A country house with extensive accommodation in about 22 acres has come onto the market just over four miles from Stratford Upon Avon. Edstone Hall, built in 1938, is currently used as both home, office and training suites, and can be continued in this manner, or can be reconverted back into an extensive country dwelling.
The property was built in the vernacular style with mullioned windows, a steeply pitched roof, large gables and tall chimneys. It has a long driveway and commands stunning views over the Warwickshire countryside.
In total the house could have as many as 20 bedrooms, and at present the majority of accommodation is on the ground and first floors. This part of the house currently has two reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, cloakroom, five bedrooms and two bathrooms. There is also an extensive attic and a two bedroom flat on the second floor, as well as a large cellar. The other areas are given over to training suites.
For those who would convert the house back to a fully functional family home, there is also planning consent for an indoor swimming pool and further office accommodation.
The grounds slope down to a lake and contain some very fine trees including oak trees, and a magnificent copper beech. They also house an all-weather tennis court, and a five car garage.
The house sits just on the edge of the small village of Wooton Wawen, and just over four miles from Stratford Upon Avon station, and there is easy road access to the M40 and M42.
The guide price is £3,100,000. For further information, please contact Strutt and Parker on + 44 (0)207 629 7282 or visit www.struttandparker.co.uk.