Deconsecrated church of the fifteenth century that retains all the romance of the place, situated on the edge of the stream Tennacola, but within walking distance from the town center. The Church while having no documented historical constraints of use imposed unless the moral commitment of the current owners that want to sell to those who can ensure a cautious recovery of the paintings it contains.
Adjoining Pisgah National Forest and in sight of the Blue Ridge Parkway. Shale driveway is regraded 100 yr old road leading to wild game-lands and miles of private trails to run, hike, mountain bike and horseback ride. This mid 1800’s hand hewn cabin shell was reassembled in early 2000’s atop a gentle knoll basking in sunlight and pristine 360 degree mountain views. Deep well, rock work, and installed septic in place. For pioneers with true a Appalachian heart.
Lovingly renovated historic cape with barn. Exudes charm and character throughout with 3 fireplaces, pumpkin pine floors, 20 x 30 barn finished with an added workshop. Some post and beam adds to the charm of this beauty. Back patio overlooks lovely yard and gardens with mature trees lining the yard. First floor master bedroom with fireplace and additional rooms on the second floor make for a cozy place to call home. Lots of updates include electrical, plumbing, recent exterior painting of entire home with most of the interior painted. Kitchen and bath fixture upgrades. Newer insulation in attic, and newer appliances. Short drive to Sebago Lake and beaches, , boat ramp, and 20 minute drive to downtown Portland. See additional attachments of the list of upgrades. This is a winner!
Words can’t describe this Beautiful Completely Renovated Victorian home with Wrap around Front Porch ~Refinished Original hardwood floors~ Crown Molding through out~ Custom kitchen Cabinets~3 bedroom 2 baths~ large back yard with privacy fence~ above ground pool~ New Wiring~ New Plumbing~ Home is on the National Register of Historic Homes.
In the heart of Evansville’s Historic Preservation District is a magnificent turn-of-the-century American Queen Anne beauty featuring a wrap around front porch. Also known as the Adolph Lahr House, named after the German immigrant known for owning one of Evansville’s two modern department stores at the time. Lahr acquired the property and remodeled it in 1902 with the leading regional architects Harris and Shopbell, who transformed the house to a well-integrated and distinctive design highlighted by the classical porch with delicate iconic columns. In addition to owning a unique piece of local history, enjoy the downtown lifestyle with Haynie’s Corner Entertainment and Arts district, the Greenway path along the beautiful Ohio River, and where events at the riverfront, Ford Center, The Victory Theatre, and ONB Events Plaza, along with the many choices of dining and coffee houses are all a part of your experience. Much of the original home is evident: the vestibule Mahogany staircase, moldings, trim, in-lay wood floor, fireplaces, pocket doors, and original subway tile of the second floor bathroom. The floor plan has parlors on both sides with 14′ ceilings and each with a gas fireplace, a formal dining room with ornate wood trim in the arched doorway, an updated kitchen with Mouser cabinets, granite countertops, a 5 burner gas Thermador cooktop, wall oven, microwave, Bosch dishwasher and stainless steel refrigerator along with ceramic tile floor, and a full bath. The first floor master bedroom has a master bath with double sinks and is completed by a large walk in closet. There is a second master bedroom on the second floor complete with sitting room, full bath, and small kitchen; this area has its own entrance and could be sectioned off for an apartment and an income stream. The floor plan offers a second potential income space with a third floor that can be an apartment complete with kitchen, dining area, living room, full bath, bedroom, and its own entrance. Plenty of storage space between the closets, spare rooms, and the basement.
Step back in time with this Victorian house nestled in the Heart of Versailles Missouri!! This painted lady home has been remodeled back to it”s original glory.You will feel like you are back in time the moment you walk in the front door. Vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, tile, some carpet and antique lighting just to name a few. What a bonus THREE MASTER SUITES. There is so much to share about this wonderful home: wood craftsmanship, lots of Victorian detail, oversize windows, wrap around porch, landscaping, outdoor living, new 2 car detached garage, plus a new roof on house. This breath taking home has so much eye candy appeal you will take another look at each room. Call today!!
Step back in time in this Breathtaking 3 story home setting on a beautifully landscaped yard, featuring stone patio out the back french doors. Coy pond with additional patio to set and relax and listen to the water flowing down the stacked stones. gazebo with ceiling fan for those hot nights. Cherry cabinets in kitchen, island with dishwasher, 42 inch stove, walk in pantry. Large Dining Room with vintage chandelier. 4-Season Room with 17 windows and custom shades. Open staircase leads to a curved bench and continues to upper level with 4 bedrooms, 3 with walk in closets, 2 full bathes featuring tub and separate showers and porcelain sinks, laundry room, walk up attic with 3 sets of built in bunk beds & 3/4 bath that’s not been used in many years. 2008 – windows,driveway & foundation tuck pointed.2009 – Kitchen, 2010 – exterior paint & siding, 2016 – 1 of the upper level baths. Underground fencing. Roof – Sunroom 2017
Historic Prairie School Home with Mississippi River View, one of kind! Extremely rare find. Extensive restoration and renovations have been. 77 Stain Glass/leaded glass windows; original hardwood floors, Quarter Sawn Tiger Oak Woodwork, Wainscott and Coffered Ceilings. Beautiful Sunrooms, original fireplace and builtins. 2.5 baths with replicated Vintage Subway tile.Master Suite and much more!
Schloss Hüffe is a moated castle built between 1775-1784 and is situated in the village of Lashorst, part of the town of Preussisch Oldendorf in the Minden Lübbecke district. The estate lies south of the Mittelland canal in the Alsweder flatlands and has an area of approx. 8 hectares. It is privately owned and not accessible to the public except for the park south of Schlossstrasse.