Magnificent castle, historical complex “Gestelhof”, entirely renovated, brought up-to-date. Ideally located, between Antwerp and Brussels, secured by a double moat system, including two canal bridges and a restaured original drawbridge. The castle consists of many annexes, such as an equipped gatehouse, a smaller castle with swimming pool, a former bakery house, a manège and a farm with paddocks and annexes with a wide festivity room and guest rooms. This setting has a living area of ± 5000 sqm. Located in a park area wonderfully rearranged and surrounded by meadows and wood with an ancestral trees state, exceptional and diversified farmland, in total ± 31 Ha….
This lovely Queen Anne style home has been a popular B&B for 25 years. Enjoying a prime location on the main street of one of Nova Scotia’s prettiest historic towns, it overlooks Fort Anne National Historic Park and is within walking distance of restaurants, shops, the Historic Gardens and the waterfront boardwalk. Annapolis Royal has been designated a “Best Old House Neighborhood 2012” by This Old House magazine, which featured a photo of this property in the March issue. This area is a National Historic District and there is no better place for you to realize your dream of running your own B&B or living in a gracious Victorian home. Tastefully decorated and immaculately maintained, “At The Turret” offers a turnkey operation that has 4 guest suites in the main house and comfortable owners’ quarters in the carriage house. You’ll appreciate the extra-large kitchen, ample cupboards and counter space, large rooms with high ceilings and elegant original wood work.
The distinctive turret and widows’ walk harken back to the days when the wife of the sea captain would watch for the ships returning to port in the Annapolis Basin. Isn’t it time you set your compass for Annapolis Royal?
Turnkey business. List of furnishings included/excluded on request. New 100 amp panel 2008. Oil tank less than 2 yrs. old. New burner for furnace. New windows, roofing and other upgrades in last 10 years. Large attic space could be developed.
It is cited that it was here that King John, with the protection of a circle of walnut trees and gentle curve of the river, which would keep enemy long bows out of range, met with his rebellious barons (who had camped on the opposite bank of the river on Runnymede meadow) and signed the Magna Carta.
A magnificent original Mansion House situated on Park Circus close to the city centre and other landmarks and amenities in the vicinity.This unique property was built to the designs of Architect Charles Wilson and interior by James Boucher in the mid 19th Century for Walter MacFarlane, the founder of Saracen Foundry and extends to circa 12,000 sq ft over four floors and constructed of dressed stone under a slate roof. Internally the house retains a wealth of period detail including the striking iconic columns on the ground floor creating a spendid entrance and also a wide marble stairase leading to the main reception rooms on the first floor. One of the most striking features is the elaborate forged metalwork throughout which was commissioned by the original owner, stilll a main feature of the property today. The ceiling cornice work is of particular note and very fine for this type and age of house.
Raynalds Mansion is one of Much Wenlock’s most important historic residences, the origins of which date back to the late 15th century. Every care has been taken in its restoration to expose as many of its original features as possible. Many of the original timbers, which were hidden have now been revealed. The whole house boasts an abundance of attractive features, which include a 15th century internal jetty, impressive inglenook fireplaces, a priest hole and a superb staircase. It is understood that the three front bays were added in 1682. There is a stone extension attached to the rear of the main timber framed building, which was probably added during the second half of the 16th century and it is believed that stone was used from Wenlock Abbey after the dissolution of the monasteries in 1539.
Manor Farm is an exciting development opportunity comprising a Grade II Listed farmhouse and traditional barns on the edge of the village of West Felton near Oswestry. This development site extends in total to some 10.3 acres (4.2 hectares) and there is an additional paddock of 5.7 acres (2.3 hectares).
The Green is a stunning Grade II listed half-timbered cottage located right in the heart of the village. The property name hints at one of the many wonderful quirks of this home, as you may have guessed the front garden of this property is also the village green. This feature immediately makes you an important and integral part of the community as you can proudly play host to village events if you wish to do so. Approached from the lane a driveway leads you over the green to the property. As you walk to the entrance door you will already be appreciating the views and the setting…
Miller Stewart is delighted to present to the market this rare and bespoke family home. The Kirkhouse, circa 1850, a converted church, which has been extremely well designed to offer a large and bespoke family home.. The accommodation extends over four levels. Some if the windows retain the original stained glass. The uppermost room was the old bell tower; the spire has since been removed. On the first floor there are two excellent double bedrooms with great views, and a large family bathroom. A balcony/gallery with spiral staircase continues down to the Grand Room and to the lower levels. The ground level has been designated, into useable manageable open space , with office, music area, dining area, lounge and snug area , with the kitchen and wine cellar off the Grand Room. There is a large remote controlled dropped down cinema screen. Within the Grand Room, down a few stairs there is an additional large seating area with fantastic wood-burning stove. The spiral staircase continues down to the lower levels, two further double bedrooms, bathroom, laundry room, boiler room, two other useful internal rooms, Basement/storage area and workshop with access to the garden and grounds. Stunning desirable property which must be viewed to be fully appreciated.