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- Entrance Hall
- Drawing room, Sitting room, Study
- Kitchen / Dining room with snug area
- Service kitchen / utility room, Basement
- Master bedroom with en suite bathroom, 6 further bedrooms (4 en suite), Family bathroom
- Coach House -Guest bedroom, Kitchenette, Shower room, Storage, garaging for 3 cars, Temperature controlled Rotunda wine store
- Landscaped mature gardens with grass tennis lawn, Alitex green house, ornamental vegetable and cutting garden and fruit trees
- Paddock for recreational use
- Oak framed barn with garaging and 4 carports
- Gardening included - In all about 2.84 acres.
Grade II listed Georgian house with flexible living areas, landscaped gardens, far reaching views and excellent commuting links. Fees apply
Approached by a long, sweeping driveway, St Pauls House makes an impressive sight. Built in the 17th Century, the house has an abundance of history and unique features characteristic of its period and later position as a Georgian Vicarage. Improvements in 2010 including sustainable technology and a further modern wing have made St Pauls a characterful and practical home.
A fine entrance hall leads to a well equipped kitchen with dining/breakfast area, utility room with larder, W.C, drawing room, sitting room and study. Each reception room has an open fireplace with original surround, and stunning views of the surrounding grounds framed by shuttered sash windows. A stone spiral staircase at the rear connects each floor of the house and provides access to a versatile basement with boiler room and gym.
On the first floor is a triple aspect master with en suite, five further bedrooms three en suite and a family bathroom. On the second floor is the seventh bedroom with en suite, which enjoys breathtaking panoramic views.
A separate coach house provides perfect accommodation for staff or guests, with a kitchenette, bedroom, shower room and plenty of storage. Additionally it offers a 3 car garage and a splendid rotunda wine store with muraled, domed roof.
Externally, the mature grounds have been overseen by designer Susan Ashton and are scattered with mature oak, horse chestnut and walnut trees. A series of garden rooms compliment the more formal garden; including a sunken terrace with ornamental pond, an herb garden, rose garden, ornamental vegetable and cutting garden, while clipped hedges and box balls complete the refined presentation of this extensive garden.
A further paddock lends itself to outdoor activities and allows access to the property for large vehicles if necessary.
Additional outbuildings are reached via the paddock, including a Granary on staddle stones, an oak barn with W.C, Gardeners room and the benefit of ground source heating. A greenhouse is similarly heated with the same ground source system and a further barn provides six bay parking which is fully lockable. Here is an opportunity to enjoy a richly historical and beautiful home. Call The Country House Company for full details.
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