Fabulous split-level apartment within the Grade I listed mansion.
The Still Room is a unique and characterful ground and lower ground floor apartment within the Grade I listed mansion. The property was once used for the distillation of lavender water and similar preparations. There are two entrances to the property via the grand reception hall or through a private side entrance via the garden terraces.
The apartment was fully refurbished by our client and has been stylishly designed and fitted with high specification features. Gas central heating serves the artistically designed feature radiators as well there being electric underfloor heating. There are Ethernet and Sonos integrated music systems throughout the principal rooms.
The contemporary kitchen and living space is fitted with bespoke cupboards and granite work surfaces, Quatreau tap, two Neff ovens, gas hob, feature extractor, dishwasher and large integrated fridge. French doors lead out onto the private and secluded terraces. A utility room provides ample storage along with a storage cupboard and two further large storage areas. There are two intimate reception rooms with charming barrel-vaulted ceilings.
The master bedroom, with built-in wardrobes, has French doors leading out to the private terraces. The bathroom is glorious comprising a large bathtub with shower over and waterfall tap, a Villeroy & Boch floating hand basin while the Duravit toilet and bidet complete the sanitary wear.
There is also a second separate guest cloakroom with ample shelving and storage.
Stairs lead to a dual-aspect second bedroom with Georgian windows and original shutters. This is a versatile room with views overlooking the beautiful parkland and the church.
Planning permission (Ref: SDNP/16/04582/LIS) has been granted to create an en suite shower room off the master bedroom.
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The Burton Park estate is a haven of tranquillity - with a mix of formal gardens and parkland, I love the fact that residents even get the use of a communal boat on the lake.Sophie Richardson