Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Just think, what would it have been worth in 1926?

A FORMER lodge house, Sowberry Lodge is in an excellent position on the edge of Moulsford

A FORMER lodge house, Sowberry Lodge is in an excellent position on the edge of Moulsford village, in between Wallingford and Streatley, and would appeal to downsizers with a love of the river.

The location is pretty special, being down a private drive with its own mooring and riverside garden on one of the prettiest stretches of the Thames.

As well as the riverside garden, there is also a well-established garden surrounding the house, which is enclosed by hedging.

The house has well-proportioned reception rooms and a good-sized kitchen/breakfast room together with two ground floor and two first floor bedrooms.

Having been built around 1900, it was extended 30 years ago and once more before this time. Based on the figures above, one can guess it cost in the region of £1,700 in 1926.



Extortionate!



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