Your own slice of Wark­worth his­tory

One of only 5 orig­i­nal homes built in the early 1900’s in Wark­worth town­ship con­structed of large solid con­crete blocks made by his­toric Wil­son Ce­ment.

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This home was pur­pose built as the Wark­worth Pres­by­te­rian Manse be­fore pass­ing into private own­er­ship and even­tu­ally un­der­go­ing sym­pa­thetic restora­tion in the late1990’s. Still stands straight as the day it was built. Gleam­ing kauri floors, nu­mer­ous fire­places and coun­try kitchen with coal range. Gen­er­ous liv­ing spa­ces in­clude sep­a­rate lounge, li­brary / din­ing room, 4 dou­ble bed­rooms, wrap around cov­ered ve­ran­dahs and large private rear court­yard. Out­build­ings in­clude work­shop and de­tached con­crete room that housed the orig­i­nal laun­dry. Huge roof space has po­ten­tial for de­vel­op­ment. Much loved, sunny and private on 956 m² level sec­tion she scans the town­ship and hills be­yond look­ing for a new ap­pre­cia­tive owner.

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