A charming Grade II listed first floor apartment within a converted Country House with a lovely aspect over the grounds and lake.
Brockhampton Park is a splendid Grade II listed country house built by Paul Pearte, comptroller to Charles 1 between 1639 1642. Substantial alterations were made to the house in the 19th and 20th centuries. The property was then divided into apartments in 1979.
The gardens and grounds are a particular feature being a tranquil setting, especially with the lake with its bridge and surrounding woodland. The wide expanses of lawn are divided by paths and to the south east of the house is a two storey summerhouse with tudor' arched openings. On the opposite side of the house there is a partly walled orchard with herb garden and clothes drying area. There are two private parking spaces and guest parking. The apartment has fishing rights on the lake and in total the grounds extend to approximately 8 acres.
This apartment is situated on the first floor with a lovely outlook across lawns to the lake. The property retains some wonderful period features including ornate windows, ceiling mouldings and friezes, restored wooden flooring and working fireplace in the reception room. In recent months the owners have refitted the bathroom as a modern shower room and refitted the kitchen. Pets are allowed at the discretion of the management company.
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I felt like the Lady of the Manor - I just wanted to curl up in front of the fire with a good book (one of the classics) or wander 'my grounds'.Catherine Anderson