Stunning penthouse apartment in an important historic Hall enjoying direct access to managed parkland, lakes and woodland of about 16.5 acres
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 hall was divided towards the end of the 20th Century into eight stunning wings and apartments.
The Paxton Suite is one of only eight carefully created apartments from the most important part of Rangemore Hall. It runs across the top floor of the main front wing with a glorious stone pediment set over the main frontage. It has views wrapped around on three sides and all the principal rooms have a wonderful light and open aspect over the adjoining parkland and countryside beyond.
The property has a very fine ground floor shared entrance hall which provides both staircase and separate lift access to the upper floors.
The luxurious apartment has underfloor heating throughout and has been maintained and improved by the current owners to create stunning accommodation with the benefit of modern fittings and finishes throughout including an extensive range of high quality bespoke built-in cabinets.
Outside the property benefits from two marked car parking spaces and there is guest parking set to the front of the property for visitors.
The main approach to the property is through an impressive shared gated entrance and well maintained driveway. The setting and gardens of the property are a key feature extending to some 16.5 acres with managed parkland leading down to a substantial lake with mature trees.
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A luxurious immaculately presented penthouse apartment offering a rare opportunity to reside in prestigious parkland surroundingsClare Bingham