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Lake High ceilings 17th Century Drawing room

12 bedroom Detached House for sale

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12 bedrooms
4 reception rooms
6 bathrooms
6,839 square feet
1.34 acres
  • Carriage driveway
  • 17th Century
  • Beams
  • High ceilings
  • Period features
  • Mature garden
  • Mature trees
  • Grade II listed
  • Annexe
  • Drawing room
  • Family room
  • Utility room
  • Conservation area
  • Lake
  • Extended
  • Substantial
  • French doors
  • Sash windows
  • Window shutters

4 bedroom House for sale

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4 bedrooms
0.75 acres
  • Double garage
  • 17th Century
  • Cornicing
  • Gated
  • High ceilings
  • Wooden floor
  • Marble floor
  • Kitchen garden
  • Landscaped garden
  • Gas central heating
  • Underfloor heating
  • Granite worktops
  • Drawing room
  • Outbuildings
  • Utility room
  • Lake
  • Parkland
  • South facing
  • Views
  • Fishing
  • Character
  • Imposing
  • Open plan
  • Period house
  • Spacious
  • Substantial

5 bedroom Semi-detached House for sale

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5 bedrooms
4 reception rooms
3,000 square feet
  • 17th Century
  • 18th Century
  • High ceilings
  • Inglenook fireplace
  • Period features
  • Vaulted ceiling
  • Wood burner
  • AGA
  • Grade II listed
  • Drawing room
  • Study
  • Lake
  • Semi-rural
  • Views
  • Bright
  • Character
  • Charming
  • Cottage
  • Period house
  • Spacious
  • Stylish

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