Bradden Lodge has evolved over centuries with the earliest part dating back to the 17th Century with a date brick labelled 1694. Later additions were made in the 18th and 19th Centuries with bricks dated 1727 and 1844.
Constructed of stone under a slate roof, the house successfully combines numerous traditional features with contemporary convenience for modern day living.
Retaining many period features including fire places, high ceilings, detailed cornicing, panelled reveals, sash windows and patterned tiled floors, as well as original servants' bells in the rear hall with bell pulls in the rooms, Bradden Lodge offers charming accommodation for families and entertaining.
The ground floor accommodation is well proportioned and offers versatile family living. Double front doors lead into the wide entrance hall from which you will find a dining room with an open fire place, drawing room with a multi fuel stove, and both with walk in bay windows. The Study has an open fire place and built in storage. Leading off the rear hall are the Kitchen/ breakfast room with oil fired AGA, Utility room and boiler room. A triple aspect family room, vaulted Amdega Orangery with French doors to the terrace, and the play room/ snooker room complete the ground floor accommodation.
Upstairs a landing which replicates the proportions of the hall leads to seven double bedrooms, with the master bedroom at the front of the property. The master bedroom benefits from a Jack and Jill en suite bathroom with both a freestanding cast iron roll top bath and a built in shower. A door leads to bedroom two which is currently used as a dressing room but which mirrors the proportions of the master bedroom. There is a family bathroom with twin wash basins, a freestanding high backed bath and a built in shower, as well as an en suite shower room in bedroom seven and a separate WC on the landing.
Gardens and Grounds
Bradden Lodge stands behind a stone front boundary wall with in and out pillared entrances, one of which is electrically operated. The gravelled drive to the front of the property offers off street parking, with garaging with electric roller shutter doors and outbuildings to the side of the house. There is also a double carport and timber garden shed.
To the rear of the property there is a raised balustrade terrace with steps down to the lawned garden. The mature garden has borders and an ornamental pond with a water feature, as well as an enclosed kitchen garden with raised beds, fruit cages and a greenhouse. To the side of the property is a further paved terrace with an octagonal gazebo with cedar shingle roof and electrical supply.View payable Stamp Duty for this property