An impressive three-bedroom former coach house with breathtaking gardens located on the grounds of the prestigious Rangemore Hall.
Rangemore Hall was rebuilt for the Bass family brewing dynasty in the late 1850s and in 1902 King Edward VII stayed at the house having visited Burton-on-Trent, hence a major part of the mansion has now been named the Edward VII Wing.
The Coach House is located at the head of a private road adjacent to the Hall being accessed from a lengthy driveway through the private parkland.
An imposing front entrance door leads into the reception hallway on the ground-floor level giving access to the spacious open plan first-floor living accommodation. A useful storage cupboard is located below the winding staircase.
Landing with doors leading off to:
A stunning and spacious open plan flagstone tiled sitting room and dining area. A beautiful slate fire surround (created from original slate taken from Rangemore Hall scullery) houses a log burner with exposed brick decor. Large sash picture windows provide views of the impressive gardens and grounds beyond to the front and further windows are to the rear elevation.
Dining area, ample space for receiving and entertaining family and friends. This versatile room opens to the bespoke designed kitchen area, an incredibly stylish and contemporary space, with grey units and granite worktops and splash backs, features various built-in modern appliances, such as an American-style fridge/freezer, Miele dishwasher, Caple double wine fridge, Neff induction hob and extractor hood, and double Neff ovens (Steam and Slide and Hide). A large island in the centre of the kitchen area complete with Hot Tap provides additional work and storage space as well as serving as a breakfast bar.
Leading off from the open plan living accommodation is the bedroom quarter.
A small hallway with useful storage cupboard provides access into the light and spacious bedroom enjoying incredible views of the rear garden and bathroom featuring a large bath, wash hand basin and WC with tiled floor and wall tiles.
The main staircase continues to the second floor. An open plan mezzanine with stylish glass balustrade provides a wonderful space to use as you wish, for the current owner a sitting room and study. However, the space could easily be partitioned to provide additional bedrooms.
Also located on the first floor is the guest bedroom with en suite shower room and bedroom three with en suite shower room finished with a Travertine floor.
Outside - The superbly impressive gardens were reputedly laid by the renowned landscape gardener Sir Joseph Paxton and Edward Milner and make up approximately 16.5 acres, including a lake stocked with carp and mature woodland areas.
The superb grounds offer impressive views over the countryside beyond and are well maintained. They are incredibly exclusive as they are strictly for use by the residents of Rangemore Hall.
The Coach House also has its own private gardens, a large area of which are to the front of the property with lawns, a terrace for dining with dedicated Wood Fired pizza oven and raised circular terrace with pond. Set off to the rear of the Coach House is an additional large lawned area.
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