GUIDE PRICE £850,000-£875,000
A Grade II Listed detached Georgian house, full of history with immense character, positioned in a private, tucked away position, with beautiful and established gardens.
The current owners have presented the property to an extremely high standard with a truly stunning interior and it was once the former residence of portrait artist, Bernard Hailstone, whose portraits include many of the royal family.
The attractive front door leads into the entrance lobby with door way into the dining room/fourth bedroom and breakfast room with fireplace, solid wood flooring, built-in cupboard and book shelves. The breakfast room leads onto the bespoke kitchen with quality joinery with limestone flooring and granite worksurface. There is also a two oven, two plate Rayburn which runs the central heating and hot water. The kitchen leads onto the boot room with waterside views and there is a utility room with a useful second sink. The principal reception is a stunning feature of the property with a double height ceiling, large feature window, solid wood flooring and a working fireplace with solid fuel burning stove. Steps lead up to a mezzanine study which has far reaching countryside views. The ground floor accommodation is completed with the luxurious bathroom, with roll top bath, separate shower cubicle, heated towel rail and vintage style basin.
The first floor landing leads to three good-sized bedrooms. Both front bedrooms have bay windows and views across the garden with the third bedroom enjoying stream views. The family bathroom has another freestanding bath with a shower over.
The property has private driveway parking and two separate garages. The garden is part walled with gates leading from the driveway towards the main area of lawn. The garden is well stocked and features stunning rose beds and other borders stocked with a wide array of colourful flowers, shrubs and heathers. There is a magnificent magnolia tree. There is a brick paved patio and Yorkstone pathways leading to hidden gardens which hide the sheds and greenhouses. To the rear of the property there is a raised area of decking which has views of the stream.