Grade II listed Georgian village house in around an acre of south facing gardens.
Potters Hatch is a wonderful largely Georgian Grade II listed village house. Throughout is a wealth of typical period features which include a handsome façade, elegantly proportioned rooms, sash windows, fireplaces and a beautiful, private walled garden, all in just 200m from the sought after village centre of Crondall.
The grand central entrance arrives into a welcoming reception hall with an impressive fireplace which pleasingly sets the tone for the rest of the property.
There are a collection of five exceptional reception rooms on the ground floor, providing a wealth of options for family living that is well presented throughout correctly reflecting the age and style of the building.
Overall the property provides in excess of 5,000 square feet of accommodation which has plenty of natural light flowing throughout, creating a warm and welcoming ambience, ideal for both fabulous informal, day to day living and more formal entertaining.
There is a double aspect dining room, a snug and a morning room. The drawing room is a charming room, with a pretty fireplace and a deep bay window with window seating overlooking the south facing pretty walled gardens.
Further on there is a library that is a later addition to the house which is a magnificent room with a galleried level above.
The kitchen is complimented by an excellent scullery. There is an extensive range of traditional cabinetry and a range oven.
The first floor comprises five bedrooms each being of similar generous proportions and there are two staircases adding to the flexibility of the accommodation. This includes the principal bedroom with en suite bathroom and dressing and a guest bedroom with an en suite bathroom. There is also a family bathroom.
Outside Potters Hatch is approached by a gravel driveway providing generous parking and access to the attached double garage.
To the rear is a very pretty secluded walled garden with a terrace, including covered dining area, all of which enjoys a south facing position. The walled garden has a generous level area of lawn and borders planted with flowering perennials and blossoming trees.
Further on are more formal gardens, framed by elegant yew hedging and also a generous vegetable garden. There is also a tennis court, which has recently be resurfaced.
Overall the grounds measure within an acre.
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This is one of those great village houses.Clive Moon