Magnificent grade II listed seven bedroom family house in the most magical setting with spectacular views across open countryside and just under 6,000 square feet.
Claxby House is a magnificent grade II listed seven bedroom family house laid out over two floors in the most magical setting with spectacular views across open countryside. The property enjoys almost six thousand square feet of accommodation and grand reception rooms, with a variety of elegant original features, complimented by the attractive fittings and finish throughout.
In more detail the accommodation comprises porch, grand entrance hall with tiled floor door to double aspect snug/home office with parquet floor and fireplace with log burner. Impressive double aspect drawing room set into floor to ceiling bay window with doors to garden, fireplace and parquet floors, door to generous dining room with fireplace with an open fire. There is a front hall with tiled floor and door to garden, sitting room with open fire, inner hall with large walk in store room, WC, door to kitchen breakfast room which has a good range of fitted wall and base units with integrated appliances and double doors opening onto the terrace, door to large utility/back kitchen with door to integral garage which also houses the two biomass boilers.
The first floor can be accessed by three separate staircases including an especially pretty circular staircase and a split landing. There is a principal bedroom with en suite bathroom, six further bedrooms and two large luxuriously appointed bathrooms.
Outside the property is approached by electric gates which lead to a gravel driveway with parking for several vehicles and access to the garage, there is a raised west facing paved terrace which is ideal for barbeques. To the rear of the property is an enormous south facing garden which is mostly laid to lawn with a variety of mature trees, large glass house, brick shed and superb far reaching views across open fields.
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Who knew this hidden gem was tucked away at the end of this quiet country lane, once discovered it is not easily forgotten, I was blown away by the stunning viewsRoo FisherProperty agent