Historic Nova Scotian property in charming & vibrant community of Bridgetown. The Morse-Magwood home was built in 1860 and is an exceptional example of Second Empire architecture. The distinctive convex mansard roof and ornate woodwork set it apart from anything else on the market. At over 4500 sq ft, with 6 large bedrooms and 2.5 baths (& plumbed for bath on 3rd floor), this would make a great B&B. Great care was taken to restore the original character of this home, while updating to a modern standard. Major upgrades to electrical, plumbing, insulation and foundation since 1985. Recent roof, paint, oil tank, hot water heater. No maintenance overlooked! Most woodwork has been lovingly restored to its original grandeur, including immaculate detail on the staircase & fireplaces. Beautifully landscaped lot – perennial beds, shade trees and shrubs. Situated on Granville Street, Bridgetown’s main street. This is a STEAL of a deal from motivated owners; great opportunity to own a piece of Nova Scotia’s history at a great price. Don’t miss out!
Beautiful Manor on 3.17 acres, overlooking Avon River and situated in historic Newport Landing. Under 50 minutes to Metro, this lovely Century Estate boasts 3 developed levels of living space. Approx. 7000 Sq Ft, 7 Bedrooms, 2.5 baths, library, Sunroom, large eat-in kitchen, formal dining room, Double Parlours (Living & Dining), original wood found throughout the home, garage, outbuilding & the list just goes on! There is plenty of potential here, whether it be for a family residence or business opportunity, the possibilities are endless! PROPERTY IS BEING SOLD ‘AS IS, WHERE IS’. NO WARRANTIES ARE INCLUDED OR IMPLIED. ALL OFFERS MUST REMAIN OPEN FOR 72 HOURS (MINIMUM 3 BUSINESS DAYS) AND MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY LENDER’S SCHEDULE ‘A’ AND LENDER APPROVED AGREEMENT OF PURCHASE AND SALE FORMS.
Ambleside is a period dwelling offering a unique opportunity for a purchaser to adapt and renovate an attractive home with flexible and spacious accommodation having large gardens and a paddock. As part of Clun Road, a desirable postcode within the market town of Craven Arms, the property is a fantastic example of a 19th century town house and represents one of the largest residences in the town.
The property occupies an elevated, enviable position and enjoys wonderful views across the town and to the Longmynd and Flounders
Folly. To the rear the property connects to the paddock and open fields/countryside which provides for more unspoilt views and a high level of privacy. Whilst private, the position of the property is a short stroll (0.2 miles) from the town centre and its available amenities
In a beautiful and quiet location is this Grade II listed 16C property. Having superb accommodation including magnificent Hall, spacious Kitchen and main Reception Room. 3 bedrooms and Bathroom on the first floor, with excellent lower level accommodation of Garden Room, Family or 4th Bedroom. Large terrace looking south over the 1 acre gardens with small stream and pools. (EPC rating E).
At the end of a no through lane and set amongst fields of green, this delightful detached property, accessed via a small walkway over a stream, is sure to charm any potential purchasers. ‘Manna Wood Farm’ is believed to date back to the 15th Century. From the exposed timbers throughout and large open fireplaces, the property boasts a wealth of original features, lovingly maintained by the current owner. Well appointed accommodation is set over three floors with living room, open plan kitchen diner, double bedroom and cloakroom on the ground floor. The first floor has a large, versatile landing with family bathroom and double bedroom whilst the second floor comprises a further double bedroom. Externally there is off road parking and carport. ‘Manna Wood Farm’ sits in the grounds of half an acre of mature gardens.
6 Angel Hill is a fabulous and significant Grade II* listed town house arranged over three floors, including the former Tourist Information Office on the ground floor. It is without doubt one of the most prominent town properties within Bury St Edmunds, beautifully positioned overlooking the historic Angel Hill and Abbey Gardens. It boasts a rich history of former occupants, including the highly publicised 18th century trial of flamboyant barrister Arundel Coke, whose envy for the house led him to being hanged for attempting to murder its then owner, Edward Crispe. This unique building, of predominantly timber framed construction with an elegant redbrick Flemish Bond facade beneath a hipped slate roof-line, retains a wealth of outstanding and high status features including a stunning 17th century Barley Twist staircase, veined and carved marble fireplaces, fine 16th and 17th century wall panelling, oak floorboards, large sash and stained glass windows and generous ceiling height throughout. This incredible property provides tremendous scope and potential for refurbishment and offers huge potential to be converted back to a large splendid town house, given its sublime town setting. It is understood that the building was the subject of repairs in 2009 / 2010 on behalf of the town trust; a list of the works carried out are available to view at Sheridans Whiting Street offices.
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…