Attractive duplex apartment in Georgian Country House.
Ramridge House is a Grade II* Listed former Georgian country mansion that was designed and built in 1779 in the style of Robert Adam, and re-modelled and extended in 1855. During the Second World War, Ramridge House became a Royal Air Force headquarters and Officers' Mess. In the late 1980s the house was sensitively converted into 9 exclusive apartments.
2 Ramridge House is a duplex apartment carefully maintained by the current owner of 28 years. The apartment is entered from the spacious communal hall on the ground floor, and on entry there is a hall, kitchen and large sitting room. The ground floor accommodation benefits from high ceilings, large Georgian windows and well-proportioned rooms. There is an ornate staircase leading to the lower ground floor where there are two bedrooms, a family bathroom and en suite shower room. There are some fine historic features including a mural painted in 1944 to honour the RAF.
Ramridge House sits in approximately 2 acres of surrounding communal parkland for the residents to enjoy. The beautiful and well-maintained gardens include a parterre garden in the shape of the Union Jack, sculptures and topiary trees, and a communal vegetable garden. There are numerous seating areas from which to enjoy the surrounding countryside.
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There's a lot of history and charm to this home - I love the mural dedicated to the RAF!Victoria Anderson-StewartProperty agent