Pickmere House is a Georgian grade II listed building dating back to 1772. Originally built as a farmhouse and commands picturesque views over the surrounding countryside.
The property is sat back from Park Lane and can be accessed either via a pedestrian gate leading to the front door or gravel driveway to the left of the property. There is ample parking and space to turn for numerous vehicles.
Entering the property from the front door, a grand and spacious hallway runs the full length of the house. There are three reception rooms on the ground floor and currently split between the owners and guests recreational space. On one side is the dining room and double doors leading through to a sitting room, both rooms featuring fireplaces, and the other with a further living room/ study, with log burning stove, and a spacious kitchen. The Kitchen is complete with numerous wall to floor units, a range gas cooker and space for a washing machine, dryer and dishwasher. On the ground floor there is a W/C and entrance porch to the rear of the property.
A staircase leads from the entrance hall to the first floor where there are four double bedrooms and one single bedroom with five bath/shower rooms on the second floor you will find a further six bedrooms and five bath/shower rooms.
The loft area is vast with good head high and has plenty of light, this has potential to convert into further living place,subject to planning.
Externally the house sits in well-established grounds with mature shrubbery and garden laid to lawn. To the rear of the house is an extensive patio area that is a fantastic space to relax or entertain.
There is further self-contained annex that has one double bedroom and en suite shower room. Stairs from both inside of the main house and outside of the property lead down to three cellars that provide good storage space.
The current owners have operated a licensed hotel serving guests breakfasts, lunches, afternoon teas and evening meals since 2008. Retirement is the motivation for their sale.
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Attractive country house with flexible accommodationEdward Morris