A charming wing of an imposing Grade II listed country residence.
Middle House is a charming period property forming a major wing of Morants Court, believed to date from the early 15th century, and once the home of Sir Edward Meyerstein. The spacious accommodation is arranged over three floors and is ideal for both family living and formal entertaining. Salient points include high ceilings, feature fireplaces, decorative ceiling roses and cornicing, sash windows, traditional column radiators, together with a charming garden and an attractive rural outlook.
The sitting room is a superb reception area with an attractive fireplace and full height window with an attractive view to the rear and an adjoining storeroom.
The double aspect kitchen/dining room is fitted with a comprehensive range of base units with some integral appliances. A Rayburn oven sits within an attractive decorative former place and there is a useful pantry.
A cloakroom off the entrance hall completes the ground floor.
Arranged over the first floor are two spacious bedrooms, one with a walk-in wardrobe, both with feature fireplaces, hand basins and attractive outlooks.
A well-appointed family bathroom completes the first floor.
Arranged over the second floor and completing the accommodation are two further bedrooms with built-in storage, one has access to the roof, another is currently utilised as a study.
There are three lofts, all providing ample storage.
To the front of the property is a charming garden with a number of terraces including a paved patio with barbeque area, and an area of artificial lawn with a variety of evergreen and deciduous trees and shrubs, providing year round colour, interest and privacy.
Morants Court is approached via a sweeping private drive with fields to either side.
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I love the drive up and the setting with the view over fields with horses is just fabulousJames Stacey-Clear