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Ipswich Country House
Ipswich, Massachusetts US
Location ID: #065-10099878
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French style country house.
Ipswich
Ipswich, Massachusetts US
Location ID: #065-10051164
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Ipswich is a traditional New England town with a highly developed "town center" surrounded by rural landscape and residential neighborhoods.
Queens Park
Ipswich, Queensland AU
Location ID: #077-10087165
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Ipswich House 2
Ipswich, Massachusetts US
Location ID: #065-10143752
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Historic Nation Scott House on Thomas Treadwell Farm, dated approximately 1835. Farm owned and operated by Treadwell family for latter part of the 17th century. The farm "was above the ordinary" and remained unchanged through many Treadwell generations for nearly 200 years. The stewardship of the property was passed through several owners to the current owners who have painstakingly restored and maintained the residence that boosts original fireplaces, ovens, exposed beams, wide pine floors ...
Limestone Pyramid
Ipswich, Queensland AU
Location ID: #077-10086796
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Ipswich City - Historical Architecture
Ipswich, Queensland AU
Location ID: #077-10133825
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Ipswich City is the most western point of greater Brisbane, with a population of just under 200,000. During settlement years, Ipswich was to become the state capital, however the site of Brisbane to the east allowed larger ships into dock in the river. Due to its historical significance, Ipswich has a large collection of period heritage listed buildings-ranging from cathedrals; businesses; industrial sites; schools and colleges, to government buildings; pubs; hotels and residences. The city, ...
Ipswich City
Ipswich, Queensland AU
Location ID: #077-10068233
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Ipswich City is the most western point of greater Brisbane, with a population of just under 200,000. During settlement years, Ipswich was to become the state capital, however the site of Brisbane to the east allowed larger ships into dock in the river. Due to its historical significance, Ipswich has a large collection of period heritage listed buildings-ranging from cathedrals; businesses; industrial sites; schools and colleges, to government buildings; pubs; hotels and residences. The city, ...
Ipswich House
Ipswich, Massachusetts US
Location ID: #065-10133466
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This Federal period masterpiece was disassembled at its original c.1807 location, and re-assembled and expanded in 1997. Period features include high ceilings, some original floors, early moldings and trim work and 5 beautiful fireplace mantels. Masterfully crafted and restored, there are museum-quality hand painted surfaces; some newer; some, remarkably, are in their original 19th Century condition. The four-acre property features a formal walled garden with a elevated blue stone patio, there ...
River Run
Ipswich, Massachusetts US
Location ID: #065-10132317
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Style: Cape Year built: 1987 Type of home: single-family TSF: 5500 square feet Land acreage: 14 acres Beautiful farm land property, called River Run, offers a private home (#9) and free-standing Carriage House (#11) situated in the idyllic countryside of Ipswich, Hamilton and Wenham (30 miles north of Boston). Tucked back on the bend of the Miles River, River Run offers an open kitchen, cathedral ceiling living room and a formal dining room. The first-floor master suite has stunning ...
Queenspark Greenhouse
Ipswich, Queensland AU
Location ID: #077-10087163
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Nerima Japanese Gardens
Ipswich, Queensland AU
Location ID: #077-10086795
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East Street Laneways
Ipswich, Queensland AU
Location ID: #077-10086794
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Denmark Hill Water Tower
Ipswich, Queensland AU
Location ID: #077-10086727
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Two water towers no longer in use, one has a staircase to the top with a 360 degree panorama views of the surrounding area.
Crane Estate at Castle Hill, Ipswich
Ipswich, Massachusetts US
Location ID: #065-10046041
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Chicago industrialist Richard T. Crane, Jr. first purchased the 2,100 acres that would become The Crane Estate in 1910. Nearly 100 years later, the Crane Estate plays a vital role in the local community and beyond as a place for year-round recreation, historic house tours, weddings, corporate and private parties, an annual art show, summer concerts, lectures, movie filming, a popular summer camp and public volunteer opportunities.
Ipswich Home
Ipswich, Massachusetts US
Location ID: #065-10108310
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1910 built summer home. This large 7 bedroom home sits on 17 acres overlooking the Great Salt Marsh. The large front porch and three season sun room offer breathtaking views of the Salt Marsh and the Castle Neck River. The houses location is very private and located one mile from Cranes Beach.
Appleton Farms
Ipswich, Massachusetts US
Location ID: #065-10046022
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The Inn at Castle Hill, Ipswich
Ipswich, Massachusetts US
Location ID: #065-10046122
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All the rooms at the Inn are uniquely appointed and many feature stunning views over the salt marshes, sand dunes, and Atlantic Ocean. Though no two rooms are alike, all promise a great night's sleep and the excitement of waking up in the magical world that is Castle Hill.
The Ipswich River
Ipswich, Massachusetts US
Location ID: #065-10106225
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Ipswich River is a small river in northeastern Massachusetts, United States, mighty in importance in early colonial migrations inland from the ocean port of Ipswich which could provide safe harborage in offshore Plum Island Sound to early Massachusetts subsistence farmers who doubled often as fishermen. A part of the river forms town boundaries and divides Essex County, Massachusetts on the coast from the more inland Middlesex County.[1] It is 35 miles (56 km) long,[2] and its watershed is ...
Russell Orchards, Ipswich
Ipswich, Massachusetts US
Location ID: #065-10046102
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The farm is comprised of 120 acres of fields, gardens, orchards, and barns. The farm is in a continual state of improvement and growth. Scores of new trees are grafted and transplanted every year, as we strive to reach the enormous potential for productivity that the land offers. Although owned by the Russell Family, the Essex County Greenbelt Association was asked to put an agricultural restriction on the land, and consequently it will never be developed.
Whipple House, Ipswich
Ipswich, Massachusetts US
Location ID: #065-10046130
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The 1677 Whipple House is one of the finest examples of “first period” American architecture (1625-1725). The oldest part of the house dates to 1677 when the military officer and entrepreneur Captain John Whipple constructed an impressive townhouse near the center of Ipswich to showcase his wealth. Today, the house’s frame of oak, chestnut, and tamarack is largely intact. Wall sheathing and clamshell ceiling plaster retain their first period charm. Seventeenth and 18th century furnishings ...
Swanbank Coal Road
Ipswich, Queensland AU
Location ID: #077-10072453
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Old mine site slowly being redeveloped into an industrial estate. Multiple large lot owners including Swanbank Enterprise Park. Open Cut mining remnants, bushland, dirt road and ponds. Includes views of local power station and multiple power towers and stacks.
Ipswich Contemporary Cape House
Ipswich, Massachusetts US
Location ID: #065-10100229
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Ipswich Farm
Ipswich, Massachusetts US
Location ID: #065-10092391
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The newly restored barn sits on 7 acres of field and pasture surrounded by 150 acre apple orchard. The barn is typical of early American post and beam construction. Arron Sturgis, president of Maine Preservation studied the barn and wrote “it is clear that you have a very good example of an early 19th century “Yankee Ground Barn”. Your barn is steeped in tradition with early English joinery including flared posts joined in the scribe rule method of timber framing. It hosts hand hewn ...
Health Plaza Parkade
Ipswich, Queensland AU
Location ID: #077-10086793
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Tennis Courts
Ipswich, Queensland AU
Location ID: #077-10087166
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Mining Heritage Park
Ipswich, Queensland AU
Location ID: #077-10072455
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Park with original mining equipment. Located 76.2km (47 miles / 55 mins) from Village Roadshow Studios. The nearest airport is Brisbane Airport (BNE). The closest POH, Brisbane City, is 39.3km (24 miles / 40 mins) away.
Paine House at Greenwood Farm, Ipswich
Ipswich, Massachusetts US
Location ID: #065-10046094
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The Paine House (1694), a yellow clapboard saltbox, is a remarkable example of First Period (1620–1725) architecture. Three generations of the Paine family made their home here, including Robert Paine, foreman of the Salem witch trial jury in 1692. From 1916, Greenwood Farm was a summer retreat for the Robert G. Dodge family, who used the Paine House as a guesthouse. Furnished with a fine collection of American furniture and decorative arts, it radiates with Colonial Revival ambiance. Recent ...
Returned Services League Memorial Hall
Ipswich, Queensland AU
Location ID: #077-10068241
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Historic building and surrounding park. Used for military remembrance events. Fully restored with some original features.
Barn on Hog Island, Ipswich
Ipswich, Massachusetts US
Location ID: #065-10047044
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Grape Island, Ipswich
Ipswich, Massachusetts US
Location ID: #065-10051201
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Grape Island, sometimes known as Grape Island, Ipswich, is a part of Plum Island, near Ipswich, Massachusetts, in the United States. For nearly two centuries, Grape Island was a small, but thriving community of fishermen, farmers, and clam diggers, until the land was purchased by the US Government and turned into a wildlife refuge in the middle of the 20th Century.