Stunning duplex apartment in historic mansion house.
Coodham House is a magnificent Grade A Listed mansion commissioned around 1830 by the widow of William Fairlie and originally named Williamfield in honour of her late husband. It continued to be owned by the Fairlie family including James Ogilvie Fairlie who is thought to be the original founder of the Open Golf Championship in 1860. The house was sold in 1871 and purchased by William Henry Houldsworth who was a mill and industrial landowner.
Built of blond sandstone under a slate roof, Coodham House has been divided into luxury apartments which share immaculate communal areas and grounds. The duplex apartment offered for sale occupies the ground and garden position.
2 Coodham House is entered via the grand reception hall with impressive atrium. Entering the apartment itself, the long hallway allows access to the ground floor, staircase leading to the lower ground floor and the rooms off. The accommodation includes a large drawing room with feature fireplace and large windows looking onto the communal courtyard and lake which let the natural light flood in. The contemporary bright breakfasting kitchen has high spec built in appliances, central island unit with breakfast bar, space for a dining table and a range of storage options and WC.
Downstairs three well-proportioned bedrooms all have walk in dressing rooms and beautiful en suite bathrooms. All rooms have windows, some of which enjoy views of the courtyard and the surrounding countryside.
This property has the fantastic advantage of being low maintenance making it the perfect lock and leave' property or weekend retreat.
Further benefits include gas central heating, secure entry system, factored building and grounds and desirable semi rural location.
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