A stunning wing of a Grade II listed residence offering style and elegance, two acres of beautiful gardens and two acres of private woodland located at the end of a private woodland road.
Pollards Park House is an impressive Grade II listed residence built in 1903 to the design of Sir Edwin Lutyens an English architect of great repute which was divided into four individual units around 1949.
No. 1 is a wing added in the 1930's and largely formed from the
original ballroom. Beautifully restored and presented with a fine
attention to the quality of craftsmanship and finish, it now
represents a wonderful home combining original charm and
character with contemporary styling.
The rounded entrance vestibule provides access to the elegant
drawing room with its magnificent inglenook fireplace and
sweeping staircase to the first floor. A small study has been
created under the staircase. The large open plan kitchen/dining/family room has an extensive range of custom made oak units with granite worktops and island which incorporates a Britannia range cooker and circular oak breakfast bar. The limestone floor tiles have under floor heating and there is oak paneling and a bespoke oak display unit to one wall. There is a matching display unit in the sitting room which is linked by a feature arched glazed door which matches the external doors off the drawing room and sitting room. These open on to the idyllic terrace, ideal for both relaxation and entertaining.
On the first floor there are three large double bedrooms, all
offering lovely views over the gardens and grounds. All benefit
with well-appointed en suite facilities including the cleverly
designed wet room in the roof above the entrance vestibule.
An undoubted feature is the tranquil setting with beautiful gardens and an area of private woodland, both about two acres each, giving a combined total of just over four acres.
There is a wonderful first impression on arrival via an electrically operated five bar gate and gravel driveway which sweeps round the turning circle between the entrance to the house and the pair of double width garages opposite. The garages have scope for additional uses such as a gym or studio with toilet and shower facilities. Behind the garage there is a large carport suitable for a motor home or boat for example.
The formal gardens are beautifully maintained with extensive lawns with well stocked inset beds and borders with mature hedges on the boundaries. There is an area of orchard, soft fruits and a delightful well established potager garden. A pathway with arches leads to a gate and access via a further gate into the area of private woodland with mature trees, log edged pathways and dell. At the far end is access on to a public footpath which borders Harewood Downs Golf club.
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A stunning property offering elegance and wonderful escapism from a busy lifestyle.Nick Pounce