'Stainley' is a truly beautiful 'Arts & Crafts' family home set in an acre of mature and exquisitely landscaped gardens, within a short walk to the highly regarded village centre of Bamford. Designed, supervised and built by 'Parker & Unwin' Architects between 1907 and 1909 (extended in the 1930's), with an additional influence from 'Voysey', this property is a truly fine example of the deft craftsmanship of homes from this defining era, the original character and bespoke joinery abounds throughout every corner and nook and cranny of 'Stainley' and from direct provenance is described as 'the summation of all that Parker & Unwin had been working towards in the their earlier houses'. Enjoying seclusion and privacy from the southerly facing gardens and grounds, yet with the convenience of a short drive to the nearby motorway network.
Living Room 9.93 x 8.61 into the window seat
Formal Study 4.92 x 4.85
Dining Room 5.37 x 3.64
Kitchen 8.37 x 3.61
Utility Room 3.16 x 3.03
Bedroom One 5.67 x 4.89
Bedroom Two 5.87 x 3.35
Bedroom Three 4.93 x 3.5 < 4.21
Bedroom Four 4.6 x 3.62
Bedroom Five 5.01 x 3.74
Bedroom Six/Nursery 3.3 x 3.18
Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) graphs
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