A fine house demands a ‘statement suite’ and this one lives up to that aim. We have reinstated a magnificent Georgian fireplace and even opened up a very secret second dressing room, intriguingly accessed through an existing cabinet. A bespoke headboard with an LED surround gives a halo effect to this fully upholstered bedhead. The main dressing room consists of bespoke lacquered birds eye maple woods and contrasting leather inlays with a central ottoman and above a pendant light of horse hair and bone giving tonal light retractions and enter the Master En-suite Bathroom.
The bath has been dressed in silver metallic crocodile leather with a back drop to the bath of bookmatched and backlit Labrador quartz stone. This stands floor to ceiling with the taps and spouts mounted on the wall and out of the marble itself. The toilet cistern has been cunningly hidden behind the listed cupboards to bring function where there is character. The vanity unit has inlaid leather materials and has been shaped and sculpted to the room. A beautiful shower enclosure completes the room with body jets and a complete wellness experience.
The entrance to this property is equally as grand, entering through the gates you sweep up a gravel drive. An extensive programme of planting and introducing mature trees has given the house a suitable stature outside as well as in. The garden has a two-tiered approach with broad stone steps leading down to the manicured lower level terrace. In turn this takes you to a sunken lounging space of the main spa. This is subtly complemented by seamless glass balustrade in order not to detract from the heavy detailing of the Georgian structure.
Even the external garaging is special, hiding almost Bond-like gadgetry. A car lift takes you and your car down into the lower garage which has accommodation for a further four vehicles.