Predominantly Elizabethan c. 1555 - Set within a tranquil village location on a plot of approaching 3.5 acres (stls) on an elevated position within the heart of Roxwell Village. Listed (Grade II), this former Baronial Manor House with its origins dating back to c.1500's and noted in the Domesday Book. This wonderful fine country house, has been sympathetically and fastidiously renovated, through a process of extensive building renovations and restoration work by its current custodians, both internally and externally. With accommodation approaching 6,000 sq ft, across three floors, including two fully utilised cellars. The home is an enticing mixture of period elegance, yet traditionally presented, with the added appeal of a fully self-contained annexe, numerous outbuildings, stabling and garaging. Additionally, the barn and associated buildings are subject to a pending planning application to convert to a separate dwelling.
Ideal for those who have equestrian/cycling interest or indeed wishing for opportunity to combine generations or work from home, the list is endless. An extensive array of period features include hand-tooled cornicing, panelling, complementary skirting and architrave, leaded light windows and shutters, original fireplaces, high ceilings, an easy-rise staircase and polished wood floors, all of which denote the original splendour of the home, together with some quirks of the period, for example the priest hole, further highlighting the uniqueness and historical integrity of the home. The current vendors have utilised and enhanced these features to create a home that evokes grandeur yet is ideal for family living and entertaining both inside and out. Numerous receptions - a drawing room, magnificent reception hallway, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room fitted by Christians, snug, study and laundry room. The adjoining annexe includes a sitting room, kitchen/breakfast, conservatory, bathroom, shower room and three bedrooms Read more