Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Friars Terrace, York


Just off the heart of the city and reflected on the flood-waters of the River Ouse, these lovely South Esplanade period dwellings catch the late afternoon sun. This is Friars Terrace in York, three minutes on foot from Clifford's Tower, Ouse and Skeldergate Bridges, and the Castle Museum. Half a million or so, depending on the property, in case you were wondering. An inside view is available here, at least at the time of writing.

7 comments:

  1. I will draw it from your photo, OK?

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  2. If I had half a million, I'd consider it. Such a graceful building. Views must be fab.

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  3. Great shot. Love the reflection!

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  4. It's great, so classic. How nice to have snow as you wrote in your comment! Well, it would be for us, seems fitting for the holiday season.

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  5. Elegant houses - not sure I'd like to be so close to that water though.

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  6. Looks very pretty.but too much money to pay for me.
    I enjoyed the link from inside too.

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