The Manor is truly unique in many ways. A considered refurbishment, that was not restricted by budget, ensured it retained much of its period splendour, typiﬁed by the exquisite geometric stone mullion bay windows extending throughout the ground and ﬁrst floor. These windows beautifully contrast with the shades of berry coloured bricks. The property occupies a setting extending to over 9 acres, and is privileged with sports facilities and countryside views. The enhanced Arts and Crafts aspects of the property, with injections of opulence and contemporary styling, create a proliﬁc family home being the place for peace and party all in one. The flexible ground floor living space lends itself to fantastic entertaining space with each of its versatile rooms beneﬁtting from wonderful light, beautiful outlooks and a charm of its very own. Originally constructed in the Victorian era, and with the addition in the 1920s of the Arts and Crafts facade, it provides extensive living space over three floors approaching 7000 sqft in total. Its suite of ground floor rooms provide versatility to suit any required arrangement and can also be easily enhanced by extension if required as the property is not Grade 2 listed. (Subject to the relevant Permissions) The approach to The Manor is via a tree-lined driveway and the elegance of the Arts and Crafts period is immediately apparent as the house greets you face on. Please see video for more.
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