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This property's price has dropped from £1,375,000 to Guide Price £1,000,000.
For Sale By Public Auction On The 8Th December 2016 At 1Pm At The Le Meridien Hotel, Piccadilly, London
Dating back to the early 1500s, this Grade ll, family home maintains most of its original features in addition to being thoughtfully extended adding a conservatory and lounge to complement the current living accommodation. The property itself sits on approximately 3 acres with potential to add to the accommodation with the barn and adjoining garages having planning consent held in perpetuity to be converted into ancillary accommodation. The land to the rear of the garden could be used as an equestrian facility and is sometimes used to hold sheep. To the front, an inviting driveway leads to the gated access with off road parking under the car barns to the side and a gravel driveway leading up to the property.
This historic property comprises internally of a spacious accommodation comprising on the ground floor of: four reception rooms including a lounge, dining room, family room and an additional room currently being utilized as a games room, all with feature fire places. A kitchen/breakfast room with utility room to the side. The kitchen has been thoughtfully hand crafted and offers a bespoke feel with integrated appliances and an oil fuelled Aga adding to the features of the home. Upstairs the master bedroom has its on dressing area and en-suite bathroom. The second double bedroom also has an en-suite bathroom with the third bedroom comprising of a shower room. There is also a fourth bedroom and study. Under the dining room there is a dry cellar that is currently being utilized as storage but could be adapted to a wine cellar.
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