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A magnificent Grade II Listed country house, principally Jacobean with Victorian extensions, in a delightful village setting. The property sits in an elevated position amidst beautiful gardens and grounds, including ornamental lakes, a stream, woodland and paddocks.
Entrance hall, dining room and drawing room, Griffin hall and library, kitchen/breakfast room and conservatory, study and studio and butler’s pantry, rear hall and boot room, master suite with bathroom and dressing rooms, 5 further bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and staff flat with 2 bedrooms, sitting room, kitchen/dining room and bathroom, stables garages and workshops cellar and extensive period outbuildings with dovecote and summerhouse and tennis court.
SPORTING AND LEISURE Hunting is with the Pytchley; local golf courses are at Church Brampton and Great Harrowden; sailing and fishing at the Pitsford Reservoir; horseracing at Huntingdon and Towcester; and motor racing at Silverstone.
ENTRANCE PORCH Decorative tiled floor, wooden seats to each side, heavy oak panelled door opening to
RECEPTION HALL (NW) Oak floor, open fireplace with stone surround, brick back and brick herringbone hearth, stone mullion windows with window seats and shutters, 18th Century staircase rises to first floor, painted panelled walls, built-in cupboard, understairs shelved cupboard, cornicing, three radiators.
DINING ROOM (NW)17'3" x 16'3" (5.26m x 4.95m). Open fireplace with stone mantelpiece, brick back and herringbone hearth, stone mullioned window to front with shutters, painted panelled walls, cornicing, hessian carpet, radiator.
STUDY (NW)14'6" x 13'10" (4.42m x 4.22m). Open fireplace with wooden mantelpiece and stone surround, brick back and stone hearth, glass fire shield, painted panelled walls, stone mullioned window with shutters, built-in shelved cupboard with glazed door, dado rail, hessian carpet, radiator, telephone point.
GRIFFIN HALL A magnificent staircase with carved armorial bearings in the form of griffins on each newel post. This Hall is the start of the Victorian wing added by the Stockdale family. The walls are hung with rich striped wallpaper with faux painted ashlar to the dado level and treads and faux painted ashlar to the clerestory above, wonderful doorways with deep casements and pediments over entablatures with conical finials, computer-operated lighting system.
LIBRARY (NW & SW)24'1" x 23'9" (7.34m x 7.24m). With views to the front of the house and over the gardens towards the lakes. Oak floor, bay window with shutters and window seat, sash windows, open fireplace with an ornate veined Sienna marble mantelpiece, neo-Jacobean ornate moulded plasterwork with decorated pendants to the ceiling, cork wallpaper, built-in wooden bookshelves, cornicing, 5 amp lighting, five radiators, television aerial point, telephone point.
DRAWING ROOM (SW & SE)30'7" x 17'7" (9.32m x 5.36m). Double aspect, painted wood floor, open fireplace with finely carved white veined marble mantelpiece and hearth with fluted Corinthian pillars and a carved frieze of swags and masks, black cast iron decorative panels and grate, fitted over mantel mirror with finely carved fluted pilasters to either side, the elegant panelled doors to either side of the fireplace are within similar matching fluted pilaster door casements with moulded arched pediments above, deep cornicing, two sets of French doors to garden terrace, four radiators, three covered, one with window seat above.
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