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AUTHENTIC VICTORIAN HOME DECLARED AS A NATIONAL MONUMENT - LADISMITH KLEIN KAROO
An authentic Victorian home dating 1892 and declared a national monument by Heritage Western Cape in 26 August 2014, graded 111A (high local significance due to its historic and aesthetic value).This property consists of a Manor house (400m2) and a separate Coach house (194m2). The latter has been converted into a 2 bedroomed cottage. The Manor House has a T shape floor plan and only the best materials were used. Oregon pine for the ceilings and floors were imported from Canada. Glass (handmade) for the windows was imported from Holland and most of the windows still have the original glass. Silk wall paper gives the house a rich character. All the windows have inside shutters made of Oregon pine with solid yellow copper hinges and locks. All doors still have their original locks and keys. The white porcelain doorknobs compliment the solid Oregon doors. The solid cast iron pillars on the veranda were imported from England and the beautiful carved wood and broekie-lace make it quite unique. The veranda faces the Swartberg Mountains and offers a beautiful view of Towerkop. The kitchen boasts a Husqvarna wood stove imported from Sweden in 1912 and is still in use during winter. The Coach House, so named as it was originally used to house the coaches. Yellow wood was used for the ceilings in the main area. The Coach House has been converted into a 2-bedroomed cottage with two bathrooms and large open plan living room and kitchen. There are ample built in cupboards and a linen room as well as outside toilet. The Coach House faces north with beautiful views of the Swartberg mountaiins. The old stables were converted into three garages (62m2). This property has guest house potential and/or a separate income for the Coach House.