Once upon a time, in a not so faraway land, there lived a house for sale. This wasn’t just any house, however; it was a Tudor, a home whose distinctive markings, decorative half-timber framing, a steeply pitched roof, multi-pane windows, an arched front door, were borrowed from medieval English architecture.
Our Tudor was the fairest in all the land, but alas, it sat empty, kept company only by its multiple arched windows, elegant foyer staircase, German imported pinwheel engraved wainscotting, and carved wooden interior doors. The kitchen and dining room lead through an archway into the enormous living room. Up up up the staircase to a unique bedroom and bathroom.
Will a noble reader of this post fall in love with the home and give it its happily ever after? That chapter is yet to be written!
Footprint: 19.5 x 23
fits inside a 1024 sq.m. parcel
363 Land impact @ lod2
100 land impact @ lod4
Opens November 21st!