It is difficult to know where to start with this magnificent period property that offers such diverse accommodation with the addition to two self contained flats. Having previously been run as a bed and breakfast, there is so much scope available to a prospective purchaser. With origins dating back to around 1710 and extensions carried out within the Georgian period, the property has a wealth of character and offers some beautiful features.
As you walk into the entrance hall you get a feel for the grandeur, and you will notice the exquisite leaded glass panel of one of the internal doors. The grand staircase is what you would expect from such a period property.
The sitting room with its attractive marble fire place also has a door leading out to the garden. There is a large dining room, family dining kitchen with Aga, large utility room, conservatory, office and play room, all on the ground floor. The play room has steps to a spacious and dry cellar.
From the extensive landing there are four double bedrooms, all with en suites. The landing provides ample space for a seating area, and with the light flooding in through the large window, is ideal for quiet relaxation. To the second floor is a further double bedroom and loft office.
There are two self-contained flats with their entrances to the back of the property. Each flat has a living room, bedroom, kitchen and bath/shower room. These are currently tenanted, but would also be ideal for the larger family or as holiday lets.
You would expect to have a lovely garden with such an amazing house, and as you step outside you are not disappointed. With a large patio seating area, formal gardens and rolling lawns that lead to an orchard and vegetable garden.
A former stable block provides a useful garage and store. To the front is a block paved parking area suitable for several vehicles.
No amount of photographs or description can do justice to this magnificent home, and only by viewing can you appreciate the beauty.