The property is surrounded by a 30ft battlement wall (Image: City Base)
Do you dream of being a royal in your very personal fort?
Seems you don’t must be born of noble blood or have hundreds of thousands within the financial institution to attain these old-school fort dwellings.
As an alternative, you’ll want £950,000. A cut price, we reckon.
That amount of cash might get you this 18th century stone-built property, which appears to be like like a standard fort from the skin.
The 5 bed room coach home sits in grounds in Fort Eden, and is surrounded by a 30ft excessive Grade II listed battlement wall with pink mortar.
Plus, there’s a central courtyard with York stone flags and field hedging.
Sadly there’s no moat or drawbridge, however you could possibly at all times construct that your self.
Enter via iron gates and behold the courtyard (Image: City Base)
There’s a stunning backyard on the again, too (Image: City Base)
Don’t fear, the within isn’t all naked stone and outdated options.
As an alternative, you enter right into a hallway with marble flooring, stunning uncovered tinder beams, and a wonderful chimney with an uncovered stone hearth. There’s a predominant arch window that gives views of that courtyard we talked about, in addition to woodland space, and a brick archway to the rear.
Then you definitely’ll discover two slightly grand dwelling areas – the formal lounge and the drawing room, full with one other uncovered brick fire and underfloor heating.
There are two predominant dwelling areas, all with underfloor heating (Image: City Base)
The kitchen is fairly particular, letting in a great deal of pure mild to shine on the Mom of Pearl granite work surfaces.
This area has a four-oven aga, uncovered timbers within the ceiling, and area for a large desk for all of your feasts.
The kitchen (Image: City Base)
The house has 5 bedrooms, together with the main bedroom suite with views of the encompassing forest and battlement wall, and there’s additionally a self-contained cottage, referred to as The Hold, that’s nice for company.
The master bedroom (Image: City Base)
The gardens are pretty too, comprising of the entrance courtyard and terrace and formal gardens with confire bushes, beech bushes, and palm bushes.
The property is being marketed by UrbanBase, who describe this as a ‘uncommon alternative to amass a shocking 18th century stone-built property’.
Should you fancy reserving in a digital viewing, you can do so through Rightmove.
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