Cadlington Hall is an impressive and imposing Grade II
listed Georgian home of immense charm and character.
The property, believed to have been built in 1810 by Sir
William Knighton, was granted planning permission in
2008 to convert into three substantial wings.
Cadlington Hall is the more prominent wing and benefits
from many traditional Georgian features including high
ceilings, tall sash style windows (some with shutters),
wooden and flagstone flooring and ornate fireplaces
which help create this truly fabulous family home.
The property has been tastefully converted and
modernised and offers versatile accommodation arranged
over two floors. Internally, the property offers elegant and
spacious family living of around 5,345 sq ft providing a
light and airy atmosphere. Features of note on the ground
floor include the stunning spacious reception hall together
with the wooden staircase and lantern light roof,
providing a real feeling of grandeur, three further
reception rooms, one of which being the 36'1 x 25'2
drawing room with impressive fireplace and high ceilings,
measuring approximately 11'10 in height. The
kitchen/breakfast room, utility and shower room
complete the ground floor.
The first floor consists of five double bedrooms, two with
en-suite bathrooms, a dressing area and family shower
room. The property is being offered to the open market
with no onward chain.
To find out more about this property and its location please contact our Chichester office
"A substantial property forming the principal portion of a handsome Grade II listed former Georgian mansion"