Architect Designed Home with Period Features.
Formerly The Pheasant Pub and hotel, in 2011 The Pheasantry was converted into an exclusive development of individually designed new homes. The properties were well designed and attractively styled with both flair and imagination by London based architects, Michael Trentham Architects.
No.4 The Pheasantry is a generous family home, with flexible accommodation set over three floors. Incorporated into the overarching renovation has been the preservation of several period features, including some particularly attractive bay windows and arched feature windows. The spacious reception hall offers access, via double doors, to both the sitting room and the drawing room, which has French doors opening out on to the decked terrace and garden beyond. The kitchen/breakfast room has a range of fitted units with wooden work surfaces, a range cooker and integrated appliances. It benefits from a glazed door onto a small enclosed courtyard, in addition to an oak floor hatch accessing the cellar. A utility room and cloakroom/WC complete the ground floor.
On the first floor is the principal bedroom suite, which boasts as triking en suite bathroom, with a unique curved wall and inset window and a free-standing bath. A little staircase leads up from the bedroom to a bijou private dressing room, with a range of fitted cupboards and wardrobes. The inner landing offers access to a second double bedroom with en suite bathroom, a third double bedroom, a family bathroom and separate WC.
The top floor has two further bedrooms, both with unique arched windows and one with far-reaching countryside views.
The property has a good sized garden, partly enclosed by mature trees and mixed hedging, with a large decked terrace accessed from the drawing room. To one corner is a useful storage shed. There is also private designated parking for at least two cars.
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