A magnificent period house with stunning accommodation, set in beautiful gardens in the sought-after village of Burchetts Green
Stubbings Manor is a highly impressive property, occupying the major part of this magnificent historic manor house and presented with stunning accommodation throughout. The property's handsome red brick elevations and tall chimneystack create an air of period grandeur, while the house is set in beautifully maintained gardens.
Inside, the accommodation combines original character and period detailing with modern, stylish fittings and décor. Exposed floorboards and brickwork combine with heavy timber doors, high ceilings and large windows, while the clean, neutral décor allows the elegant details to shine through.
The magnificent drawing room and the splendid formal dining room provide the main living space on the ground floor. The drawing room has a dual aspect, with French doors opening onto the gardens, while the dining room has wooden flooring and a contemporary recessed stove. The kitchen and breakfast room has modern units in cream and black granite worktops, and includes a central island and integrated appliances, while south-facing bi-fold doors open onto a south facing terrace.
Upstairs there are four double bedrooms, including the well-proportioned and inviting principal bedroom, which has its own dressing room with fitted storage, and an en suite bathroom with an opulent sunken bathtub and a walk-in shower. Two further bedrooms are en suite, while there is also a family bathroom.
There are two entrances to the property for vehicles the main entrance with its wrought-iron gates, which open onto a gravel parking area and lead to the double garage, and a second entrance with a five-bar timber gate, which opens onto a second gravel parking area. The house is set in delightful gardens, with paved terrace areas and pathways, timber decking, immaculate lawns, colourful flowerbeds, box hedging and a variety of mature shrubs and trees. There is also a hard tennis court, while at the back of the garage there is a garden office with French doors opening onto the shaded timber decking area.
Additionally there is a third share of approximately 5 acres (2.032 hectares) opposite of privately owned common land.
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This thoughtfully renovated property has fine period features and beautiful gardensStephen Christie-Miller