Redenhall House is a classic Edwardian house with a carriage driveway, nestled in the middle of its own private garden and adjoining elevated parkland, extending in total to approximately 5.23 acres. The parkland includes a well stocked fenced Carp and Trout lake for the fishing enthusiast.
The house is approached by a gravelled carriage driveway with electronic wrought iron security gates leading up to the house. Built in 1911 of mellow red brick cavity walls, over two floors under a tiled roof, Redenhall House was refurbished in the 1960s, updated in 2003 and subsequently extended and further modernisation in 2007. These improvements included the installation of a new bespoke kitchen, vaulted breakfast/dining room a new bathroom, new Cherry UPVC double glazed windows, and a new boiler. Special features include a Roger Pearson, "Birth of Angels" marble fireplace, hand polished cast iron Victorian style radiators.
The square bay windows are typical of the Edwardian period. The house presents immaculately with the bright principal reception rooms enjoying a southern aspect over the private rear garden. French windows lead from a reception/dining room onto the south facing terrace. The garden can be glimpsed through the reception rooms radiating from the entrance hall. The panelled study leads into an airy 16.4 metre (54) swimming pool complex, with sliding doors to the south facing garden. A detached block provides a Utility/Laundry room, separate WC., and studio/garage.
To the north side of the garden is a large single storey Studio/Office or for use as separate additional self-contained accommodation, with a bright southern aspect and full length sliding windows open to a terrace and the garden. Adjacent to the studio is a detached double garage.