£600,000 Offers Over
Newtonlees House is a handsome four-square Georgian farmhouse. It was built in 1809 and has later additions – including the stuccoing of the exterior and a fine stone Victorian bay. The accommodation offers atmospheric old-fashioned elegant rooms of classic and extremely generous proportions reflecting a gracious lifestyle of the past. Many fine period features have been retained including mantelpieces, open fires, panelled doors and windows with working shutters. Much of the wood has been stripped down and the floor boards are in good condition for sanding. The present owners have wanted to retain the interior as it was in earlier times (it still has larders with ceiling hooks for hanging meat and game). As a consequence of this policy there is scope both for internal modernisation including, for example, additional bathrooms and a second staircase, as well as possible outside extensions.
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