The Oaks

March 24, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

So the other day my realtor friend Sharon Lisciandro calls me up and says she has a property that she's going to be listing and the camera on her phone just wasn't going to cut it.  When she told me what the property was, I knew she was right.  Sharon was going to be listing The Oaks, a beautiful bed and breakfast in Jamestown, NY.

Designed and built in 1930 by a prominent Jamestown architect, the building was originally used as a private residence by the architect.  In the 1960s the home was sold and converted into a residence for the elderly and was used in that capacity for a number of years.  In 2008 the property changed hands again and became The Oaks Bed and Breakfast Hotel.

It was a fun and challenging project and I'm quite please with the way the photos turned out.

If you're interested in buying your very own castle you can find the listing here.

Sharon is allowed only a certain number of photos on the actual listing page so I've included even more photos below. (If while looking you listen very closely you might be able to hear bagpipes in the distance or some other thing that would make you think of the clanking of a knights armor....or the footsteps of a medieval army marching.... or the screams of someone being thrown out a window into the moat.  Yeah, stuff like that.)



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