Abbeylands • Isle of Man
An outstanding Georgian style country mansion house
Barrowdale House enjoys a sheltered position, being set in its own private grounds with mature trees surrounding the land extending to approximately 10 acres.
Considerable privacy with mature trees.
Superb example of local architecture.
Extending to approximately 10 acres (4.04 hectares).
Seperate self contained guest accommodation on the property.
Barrowdale House was designed by local architects, Partington, Nixon and Kinrade. Much of the internal woodwork is Brazilian mahogany, which has been installed by local Mastercraftsman Paul Bloom. All windows are of uPVC Pilkington K Glass. The property is of traditional cavity construction with durox thermal block under a pitched slate roof with exposed quions.
Isle of Man
Situated in the middle of the Irish Sea the Isle of Man is approximately 10 times bigger than Guernsey and 5 times larger than Jersey. Only a 60 minute flight from London, 45 minutes from Manchester, 55 minutes from Birmingham and a short 30 minute hop from Liverpool.
From Quarterbridge follow along to the Oak Tree at Braddan Bridge. Continue past Braddan Primary School, straight through two roundabaouts until you reach the Strang Road junction. Turn right along the A22 and continue up the hill towards Abbeylands. Continue straight where the road bares to the right and follow the road downhill to Sir George’s Bridge where Barrowdale House can be found on the right hand side.