A delightful Queen Anne fronted country house with outstanding grounds and vistas with an exceptional range of equestrian outbuildings and 19.8 acres.
An historic building appraisal provides significant information on Dassels Bury confirming that it is a timber framed structure dating from circa. 1600 with later additions. During the middle of the 17th century the building was radically altered to the rear to incorporate a kitchen wing and new brick chimney stacks. The report comments that five interior fireplaces associated with chimneys survive in a remarkable state of preservation. The red brick façade was almost certainly added to the timber framed structure in 1715. At this time the mullioned windows were replaced by timber sashes. Dassels Bury received a Grade II listing in 1967. Dassels Bury was extensively redeveloped in 2004 with new large extension and renovated older parts
The previous owners replaced all the Outbuildings in 2004 with an exceptional range of Oak framed buildings constructed to a high standard and carefully designed for Equestrian and general use together with Garages and a Greenhouse. The gardens and grounds are principally to the south and east of the house and are on three levels and easily viewed from the house with croquet lawn, traditional herbaceous borders, Portland stone fountain carved by an award winning craftsmen, a very productive Kitchen garden with fruit, herbs and a wildlife pond. The whole area offers total privacy and seclusion.
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Once you drive through the gates at Dassels Bury you feel like you are in your own oasis. The gardens are very special indeed, and the views are just stunning!Tim Phillips