A short distance from Saluzzo, overlooking the homonymous village, there is the Castle of Castellar. Built in the 14th century by the Marquis of Saluzzo as stronghold, it has been extensively renovated. The last restoration at the hand of Alfredo d’Andrade, which made it as it is now, dates back to the end of 1800’s. Through a drawbridge and a fortified gate, you may accede to the Castle entering in a first room which plays as side room to many areas of the ground floor, including a large living room, a master bedroom decorated with hunting trophies and blazons of families linked to the Marquis of Saluzzo, a wide kitchen, a second living room with a fireplace and a private chapel. A stone staircase leads to a magnificent Gallery with several areas dedicated to reception events and many other bedrooms. The property is nestled in a garden with a peculiar swimming pool obtained from a fountain. The dominant position and the nature of the property make it particularly suitable as a tourist accommodation.
If you are looking to buy a piece of history here is your chance to live in a Beautiful Historic Home in The Harris Kemper area of Saint Joseph, MO. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, just over 3,500 sq. feet, beautiful woodwork, built-ins, fireplaces, grand staircase, beautiful kitchen with quartz counters, Viking refrigerator, oak and leaded glass cabinets, large rooms throughout. Possible two more bedrooms on the third floor. Outside has a private drive with a 2 car detached garage, room for a kennel, and a walkout basement.
Looking for a classic, yet affordable Museum District house with great architecture and a solid location? This charming Tudor on Hanover is just what you have been hoping to find! Dripping with detail, there is a full front porch for enjoying the neighborhood, pretty windows and inlayed hardwood floors. Open living room with original arts and crafts fireplace, large dining room or family room and a nifty retro kitchen! Upstairs are 3 comfortable bedrooms and the rare find… two full bathrooms, one of which is ensuite with the master bedroom. Large basement with expansion possibilities. There is also a garage in the basement – it’s very unusual and while it may not end up being where you park, we envision a glassed in study or downstairs bedroom. Come take a look and see what a fantastic Museum District home this can be for you! Walk to Carytown, the VMFA or your favorite restaurant from this fantastic location! (85 walk score)
14 acres in the quiet, historic town of Acworth, set on a quiet country road, you will find this beautifully updated house, originally built in 1810. The kitchen is light and bright and opens up to the porch, overlooking the pastures/fields. A first floor bedroom would make a great office space. 3 additional bedrooms upstairs and a studio with a separate entrance. Also, a 2-car garage/barn built in 2001 has ample storage space for all your outdoor toys. There are pastures on the property, previously used for grazing livestock. This property would make the perfect mini-farm!
Charming and very well maintained 1853 home two blocks from the center of town. Wood floors, gracefully curved walls, original pantry intact, energy efficient pellet stove in the living room, antique built-in hutch in the dining room, tin ceiling and window seat in the kitchen, clawfoot tub and more… Detached garage with clean, dry, storage above. Well landscaped lot with gardens, privacy/animal containment fencing in the backyard. Walk everywhere: 2 blocks to the Post Office, 3 blocks to Chases Daily, 4 blocks to the Belfast Co-Op and 7 blocks to Belfast Harbor. Move right in; welcome home!
Majestic Victorian That Brings Old & New to Come Together in a Grand Presentation! Attention to Details Bringing Back Character of the Era. Custom Kitchen, Butlers Pantry, Granite Counters, Stunning Formal Dining Rm, Living Rm & Parlor. Entrance Leads you to the Breathtaking Oak Turned Staircase. Master En-Suite, All Bedrooms have Walk-In Closets. HW Floors Throughout. Gorgeous Outdoor Areas…
Exceptional homes like this one don’t come on the market very often. Beautiful 1930’s home with all the charm you would expect. Gorgeous high ceilings , hardwood floors, crown molding, wainscoting and many other features. The front of the house boasts a view of the river! Modern conveniences including a 2 car garage, modern kitchen and master suite on the ground floor. Full unfinished basement
First time on the market since 1979 – this exceptional custom home in Rolling Ridge situated on a private lake and 5.7 acres provides an extraordinary setting for this tremendously unique home. The architecture is somewhat reminiscent of Frank Lloyd Wright in that the home blends into the landscape yet has a mid century feel of Palm Springs. Constructed of stone in 4 unique ”pods” situated right at lake level with spectacular views of the lake from all rooms. The great room has 20′ tall glass windows with a view unlike anything else in Central Ohio. Multiple fireplaces are scattered throughout, private bedroom suites are positioned at each end of the home separated by common living areas. This home needs significant updating cosmetically but has been very well maintained.
Looking for a property with magnificent beauty, 150+ years of history — and excellent horse farm facilities? You want a water feature? How about a spring-fed stream which runs though the entire length of the property, as well as a spring-fed pond large enough to support aqua-culture? The beauty of this property cannot be described, please review the pictures attached to the Listing. The setting is in the valley by Short Hills, now the Short Hills Wildlife Management Area. 2767 Plank Rd has property immediately adjacent to the WMA. The views are peaceful, yet breath-taking: mountains in your back yard! The Greek Revival 1860’s home is thought to have been an ‘Ordinary’ (tavern) along the road to Roanoke.
A superbly maintained 3472 sq ft circa-1770 homeon a very private gorgeously landscaped 3. 65ac lot on a cul-de-sac street with a great location just south of pittstown. This outstanding home offers a blend of original 18th century features tastefully integrated with modern upgrades and meticulous attention to detail. Highlights include a large stainless steel & butcher block kitchen with custom cabinetry and a full wall of exposed stone, 9 ft ceilings & pumpkin pine flrs, three working fireplaces, period built-ins, a 16×15 dr/library w/fplc & 2 walls of bookshelves, an 18×15 lr with fplc, an expansive mbr suite with a luxurious new bath, 2 large walk-ins, spacious secondary bdrms, a new marble-floored hall bath, a huge fully-floored walk-up attic, cedar shake roof with copper peak, central air & much more.
Meticulously restored 1962 Frank Lloyd Wright style organic Usonian mid-century modern home on 2 acres in Polo, IL. $300K in recent updates including new concrete floors with radiant heat, new cypress roof, new electrical, new plumbing, new insulation, new windows, new appliances and much more! Heating costs average $100 per month in the winter. The 2500 square foot home rests on a tranquil 2 acre lot in a quiet prairie town surrounded by evergreen trees, a heirloom fruit tree orchard, 1/4 acre organic garden and a 500 square foot heated studio/office space. As The Journal Standard wrote in 1962: “It is called organic because it seems to be born of its surroundings, a perfectly correlated harmonious whole of stone, cedar, and glass; and because of its expressive flow of continuous surface wherein walls, ceilings and floors seem to filter in to one another…Now that the dwelling is there, one imagines that the occupants will take root and grow with it.”