Tyringham Hall is a beautiful Grade I listed English stately home built by Sir John Soane with gardens and garden buildings by Sir Edwin Lutyens, one of only a handful of country houses that can lay claim to have been worked on by two of England's greatest architects.
The 18th century neo-classical villa includes 4 magnificently proportioned reception rooms, a kitchen, breakfast room and study on the ground floor, with a spa, games room, cinema and gym areas on the lower ground. There are 10 principal bedrooms, 9 bathrooms and a wing with further bedrooms and bathrooms.
The current owners have worked closely with English Heritage to create a superb and sympathetic restoration both in keeping with the historic nature of the house and the requirements of the 21st century owner.
The Stable House provides exceptional secondary accommodation, including a further spa facility with indoor pool. There are staff flats and additional accommodation in the main house.
The formal gardens are beautifully laid out and include two Lutyens masterpieces and one of Europe's largest reflecting pools.
In all about 59.21 acres. The hall is surrounded by protected historic parkland. The park to the south is fenced for red deer and leased on a 10 year agreement. The remaining gardens, parkland, paddocks and woodland amount to 37.5 acres and includes beautiful mature trees, grassland suitable for horses or stock. The woodland walks have been restored to their former glory and improved with judicious planting of specimen trees, to form an arboretum.
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Tyringham Hall is situated in magnificent parkland setting approximately 4.5 miles south of the picturesque market town of Olney and 5 miles from Junction 14 of the M1. The local area is steeped in historic and influential houses, including Woburn Abbey, Easton Neston, Althorp, Castle Ashby and Stowe to name a few.
The hall is internationally accessible with excellent road and rail links to London Euston from Milton Keynes (trains from 35 minutes) and Luton International Airport only approximately 25 miles away.
Sporting activities in the area include racing at Towcester, golf at Woburn and the Bedfordshire. There are a superb range of nearby preparatory and public schools in the area, including Stowe School, Oundle, Uppingham, Bedford, Winchester House Preparatory School, Great Houghton and Maidwell Hall.