A luxury mansion style house set in a secluded location.
Redlands is an impressive and substantial property built and finished some fifteen years ago to a very high standard by the present owners. The house has been designed to age graciously along the lines of a classic country house and is set in secluded well landscaped grounds extending to approximately 1 acre.
Mornish Road is one of the most sought after roads within the Branksome Park conservation area and is located close to Branksome Chine which provides a delightful wooded walk down through to award winning beaches in one direction and tennis courts and a bowling room in the opposite direction.
This stunning home has an attractive entrance porch with double front doors opening to a large and imposing reception hall with a tiled floor and a sweeping stone staircase with bespoke wrought iron balustrade leading up to a galleried landing. The reception rooms are predominately south and west facing that comprise a sitting room, impressive dining room with wood panelled walls and a stunning feature kitchen/breakfast/family room with a morning off, all inter-linked and with French doors to the rear sun terrace and garden. In addition there is a study/library a garden room and two ground floor cloakrooms.
On the first floor is an expansive main bedroom suite with his and hers dressing rooms and a spacious and luxuriously appointed en suite bath/shower room. There are four further bedrooms and three bathrooms two of which are en suites. Above the quadruple garage and accessed directly from within the property via a lobby is a first floor games room or large office.
The house is tucked away approached via electric gates with a large block paviour driveway leading to the garaging and providing plenty of parking. To the rear of the property is an expansive south facing sun terrace with stone steps leading down to a large lawn area.
NB Photographs taken October 2020
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I think the reception hall at Redlands is just beautiful. I love the way the staircase is such a central point of this house.Keith Fensom