This country home has extensive accommodation with indoor swimming pool and leisure complex also includes land of around 6.15 acres.
Appenzell has been lovingly restored by the current owners to provide a beautiful well proportioned home. Originally built in 1870 and further extended in 1904. The property is well finished with attention to detail evident from the outset.
Entered through a stone porch into the main hallway with oak floor and a stunning oak return staircase with intricate carvings. To the right of the hallway is a large kitchen breakfast room with a range of bespoke fitted units, complimenting work surface and focal point of the room the Aga. Adjacent is a preparation room with drinks chiller and ample storage space. Through an archway to the rear of this room leads you to the light and bright orangery with an abundance of natural light and a log burner for cosy nights, this room also benefits from air conditioning.
To the left of the main the hallway is an impressive piano room with oak flooring and adjacent to here a large drawing room with steps leading down to an impressive sun room with large windows offering an abundance of light and views over the surrounding pretty gardens and grounds. Each window has its own stain glass leaded coat of arms which have been reclaimed by the current owners. From here a large entertainment room complete with bar and snooker area, ideal for social occasions, with an indoor heated swimming pool, hot tub and steam room adjacent.
A rear hallway leads to a separate staircase, where there is a downstairs cloakroom, a large utility room and access to the first floor. Further along is a cosy sitting room with log burner.
The first floor has an exceptionally spacious landing area, the bedroom accommodation comprises a large master suite with triple aspect windows and en suite with bath and separate shower, three further bedrooms all with en suite facilities and large windows offering views over the grounds. There is also a spacious family bathroom .
The second floor has three further bedrooms and large bathroom, ideal for the growing family or secondary/guests accommodation.
The property is approached through wrought iron gates and along a sweeping drive way which leads to the front of the property offering ample parking space. To the front of the property are pretty gardens, bordered by mature trees and a large terrace are perfect for al fresco entertaining.
There is a raised and covered koi carp pond and next to this area is a timber built den/office with kitchenette and w.c. The property benefits from both a triple and a double garage along with a workshop and store room. Land to the rear of the property is around 6.15 acres.
Mains water, electricity and gas.
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A lovingly restored, seven bedroom detached home.Rebecca Postles