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The Manor, Burrill - Offers in excess of £800,000

The Manor, Burrill

Offers in excess of £800,000
Currently available
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Features

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  • Six Double Bedroomed Country House
  • Secluded Position In A Quiet Village Location
  • Range of Outbuildings
  • Stabling & Garaging
  • Landscaped Gardens
  • Small Paddocks & Ha-Ha
  • Viewing Strictly By Appointment Only

The Manor briefly comprises an impressive period country house which stands superbly and extends to 4,305ft² of accommodation. The property is of historic significance having been occupied by the same family for over 80 years.

Although the property has been partly modernised with a recently fitted kitchen, it would benefit from some further updating and modernisation and therefore offers immediate scope for the discerning Purchaser to place their “own stamp” on it.

The house is accessed through a grand reception/dining hall which has a small feature fireplace and leads to both the drawing room and inner hall with feature turned staircase and cloakroom/wc.

To the eastern wing of the house, there is a substantial drawing room which is light and airy and faces onto the private gardens. It has a feature fireplace and offers an impressive space for family entertaining.

To the western wing of the house, there is a further large sitting room which has been used partly as a music room. This leads into a very substantial dining room which links to the adjoining kitchen. This room also has a feature fireplace together with fitted stove.

The kitchen has been recently refitted with walnut units and a bespoke granite work surface. There is a range of fitted ovens which will particularly appeal to those who like entertaining and cooking.

The kitchen also leads onto an equally well equipped utility room together with lobby to the side.

On the first floor a large landing area leads to all bedrooms. There are six large double bedrooms, one of which is en-suite. There is also a large family bathroom and separate W.C.

Usefully, there is also a second staircase which could potentially provide access for a separate guest suite.

The accommodation flows extremely well and the extensive accommodation is ideal for a growing family and also ideal for entertaining and housing a number of guests.

The Manor is a grand and impressive period property, beautifully positioned in such a tranquil village setting – it is a real hidden gem.

OUTSIDE
The gardens and grounds are very private and secluded and in all extend to 1.38 acres approx. There is also a “ha-ha” with a former tennis court which could be easily brought back into use.

To the east and west of the house, there are a range of stone outbuildings together with three stone stables and an open fronted garage.

The gardens are a particularly attractive feature of the property with a range of mature specimen trees which provide a great degree of privacy and amenity to this historic residence.

There is also a small garth between the Manor and the Village road to the north, and there is a further area of grassland which lies to the south which will be included in the sale, both of which are ideal for a small horse or pony. The Vendors will ensure that this area is fenced following completion of the sale.

Contact Tim Gower for more details or alternatively fill out the contact form and we will get back to you soon!

Tim Gower

01969 622800

Features & Documents
  • Six Double Bedroomed Country House
  • Secluded Position In A Quiet Village Location
  • Range of Outbuildings
  • Stabling & Garaging
  • Landscaped Gardens
  • Small Paddocks & Ha-Ha
  • Viewing Strictly By Appointment Only
Description

The Manor briefly comprises an impressive period country house which stands superbly and extends to 4,305ft² of accommodation. The property is of historic significance having been occupied by the same family for over 80 years.

Although the property has been partly modernised with a recently fitted kitchen, it would benefit from some further updating and modernisation and therefore offers immediate scope for the discerning Purchaser to place their “own stamp” on it.

The house is accessed through a grand reception/dining hall which has a small feature fireplace and leads to both the drawing room and inner hall with feature turned staircase and cloakroom/wc.

To the eastern wing of the house, there is a substantial drawing room which is light and airy and faces onto the private gardens. It has a feature fireplace and offers an impressive space for family entertaining.

To the western wing of the house, there is a further large sitting room which has been used partly as a music room. This leads into a very substantial dining room which links to the adjoining kitchen. This room also has a feature fireplace together with fitted stove.

The kitchen has been recently refitted with walnut units and a bespoke granite work surface. There is a range of fitted ovens which will particularly appeal to those who like entertaining and cooking.

The kitchen also leads onto an equally well equipped utility room together with lobby to the side.

On the first floor a large landing area leads to all bedrooms. There are six large double bedrooms, one of which is en-suite. There is also a large family bathroom and separate W.C.

Usefully, there is also a second staircase which could potentially provide access for a separate guest suite.

The accommodation flows extremely well and the extensive accommodation is ideal for a growing family and also ideal for entertaining and housing a number of guests.

The Manor is a grand and impressive period property, beautifully positioned in such a tranquil village setting – it is a real hidden gem.

OUTSIDE
The gardens and grounds are very private and secluded and in all extend to 1.38 acres approx. There is also a “ha-ha” with a former tennis court which could be easily brought back into use.

To the east and west of the house, there are a range of stone outbuildings together with three stone stables and an open fronted garage.

The gardens are a particularly attractive feature of the property with a range of mature specimen trees which provide a great degree of privacy and amenity to this historic residence.

There is also a small garth between the Manor and the Village road to the north, and there is a further area of grassland which lies to the south which will be included in the sale, both of which are ideal for a small horse or pony. The Vendors will ensure that this area is fenced following completion of the sale.

Get in touch

Tim Gower

Contact Tim Gower for more details or alternatively fill out the contact form and we will get back to you soon!

01969 622800