In England sell the mansion of the XVIII century with a maze of trees
In the English County of Kent, sold the manor with a huge maze made from trees.
For a house built in the XVIII century and is a monument to the architects the second category, and 39 acres of land the owners plan to bail out 2.6 million pounds, or about $ 3.2 million.
Originally the estate was a fruit farm. Trees grow here and now, but all the care in the care of the current owners shifted onto the shoulders of the farmer, a leading farm in the neighborhood.
Located at the site of the maze is made of cypress of Leyland and has a height of about 2.4 meters. It was created by the former owners of the estate over 25 years ago. Now the estate belongs to the 65-letnemu John Scofild. According to the man, his two children have grown up here, spent all their time in the maze.
The total area of the main house of the estate is 500 square meters, it has six bedrooms, two bathrooms, living room, dining room with fireplace. The plot also has a garage with living quarters on the second floor of what is now the office of the owners.
The owners are selling the estate, as I want to move to housing in a smaller area after the departure of children, notes the edition.
According to the Rightmove, the average cost of housing in Kent is 279 thousand pounds (347 thousand dollars). A home in the region on average sold for 338 thousand pounds (421 thousand dollars), the apartments — at the price of 222 thousand pounds (276 thousand dollars).
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