The Manor house dates back to the early 1800s and retains many beautifully resotred period features from the era, including the original front door, flagstone floors, tall archways, open fireplaces and sash windows.
The entrance hall stretches the length of the house and most of the rooms have a duel aspect of views of the Warwickshire countryside and the garden. The property has a reception hall, drawing room, dining room, sitting room, breakfast kitchen, utility room, conservatory, study/nursery, cellar and five bedrooms with two bathrooms and one en suite shower room.
Outside is a courtyard with a triple open-fronted garage and parking, as well as two stables and a tack room with storage. There is also a walled garden and two adjoining paddocks.
There is also an adjoining cottage which could be used as an annexe or ancilliary guest accommodation to the main house or the two properties could be knocked into one.
The gardens are in two parts – the rear garden faces south and is mainly laid to lawn with several mature trees including walnut, horse and sweet chestnut, cherry and laburnum, and the walled garden sits to the west of the property and has a sun terrace conservatory and herbaceous beds. There are also several fruit trees to the rear of the garden including apple, peach and pear trees. The property sits in nearly three acres.
The Manor House is situated in the centre of Harborough Magna, an attractive village with a parish church, pub and nursery school. Rugby is just three miles away and has all the day-to-day requirements, and a rail link to London in just 50 minutes.
The guide price is £1,050,000. For further information please telephone Knight Frank on 01789 297 735 or visit www.knightfrank.co.uk.