Historic Ely House in Wisbech opened to public prior to sale

PUBLISHED: 10:14 13 October 2017 | UPDATED: 10:15 13 October 2017

Ely House in Wisbech Cambridgeshire is often proclaimed locally to be THE oldest, if not one of the oldest, last-surviving original historic buildings of the area.

Ely House in Wisbech Cambridgeshire is often proclaimed locally to be THE oldest, if not one of the oldest, last-surviving original historic buildings of the area.

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A Wisbech estate agent is offering people the chance to explore an iconic Grade II listed property before its put on sale.

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Ely House in Wisbech, which is believed to be one of the oldest, last-surviving historic buildings in the area, dates back to the 17th Century.

Ely House in Wisbech Cambridgeshire is often proclaimed locally to be THE oldest, if not one of the oldest, last-surviving original historic buildings of the area.Ely House in Wisbech Cambridgeshire is often proclaimed locally to be THE oldest, if not one of the oldest, last-surviving original historic buildings of the area.

Alex Doggett, resident and owner of Aboda Homes Estate Agent Wisbech, said: “Like many other people passing the home on a regular basis, I often wondered what it was like inside.

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“Over 14,000 people saw my post on Facebook in just two days. Many people commented that they would love to see inside.

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“I felt the right thing to do was offer the same opportunity and privilege as I had been given to see this wonderful historical home with so much retained original period character.”

The public preview takes place on Sunday October 22 from 1-3pm.

Contact Alex at Aboda on 03333 440773, email alex.doggett@abodahomes.com or visit www.abodahomes.com for more information.


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