This is Bristol
Tuesday, April 24 2012, 6:30PM
“i will buy it tomorrow,who can lend me the cash”
Friday, April 20 2012, 1:59PM
“by greatdallas"cant I just squat ??? lol"I'm sure for £5 million you would get at least 1 decent toilet..”
Friday, April 20 2012, 1:36PM
“cant I just squat ??? lol”
Friday, April 20 2012, 10:39AM
“Burwalls House is a striking and unique red brick mansion sits on the edge of the Avon Gorge, with a splendid view of the Clifton Suspension Bridge.Built in 1872 by the eccentric founder of the Bristol Times, Joseph Leech, it was then sold to the Wills family (of Imperial Tobacco fame), and in 1942 was bought by Bristol University, which has been using it as a conference and training centre.Now for sale at between £4.5m and £5m, it features an oak panelled dining room, a garden room with its huge windows framing the view, and a music room.In the latter room is an arch over a whopping carved wood fireplace, a detailed frieze and an stucco ceiling, while two raised areas, one in front of a window, are perfect for a recital. Show-offs could have a ball in here – literally.In the Leigh Woods Conservation Area, Burwalls House is a is Grade II listed "Jacobethan" building complete with almost five acres, former stables and a lodge house.Interested buyers can contact Jones Lang LaSalle on 0117 928 1640 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.By Kate Edser”
Take a trip back in time with our historic pictures of Bristol from www.francisfrith.com
view all pictures
Taken some interesting pictures of your area or a local event? Create a gallery and show your community.
Copyright © 2013 Local World. All Rights Reserved.