• Grade II Listed Period Property
  • Three Formal Reception Rooms
  • Many Period Features
  • Spacious Fitted Breakfast Kitchen
  • Four Large Double Bedrooms & Family Bathroom
  • Potential To Extend Into Adjoining Building
  • Outbuildings With Potential For Conversion
  • Superb Formal Family Gardens
The Hall is a stunning four bedroomed period property offering superb well-appointed living space together with landscaped family gardens and extensive parking. (contd...)

; together with a development opportunity to the detached coach house which has potential to create an independent residence subject to planning permission.
This is a fantastic opportunity for a buyer looking to acquire an impressive family residence with scope for further improvement and development whilst being able to enjoy the lifestyle available within the superb main house.
Approached from a wrought iron gated entrance the driveway leads past the detached coach house to a large reception parking area which also accesses the steps to the rear entrance of the main house.
Step Inside
An entrance door opens into the main reception hall with period features which are apparent throughout many of the rooms to include high ceilings with ornate deep cornicing and period archways, polished wood floors. The entrance extends to the rear of the house where there is an impressive spindled staircase with polished wood handrail to the first floor and a door which opens to the front formal aspect of the house.
This impressive reception hall opens firstly to a comfortable rear facing sitting room with sash windows in a bay formation. The adjacent rear facing room is the kitchen which is fitted in a range of oak shaker style cabinets with granite work surfaces with an inset double Belfast style sink and a cook master electric stove style cooker there is space for a breakfasting table and a useful walk in pantry/storage cupboard.
When entertaining a spacious and sophisticated drawing room is full of natural light from the full height windows with central French doors set in a walk in bay formation overlooking the front formal gardens; the room is set around a white period fireplace with open grate and marble hearth. The second forward facing reception room is a day room with French doors to the garden this room is enjoyed by the family to relax, watch TV and enjoy the garden views and would make a perfect formal dining room if required.
To the first floor a galleried landing looks over the staircase with chandelier hanging point set in period mouldings to the ceiling, the landing leads to four large double bedrooms, all with period fireplaces, the master having sash windows with window seats to enjoys the gardens from. All four bedrooms are served by the spacious modern family bathroom with a tiled panelled bath and large curved shower cubicle.
The hall also offers an opportunity for renovation and extension, connected to the main house are a series of further rooms which can be accesses from the ground, first floor and independent access doors from the rear aspect.

Attached Property To Renovate
Adjacent to the entrance of the main house are steps leading up to a lobby area which has a reception room off with door to the side and storage cupboard; from the opposite side of the lobby, there is a door which opens into a larger reception room with twin sash windows looking onto the rear, a sealed door connects into the main house and a door opens into a front facing room, looking over the patio. The first floor to this room is no longer in position, the joists remain and evidence of the staircase that once led up to the first floor can be seen where there is a door to the first-floor still in situ. The first floor can be accessed from within the main house via a concealed stepway within a bedroom. This landing has the door to the void area where the first floor in no longer in place. The landing opens into a large bedroom with a fireplace with cast grate and from this bedroom a door then opens into a second linked bedroom with open cast grate which is dual aspect, front and rear, these two rooms do look like they were likely servants rooms to the main hall and around from the landing area is a wooden staircase with spindled balustrade goes up to the attic quarters. Where there is a large dormitory style bedroom, and a further four rooms are arranged to this floor in various states of repair.
Step Outside
The gated entrance to the rear vehicular access is via a long driveway with broad grassed verge which leads down to firstly access the former coach house which provides opportunity to convert and renovate into a detached property as an independent dwelling or office space to run a business from subject to planning permission.
Past the coach house the drive opens to the rear entrance of the main house and the attached property for renovation providing a large reception parking area for several vehicles and accesses an attached garage with folding timber door with glass panels. The garage has side windows and a personnel door to the rear garden and has a corrugated roof with power and lighting.
The oil tank to the property is situated to the side garden bordered by a hedge boundary with deep borders which leads round to the substantial flagged patio to the front of the house which looks onto a large family lawned garden with borders and a mixture of trees.

.    This garden will of historically been the formal front entrance to the property which now has the two sets of French doors from the two reception rooms accessed onto the patio. There is also from the patio a central brick-built canopied entrance porch which leads to the front, part glazed entrance door.
To the side of the patio there is a large outbuilding with vaulted ceiling which would make an amazing party room or home leisure facility with gymnasium etc within.


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