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A unique, stunning and versatile home finished to an exceptional standard, this spectacular property lies discreetly at the end of a sweeping tree lined driveway, nestled in just under 10 acres.

Property Snapshot
  • Exceptionally presented
  • Grounds of just under 10 acres
  • Suited to multi-generational living
  • Separate 1-bed coach house
  • Gated tree lined driveway
  • Main suite with balcony
  • Plus dressing room and ensuite
  • Ample parking and garage for 4 cars
  • Swim jet heated pool and hot tub
  • Paddock (by separate negotiation)
The many facilities and features include a separate coach house with a one-bedroom apartment and a four-bay garage beneath. The stunning entrance hall with a galleried staircase leads to four versatile reception rooms and a bespoke kitchen. There are six bedrooms, five bathrooms, two dressing rooms, a sitting room/further bedroom (currently used as an office) and two balconies to admire the breath-taking views. The grounds are a particular feature, the south facing terrace shares the superb views, other features include a swim jet heated pool, sheltered hot tub, and its very own pizza oven. By any standards this is an exceptional property.

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