Grade II listed Elizabethan Hall House about 11.2 acres.
Red Hall is the major part of a splendid Grade II listed Elizabethan Hall House and has been in the same family for many years. Red Hall dates back to the mid 16th century with later 17th and 19th century additions and retains many features including window shutters, beamed and panelled rooms, beautiful fireplaces and vaulted beamed bedrooms. It is now coming to the open market for the third time since 1732, and it offers tremendous potential for a new family to restore it to its original splendour.
The panelled reception hall opens into the dining room and there are steps up to a wonderful drawing room bathed in natural light and enjoying fine views across the garden. The beamed family room/study is a most impressive room overlooking the courtyard. The kitchen, laundry and cloakroom complete the ground floor accommodation. There is a generous wine cellar accessed from the inner hall.
On the first floor the master bedroom is dual aspect and has an en suite bathroom and walk-in wardrobe. There are three further double bedrooms with impressive beamed and vaulted ceilings plus a family bathroom and night cloakroom. There is also a walk-in linen cupboard.
Red Hall is approached through an archway into a courtyard which it shares with two 16th Century converted barns and an early 19th Century cottage.
There is a garage with loft space above and parking for one car in front. The rear garden have a beautiful south/west aspect being part walled with a terrace leading to a sweeping lawn with well-stocked flower and shrub borders and a lightly wooded spinney. There are several outbuildings including a summer house, workshop, covered brick log store and covered well head. The paddocks (about 10 acres) can be accessed to the rear of the property.
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Fantastic character house in a rural yet convenient location, offering tremendous potential.Graeme Warren