Substantial modern country house surrounded by open countryside in a secluded setting
Charity Hall is an impressive modern property offering light and spacious accommodation with outstanding views over the gardens and surrounding countryside. The principal reception rooms are interconnected and benefit from a wired home entertainment system. The kitchen is well-equipped with a range of wooden wall and base units with granite work surfaces, a central island unit and a good number of integrated appliances. The leisure complex is accessed from the hallway and comprises a gym with mirrored wall, sauna and pool room with 40ft x 16ft heated swimming pool with underwater lighting, wet room and two changing rooms. On the first floor of the leisure complex is a wonderful snooker room with bar area and balcony overlooking the gardens. On the first floor is the main bedroom suite with dressing area, en-suite bathroom and large balcony with outstanding views over the gardens. There are four further bedrooms, two with en-suite bathrooms, and the family bathroom.
Charity Hall is approach via double electric gates leading to a large parking area with space for several cars. From here, access is given to the double garage. A large terrace with attractive water feature is to the rear of the house and accessed from the principal reception rooms and the gym. The landscaped gardens are well maintained and are predominantly laid to lawn with a number of mature trees and shrubs. A shrub lined path leads to the hard tennis court and a large summerhouse with a hot tub to the rear. A separate gated driveway leads to a large timber framed tractor store. To the side of the tractor store is an area of apple, plum and pear trees. A pretty moat bounds the gardens on two sides and there is also a large pond with reed beds.
Mains water & electricity. Private drainage. Propane gas.
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Wonderfully spacious home with the added bonus of a fantastic leisure complex all in a charming and secluded countryside setting.Tom Orford