An outstanding country estate with 30 acres of park like grounds of the highest quality. There is planning consent to replace the existing house with a substantial new mansion.
An outstanding country residence set in about 30 acres of exceptional gardens and grounds. This delightful family home is orientated so that the principal reception rooms take advantage of the views over the grounds. The mature parkland was designed by Lord Lambourne, a former President of the Royal Horticultural Society. The grounds are gated and include three lakes, numerous broad leaf and evergreen trees providing all year colour and interest including the rare handkerchief tree. At the head of the entrance drive behind electric gates is a spacious four bedroom Lodge House with its own garden curtilage and garaging. The combination of the graceful country house, attractive setting and close proximity to London makes this a remarkable house.
Planning consent (EPF/1356/21) has been granted to replace the main dwelling with a substantial new mansion.
The main house offers an entrance hall, six reception rooms various domestic offices and a kitchen/breakfast room. The first floor comprises six bedrooms and three bathrooms plus an attic room on the second floor.
The Lodge house, which is located by the main entrance, offers three reception rooms, a kitchen/breakfast room and a bedroom suite. The first floor has three bedrooms and a bathroom. There is a private garden to the rear and a driveway leading to a detached garage.
Bishops Hall sits in about 30 acres of amazing grounds with a variety of trees, plants and formal lawns. There are pathways around the estate which provide a perfect way to enjoy the grounds. There is an assortment of outbuildings and garages. The estate is accessed via security gates which lead to a long sweeping driveway, past the Lodge house, to the front of the house. The planning consent adds a new entrance to be built from Hoe Lane.
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