Just thought I would quickly add this one to the blog. From our recent trip to England and Scotland, it’s a cottage listed in Chipping Campden in the Cotswolds.
This one is not a waterfront cottage, but it is 17th century stone, has a thatched roof and is beautiful to look at.
It’s £1,365,000, that’s approx $2,100,000.
It is surprisingly poor from an energy efficiency standpoint, coming in at 2nd from the bottom on the scale used in the UK; it isn’t broken down but I suspect that the thatch is equally as poor as the stone.
The circa 1600 exposed beams/rafters are rather unusual by Muskoka standards. See below…