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Party room and paddocks among highlights of Coney Weston House

Coney Weston House ANL-150319-143402001
Coney Weston House ANL-150319-143402001

Coney Weston House is a substantial Grade II listed property, set in 10 acres of mature parkland.

The former village farmhouse is Part-timbered with red-brick and rendered elevations providing elegant Georgian receptions, along with a great family living space.

The accommodation maintains it’s period history, whilst also incorporating 18th, 19th and 20th century alterations.

The spacious Dining room is a double aspect room with chamfered beams, an open fire place and french windows that open out onto the terrace and garden.

The sitting room houses a superb hidden fireplace with delft blue and white tiles and a fitted wood burner.

The kitchen includes an extensive range of fitted units, ample work space and ceramic hobs.

The ground floor’s other rooms are a Study, A Butler’s Pantry, Laundry Room, Boot Room, Workshop and expansive Party Room,

The first floor has seven Bedrooms, Bathroom, separate Shower Room and WC as well as a vast Studio space, with two Attic Rooms above on the second floor.

The grounds and various outbuildings are a particular feature, ideal for those with equestrian interests or perhaps a classic car collection.

Within the grounds is a par-3 golf hole, a summerhouse, former groom`s cottage, three paddocks and a pond.

The gardens are arranged to the south and east of the property and laid predominantly to lawn, with mature belt of specimen trees and shrubs which provide a high degree of privacy.

Within the grounds is a double garage with vaulted ceilings and mezzanine storage space.

The guide price is £1,300,000.

For more information or to arrange a viewing contact Bedfords on 01284 769999.


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