A major part of a Grade II listed manor house, full of character and spread over four floors, thus providing 6 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms in 4,800 square feet with delightful views.
Yewden Manor has origins in the 16th century with additions in the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. It has impressive painted render elevations under a clay tile roof and is Grade II listed. It is now divided into four dwellings and number 3 is a major part of the original manor. Offering six bedrooms and five bathrooms, the house benefits from many original features including wood panelling, open fireplaces and original ceiling heights, thus giving the property a light and airy feel throughout. The property is full of character and spread over four floors, thus providing 4,800 square feet of accommodation, a rarity in such a sought after location.
The elegant drawing room is well proportioned with high ceilings, wood flooring, painted panelled walls, open fireplace with marble surround and a lovely bay window with a door to the rear garden. The atmospheric dining room has a stone floor, open fireplace with a brick surround and large window overlooking the front and valley beyond. The dining room opens to a charming study area with steps down to the spacious kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen is well appointed with a range of painted wall and floor units arranged around a central island, two ovens built under a large hob with extractor above and other built-in appliances. There is a separate family room which is dual aspect and accessed from the inner hallway.
To the first floor is the principal bedroom. This is a magnificent room with wood panelled walls and a bay window overlooking the rear garden and surrounding countryside. It has an en suite bathroom with twin basins, shower and bath. The guest bedroom has an en suite shower room and there are two further first floor bedrooms and a shower room and bathroom. There are two bedrooms on the second floor, interconnecting and accessed via separate stairs rising from the first floor.
Outside; 3 Yewden Manor is accessed from the road via a shared gravel drive leading to a grassed and landscaped turning circle and parking area to the front of the property. An arched gateway in a high brick and flint wall opens to the pretty courtyard area to the front of the house leading to the main entrance and side access to the kitchen where climbing plants cling to the front elevations. There is a detached double garage to the rear. Accessed from the drawing room is a lovely west facing terrace providing the perfect place to sit and enjoy the view over the wonderful grounds and to the countryside beyond. The grounds are laid mainly to lawn interspersed with a variety of mature shrubs and trees. At the end of the garden is a beautiful private Yew Tree walk that provides shade and privacy.
Attached to 3 Yewden Manor is no 4. This is a beautiful two bedroom brick and flint cottage that can be purchased by separate negotiation. For further details, please speak to the office.
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With wonderful features, a large garden and close proximity to the River Thames, this family home offers wonderful family living.Victoria KnightProperty agent