Listed Grade II, being of architectural and historic importance, The Manor House is constructed of mellow red brick under a clay tile roof. The house was once the home of Lady Lytton who is reputed to have declined a marriage proposal from Winston Churchill, whilst the wooden panelled gate and cornice were designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens in the early 20th Century.
Internally the house has been beautifully restored from top to bottom and now combines light and spacious reception rooms
and comfortable bedroom accommodation on the first and
second floors. Of particular note is the stunning new kitchen with four oven Aga and central island with gas hob and Zip' boiling and sparkling water tap and all open plan through to the playroom/ sitting area. On the raised ground floor is a beautifully proportioned drawing room centred on an attractive ornamental fireplace and French doors opening on to steps leading down to the garden.
The restoration of The Manor House has been meticulous throughout. A Lutron lighting system which links with the blinds in the master bedroom (which also has air conditioning). A Sonos
sound system has been installed together with CAT6 cabling and a CCTV system. There are also wifi signal boosters. The swimming pool is protected by an Aquamatic electric cover.
Gardens and grounds
The gardens and grounds provide a private mature setting for the house laid mostly to lawn and studded with a selection of mature specimen trees. There is a heated swimming pool and an all-weather Astro-turf tennis court with flood lighting.View payable Stamp Duty for this property