A handsome arts and crafts family home, in a lovely semi-rural location.
Courtlands we believe dates back to 1922, built by eminent local arts and crafts architect J S Brockleby, we understand the property was divided into its current form in 1950. This charming home has been renovated through time and the property has been brought to life with a sympathetic refurbishment, bringing together a wonderful blend of period features and modern contemporary family living.
The layout and accommodation is shown in the following floor plan and comprises six bedrooms and four bathrooms. The large drawing room features an impressive open fireplace and charming bay with doors out onto the gardens. The fully equipped kitchen/breakfast room is flooded with natural light with bi-folds doors onto the terrace and benefits from underfloor heating. The annex can be used as part of the main house, but also benefits from it's own entrance.
Approached by a tree lined gravel driveway, the house sits wonderfully on its plot of around 2.459 acres, the beautiful established garden is a prime feature of Courtlands, with a high degree of seclusion of various mature trees, the extensive gardens have been well tended over the years and are chiefly been laid to lawn with well stocked herbaceous borders, the large terrace supplies ample space for seating and entertaining. The large outbuilding once finished would be ideal for a home cinema/gym, there is also a useful garden store and garage. There is ample parking for numerous vehicles.
We wish to inform prospective buyers of this property that the seller is related to an employee of Savills.
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I love the presence that this house is able to offer, as soon as you approach the driveway you get a real sense of arrival.Jamie Williams