An attractive Grade II Listed country house set in 17 acres with equestrian facilities close to London.
Holmer Ridings is an attractive brick and flint Grade II listed property built circa 1728. Extended and much improved over subsequent years it now provides a wonderful family home combining original character features with contemporary styling. Rooms of particular note are the Mark Wilkinson fitted kitchen/breakfast room open plan with the rounded bay orangery. The elegant drawing room features three tall arched windows. The large lower ground master bedroom suite provides a luxurious bathroom and his and hers dressing rooms. The property is set down a long tree lined driveway with a separate spur to the stables, gardens including a superb sunken terrace for al fresco entertaining and post and rail paddocks, totalling about 17.8 acres.
Holmer Ridings includes impressive equestrian facilities with an attractive courtyard of stables, a staff flat, tack room, horse walker, ménage and lunging arena. They are well suited to the amateur or professional having been used to produce top class show jumpers. There are two further detached buildings, a one bedroom guest lodge and a cottage currently split into two staff flats with adjoining garages.
An attractive period house surrounded by paddocks and positioned down a long tree lined drive. It is has the benefit of privacy whilst being well connected with excellent road, rail and airport links.Hugh Maconochie