£1,300,000 Ref: KP5644
Believed to originally date from the 14th century with 17th and 19th century extensions. Benefitting from oil fired central heating, with the following accommodation, please refer to floorplan for approx. room sizes:
Entrance Porch brick and part open timber porch with close tile roof and quarry tile flooring
Reception Hall door to front, feature hand painted bird picture on stained glass windows to front, carved stone fireplace on a brick hearth, decorative arched recess, timber flooring, two radiators, moulded cornice, picture rail, stairs to first floor, trap door to cellar
Sitting Room feature stained glass window to front, feature 1930’s tiled fireplace, two radiators, picture rail, moulded cornice, internal window and glazed door to:
Conservatory of brick and UPVC construction under a pitched roof, tiled flooring, full height glazed windows, overlooking the old tennis court, gardens, manege and paddocks, door to:
Drawing Room feature 1890’s Egyptian style tile fireplace, radiator, glazed door and side stained glass window, timber floor, radiator
Rear Hallway doors to side garden, window to rear, black Victorian tiled flooring, radiator, storage cupboard, dado rail, access to:
Butler’s Pantry window to rear, original display, storage cupboards and drawers, red and black Victorian tiled floor, stone covered well, meat hooks
Cloakroom window to rear, fitted with low level WC, French antique metal wash stand, red and black Victorian style floor, radiator
Dining Room feature stained glass windows to the front and side, 1950’s brick fireplace, oak beams and flooring, serving hatch, two radiators
Kitchen / Breakfast Room window overlooking kitchen garden, matching range of oak wall and base storage units, granite worktops incorporating butler sink tiled surround, range style cooker, flagstone flooring, oak beams, radiator, woodburner with brick surround
Pantry window to rear, shelving, marble floor, meat hooks, oak beams
Utility Room window to front, composite marble floor, original carved oak beams to the ceiling, brick fireplace, plumbing for washing machine, doors to front and rear, door to back / servants stairs
Study formerly the dairy with Victorian composite marble floor, windows to front and side, radiator, original carved oak beams believed to have been misappropriated by Bishop Alcock during the construction of Hampton Court.
Landing windows to rear, two radiators, decorative archway, moulded cornice, access to:
Bedroom One windows to the front and side with stained glass inserts, pedestal wash hand basin, two radiators, moulded cornice
Bedroom Two windows to the side and rear with stained glass inserts, pedestal wash hand basin, radiator
Cloakroom window to rear, WC, radiator
Bathroom with white suite comprising bath, shower enclosure with feature porthole window to rear, wash hand basin, vanity unit, radiator
Bedroom Three window to front with stained glass insert, walk-in wardrobe, further wardrobe feature fireplace, picture rail, two radiators
Bedroom Four window to front with stained glass insert, two built-in wardrobes, feature fireplace, fitted cupboard
Bathroom window to rear, bath, shower cubicle, bidet, pedestal wash hand basin, tiled surrounds, airing cupboard, radiator, store cupboard
Bedroom Five believed to have formerly been the butlers bedroom, window to front with stained glass insert, Victorian cast iron fireplace, radiator, built-in wardrobe
Bedroom Six (believed to have been servants bedroom) window to front with stained glass insert, radiator
Bedroom Seven / Laundry Room window to side, radiator
Fitted with bespoke double glazed windows and doors throughout currently used as a holiday let comprising the following accommodation with approx. room sizes:
Kitchen / Breakfast Room 17’9 x 17’5 (about 5.4m x 5.3m) (max) door to front, window to rear, matching wall and base units and worksurfaces incorporating sink unit, space for cooker, extractor hood, radiator, door to garden
Sitting Room 17’1 x 9’10 (about 5.2m x 3m) could be utilised as a second bedroom if required, window to front, built-in cupboards, radiator
Bedroom 10’2 x 8’6 (about 3.1m x 2.5m) window to front, radiator
Bathroom window to rear, bath, shower cubicle, wash hand basin, low level WC, tiled surround, radiator
Utility Room / Rear Lobby 17’ x 7’10 (about 5.1m x 2.3m) front and rear entrance doors, window to rear, Butler sink, plumbing for two washing machines, stairs to:
Games Room 36’9 x 17’ (about 11.2m x 5.1m) currently used as a games / hobby room with potential for other uses, windows to front and rear, three radiators, exposed timbers
OUTSIDE, OUTBUILDINGS AND LAND
The property is approached from the road along a tree lined driveway which leads to a parking area for lorries and stables on the left hand side. There is also a large parking and turning arena to the front of the residence and the granary.
Extensive gardens surround the property with a walled vegetable garden to the rear with lawns, hedges, flower and shrub borders to the front and side.
There are the following outbuildings with approx. sizes:
The Courtyard Stables comprising Twelve Stables ranging in size from 12’3 x 11’10 and 19’7 x 12’8 (about 3.7m x 3.6m and 6m x 3.8m)
Church Paddock Stables comprising Five Stables ranging in size from 11’5 x 8’9 and 16’8 x 9’10 (about 3.4m x 2.7mm and 5m x 3m)
Hay Store 24’ x 13’6 (about 7.3m x 4.1m)
Feed Room 13’9 x 12’1 (about 4.2m x 3.6m)
Shoeing Bay 17’4 x 14’4 (about 5.2m x 4.4m)
Wood Store 11’6 x 8’1 (about 3.5m x 2.4m)
Store Room 11’8 x 8’2 (about 3.5m x 2.4m)
Further Wood Store 23’ x 14’11 (about 7m x 4.5m)
Tractor Shed 16’1 x 12’4 (about 4.9m x 3.7m)
There is Brick Range Located at the front of the residence incorporating Three Garages with space for five cars, mechanics pit in central garage
Manege c. 60m x 32m enclosed by post and rail fencing with Equisand surface
The Land adjoins the property mainly to the rear, divided into seven paddocks enclosed by post and rail fencing with water supply.
IN ALL APPROX. 15 ACRES
(About 6 Hectares)
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