Outstanding apartment within striking grade II listed house
Snowdenham Hall is a striking Grade II Listed mansion house, in a parkland setting, designed in 1886 by the renowned architect Ralph Neville for a member of the Courage brewing family. The house was converted into luxury apartments by Michael Wilson Restorations at the turn of the 21st Century.
The grounds are accessed via a secure, wooden gated, entrance leading up a long driveway benefiting from far reaching views across private grounds to the east. Arriving at the main house a covered portico entrance takes you into a magnificent ornate central reception hall understood to have been decorated by John Bentley, the architect for Westminster Cathedral. This communal area boasts double height vaulted ceilings, an oriel window with stained glass panes and a grand central staircase taking you up to an impressive galleried landing.
4 Snowdenham Hall has been converted to a high standard offering spacious living accommodation principally over two floors. A private front door, at the first floor, leads you through the hallway into a fitted kitchen/breakfast room, drawing room with bay window and study in turn, all with impressive southerly views. Additionally there is a small cloakroom and access to a private minstrel gallery overlooking the main communal hall. Following an internal staircase up to the second floor you will find three bedrooms, two of which have en-suite bath/shower rooms. Also accessed from this floor are the laundry facilities.
The landing provides access via a second staircase down to a large fourth bedroom with en-suite shower room.
From the first floor, internally, a third staircase takes you up to a generous west facing roof terrace, ideal for relaxing or entertaining. The apartment benefits from private underground residents parking together with two dedicated external spaces and a tennis court within the grounds
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Outstanding apartment in an incredible buildingLee Shipp