Approached from a "No Through Road", Upland House is a
classic Grade II Listed Georgian house with well proportioned rooms, set behind a mature deciduous hedge in approximately 1.89 acres of private grounds, surrounded by unspoilt farmland.
The house has a southern aspect and is approached by a carriage driveway, with electric gates to a car parking area to the west of the house.
Upland House has been extensively refurbished, sensitively
decorated and has a warm ambience, enabling a family to
move into. Dating back to the mid 18th Century, the property has four principal reception rooms with fireplaces, and exposed timbers with oak panelling to a family room. The dining room has a large inglenook fireplace and leads into the well fitted kitchen, providing access to a study or snug and to the west facing Orangery.
To the rear is a cloakroom and sauna and shower room. The family room comprises a wing with access to a second kitchen/utility room and a staircase to an upstairs bedroom and shower room, enabling the wing to be self-contained.
The principal bedroom suite has a south and eastern aspect
with a dressing area and deep walk-in wardrobe cupboard,
with steps down to a lovely bath and shower room with an
Imperial Bathroom Company suite. There are three further
bedrooms in the front section with a family bathroom and a
Jack and Gill shower room. On the second floor are two
further rooms providing attic bedrooms/storage, and
extensive loft space.
To the rear of the property is an "L"shaped, single storey
cottage, suitable for a relative or to rent out and obtain an
income. The accommodation comprises a sitting room with
sliding French windows to the garden, two bedrooms, two
shower rooms, cloakroom and a kitchen.