A fine period residence and outbuildings set in about 6.6 acres of mature grounds. There is planning consent to convert some of the buildings into independent dwellings.
St Leonards House is a substantial period property in need of extensive modernisation. The accommodation offers potential to create a magnificent character property with the added benefit of consent to build two new dwellings, converted from existing buildings.
The ground floor offers a grand entrance hall leading to the reception rooms, study, kitchen and various domestic offices. Of particular note is the elegant drawing room which offers fabulous character features, tall ceilings and large French doors which flood the room with natural light.
The first floor comprises eight principal bedrooms, two bathrooms, two attic rooms and further unused accommodation which could provide additional bedrooms if required.
The house is approached via a long driveway leading to the main house which occupies park like grounds of 6.6 acres. Contained within the grounds are several useful outbuildings including a chapel, green house and dovecote. Two of the buildings, The Garden House and The Old Stables have planning consent - EPF/1459/17 - to convert into independent dwellings extending to about 1,539 sq ft and 1,722 sq ft respectively.
The remainder of the grounds are arranged as formal gardens and woodland with a variety of mature trees and plants. There is a swimming pool with pool house. To the right of the driveway is a detached two bedroom lodge house with a private garden. This property has a council tax of C, EPC rating F.
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A substantial period house set in 6.6 acres in need of extensive modernisation.David Bloomfield