Coney Weston House is a substantial Grade II Listed former village farm and latterly Dower House to Coney Weston Hall, and dates from the early 17th Century with 18th, 19th and 20th Century alterations.
Part timber-framed, with red brick and rendered elevations, it provides elegant Georgian ‘gentrified’ receptions, along with great family living space – a superb home for a fantastic childhood.
The accommodation retains lots of features and period character and has been very well maintained by the current owners, but also offers plenty of opportunity to update and improve.
The grounds and outbuildings are a particular feature, providing a high degree of privacy with lots of facilities and outbuildings, ideal for those with equestrian interests or, perhaps, a classic car collection.
In addition, there is also ample space for a home business or perhaps the creation of additional annexe or holiday accommodation, all, of course, subject to planning approval.
On entry to the property, the entrance hall leads to the reception hall, which has an impressive staircase leading to a split-level ‘pulpit’ landing.
There is also a study and a drawing room, which is a double-aspect room with an open fireplace with decorative moulded fire surround and mantelpiece, while the dining room is also an elegant, double-aspect room, with three pairs of French windows to the terrace.
In addition to this there is a butler’s pantry, sitting room, inner hall, side hall, cloakroom, office, and shower room.
The kitchen/breakfast room has an extensive range of fitted wall and base kitchen units, ample work surface inset with stainless steel sink and drainer unit, built-in dishwasher, oven, grill, ceramic hob with extractor over, and door to garden.
Coney Weston House also has up to seven bedrooms, and a family bathroom. This features a vanity unit, panelled bath, tiled shower cubicle, shelved airing cupboard, a low-level wc and basin.
Outside from the courtyard, a door leads through an internal passage to the front garden and party room – a double-aspect room with oak floor, with doors to outside and double garage with vaulted ceiling and mezzanine and storage area.
Elsewhere there is a studio workroom, potting shed, coal store, and seven stables.
Outside, the gardens are arranged to the south and east of the property and laid predominantly to lawn, with a mature belt of specimen trees and shrubs which provide a high degree of privacy.
Within the garden is a par three golf hole, a summerhouse, small orchard and former Groom’s Cottage, whilst the rest of the grounds comprise three principle paddocks with pond.
In total, the grounds extend to approximately ten acres, subject to survey.