7 bedroom equestrian facility for sale

Lawnswood, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY7

Guide Price £1,950,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Large Reception Hall, Morning Room, Drawing Room, Dining Room,
  • Kitchen and Breakfast Room, Boot Room, Pantry, Utility, Two Cloakrooms.
  • Seven principal Bedrooms, Dressing Room and Three Bathrooms.
  • Second floor with a further Four rooms.
  • Two Bedroom Lodge, Three Bedroom Cottage, Estate Offices, Garaging for several cars.
  • Extensive Stables with seven loose boxes, Coach House, Tack Room.
  • Beautiful Gardens and Grounds, Swimming Pool, Parkland.
  • Extending to approximately 35 acres.
  • EPC Rating = F

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

An early 19th Century Georgian residence of considerable architectural merit in the Regency style, set in beautiful gardens and grounds with a swimming pool, secondary accommodation, extensive stabling sitting in approximately 35 acres.

Location

The Estate is in a unique position within an island of unspoilt countryside, whilst just outside the edge of the conurbation of Kingswinford and Stourbridge.Ridgehill Wood owned by the Marsh family, to the north of the house, gives excellent protection. The house stands proudly in a elevated position with a most pleasing outlook over its Parkland with other land and far reaching views to the west.

Lawnswood House is situated in a highly accessible location with easy access to Birmingham and Wolverhampton and the main motorway networks. There are a number of highly regarded schools in the area including Bromsgrove School, Winterfold
House School, Royal Grammar School and Kings in Worcester.

Transport links are mainly via the M5, M6/M6 toll with Wolverhampton railway station having direct links to London Euston taking approximately 1 hour 45 minutes.

Description

Lawnswood House, although impressive, is not overwhelming in stature and provides quality accommodation for a family home. The four main reception rooms are blessed with a splendid southerly views over the garden, grounds and parkland and all have valuable fireplaces and ornate plasterwork. The breakfast
room, kitchen and other domestic offices are provided in the rear wing and overall there are 4 bathrooms, 7 bedrooms and some attic rooms. The property has garaging for four cars which can be accessed direct from the house.

Lawnswood also benefits from additional accommodation at The Lodge which is located at the main entrance. Adjacent to the rear driveway is the traditional stable block, secondary lodge (The Kennels), estate offices and along with the beautiful gardens, swimming pool, and parkland makes Lawnswood a very
special home.

The Main Residence, Lawnswood House.

An early 19th Century Georgian residence of considerable architectural merit in the Regency style, and constructed in brick and being rendered and painted white. The main accommodation is on two floors with a third floor giving access to the attic rooms.

The Open Portico Entrance is supported by squared pillars, with a panelled oak door leading to:

Inner Entrance Hall with steps up into the:

Impressive Main Reception Hall (14.97m x 6.09m) having a massive stone fireplace with panelled oak over mantle incorporating wood burner, arched windows and ornate cornice plaster work.

The Morning Room (6.10m x 5.66m) with very fine antique carved pine open fireplace, having marble hearth, arched windows, French doors leading to the garden and ornate cornice plaster work.

The Drawing Room (7.28m x 6.81m) (plus bay window) with an antique marble fireplace, a large picture window incorporating French doors leading out to the terrace and thence by stone steps to the main garden. This room has fine cornice plaster work.

Dining Room (7.62m x 6.29m) having a panelled door leading from the main hall, with exceptional carved antique pine fireplace with white marble slips and hearth, arched windows and decorative plaster cornice.

Breakfast Room (4.96m x 4.20m) having a door leading to a small side entrance hall with outer door and further door opening to the:

Kitchen (5.21m x 4.88m) having oil fired five door AGA and extensive ranges of fitted kitchen units.

Boot Room ( 4.93m X 3.26m).

Pantry (5.16m x 2.31m) with stone shelving.

Utility Room (5.16m x 2.56m) with a separate W.C and exterior entrance door.

Integrated Garage (13.10m x 5.53m) with two roller shutter doors leading to a tarmac parking area.

Cellars having both internal and external entrances. The cellars offer two stone rooms, wine cellar, boiler room and fuel store.

Returning to the main hall, access is gained to the main staircase this is a broad well shaped oak staircase with turned ballisters, the underneath side embellished with panelling. There is a broad window at half level.

First Floor
The Galleried Landing (9.15m x 1.81x) having linen cupboard, and access to:

Main Bedroom One (6.09m max x 5.70m).

Dressing Room (4.14m x 3.61m) with en-suite bathroom having a bath, W.C. and wash basin.

Bedroom Two (6.16m x 5.14m).

Bedroom Three (6.78m max x 5.14m) with wash basin. En -Suite Bathroom Two serving bedrooms two and three above and fitted
lavender suite of bath, wash basin and W.C.

Bedroom Four (6.21m x 4.81m).

Bedroom Five (6.97m max (into bay) x 4.94m) with various built in wardrobes.

Bathroom Three with yellow suite of bath, W.C and hand basin.
From the galleried landing steps lead down to the: Rear Landing with access to: Bedroom Six (4.29m x 3.88).

Bedroom Seven (4.29m x 3.88m).

Separate W.C.

From the rear landing a staircase leads up to: Second Floor
Attic Room One (4.71m x 4.01m) (previously used as bedroom 8).

Attic Room Two (4.44m x 4.01m) (previously used as bedroom 9).

Bathroom Four with bath, W.C and wash basin.

Attic Room Three (4.02m x 3.60m) with doors giving access to roof.

Attic Room Four (3.31m x 3.27m) housing the domestic water tanks.

The Lodge

This charming detached Lodge House is located to the front entrance of Lawnswood House.

The front door is off the drive, leading to the:
Entrance Hall (3.39m x 3.36m).

Sitting Room (3.32m x 3.32m) This is a hexagonal shaped room and has an open fireplace.

Dining Room (3.42m x 3.37m). Kitchen (3.04m x 2.43m) with fitted units and wall mounted central heating boiler.

Door to the Hexagonal Cellar (3.22m x 322m).

From the entrance hall stairs lead up to the First
Floor Landing with a door to: Bedroom One (3.64m x 3.64m) This is a hexagonal shaped room and has an open fireplace.

Bedroom Two (3.55m x 3.18m) with built in wardrobes.

Bathroom with bath, having shower over, W.C and wash basin.
Approximate gross internal area 95 sq m (1,023 sq ft).

Outside

The small garden sheds and large lawned area to the
rear.

The Kennels

This is situated at the rear entrance to Lawnswood
House, access to which is off the lane.

The front door leads into a: Small Entrance Area with door to walk in storage cupboard and a further door to:

Kitchen (2.62m x 2.22m) with a range of fitted kitchen units.

Dining Room (4.92m x 3.66m).

Sitting Room (4.92m x 3.66m) with log burning stove which runs three radiators and provides hot water.

There is no other method of heating water in the house. From the Sitting Room stairs lead up to the:

First Floor Landing off which is:

Bedroom One (3.89m x 3.82m).

Bedroom Two (3.70m x 2.51m) this bedroom is a walk though bedroom leading to: Bedroom Three (4.11m x 2.61m).
Bathroom with bath, W.C and wash basin.

Outside

There are no private gardens to The Kennels although
there is an attractive lawned area just outside the
property which is all part of the surrounding office
and stables complex.

Lawnswood House Stables

These were built at the same time as the main house and are an attractive range of traditional brick built stables embellished by a bell tower. The buildings contain seven loose boxes, a coach house, tack room and some first floor storage. A separate range of brick buildings comprise a run of lean-to rooms, backing
onto the wall of walled garden and providing a potting
shed, kennels and general garden store.

The Estate Office

A detached purpose built brick building providing two
good sized offices, together with a W.C.

Grounds and Gardens

The beautiful gardens and grounds were laid out and landscaped when the house was built in early 19th Century and little has changed since that date. There are wonderful matured trees such as cedars, beech, oak and others which majestically adorn the large lawned areas, terraces, pathways and herbaceous borders. The swimming pool complex is discretely set into
a sunken garden surrounded by borders and mature
shrubs. There is a hard tennis court, in need of repair,
well away from the house and on the left as you come
up the front drive. In recent years attention has been given to reduce the gardening costs and indeed the large walled kitchen
garden is now down to grass and is used as a grazing paddock.

The Parkland

The parkland, which is due west of the garden is directly overlooked by the house and extends to nearly 27 acres having vehicular access from both lanes. The boundary to the house and gardens is bordered by a wall with central steps leading down into the pasture park. The parkland is within in a ring fence, bordered on the two sides by council lanes and the third side of the triangle by arable land, which can be purchased.


Acreage: 35 Acres

Directions

The property lies off the main A449 Wolverhampton to Kidderminster road approximately 1.5 miles north of Stourton West of Stourbridge. From London take the M40, then M42 to the M5 Junction 4a northwards to Junction 4 exiting and taking the A491 to Hagley and then northwards to Stourbridge. At Stourbridge take the A458 Bridgnorth Road to Stourton and at the traffic lights turn right onto the A449. After approximately 3.1 miles turn right signed Wordsley. Follow the road for 0.6
miles turning right at the T-Junction signed Prestwood and Kinver. After 0.1 mile Lawnswood House's main drive is seen on the right with white walls.

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25 June 2016

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  • Stourbridge Town (2.6 mi)
  • Stourbridge Junction (3.2 mi)
  • Lye (3.3 mi)
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