We offer to the market this stunning Grade Two listed four/five bedroom detached house circa 1780 set in its own grounds boasting a double garage, paddock and an investment property within the grounds. This unique property is bursting with local history and the owner has advised us it was previously a public house, farmhouse, rectory and a pit manager’s house. This substantial home has some wonderful period features including magnificent feature fireplaces and an original butler’s pantry complete with meat hooks. The accommodation briefly comprises of: Entrance lobby leading to inner hall, comfortable lounge with glorious views over the garden, impressive formal dining room and third reception room with access to the patio and outdoor entertaining area. Completing the ground floor is the magnificent breakfasting kitchen with inglenook fireplace, ground floor w.c. utility/boot room, original butlers pantry with meat hooks and access to the lower floor cellar. Stairs lead to the first floor landing, generous master bedroom with door to a lovely en-suite, second bedroom open to stylish bathroom and w.c with free-standing roll top bath, shower room also accessed from the landing, additional generous bedroom with access to another bedroom currently being used as a dressing room, family bathroom and fifth bedroom currently being used as a study.
In the grounds of the main house is a lovely Cottage called ‘The Coach House’ which is currently being rented out for £550 pcm. The Coach House briefly comprises of: Entrance lobby, dual aspect lounge open to modern fitted kitchen with breakfast bar, ground floor w.c, stairs to first floor landing, stylish family bathroom and master bedroom.
Externally High Hedgefield House has a substantial driveway, detached double garage, outside w.c, patio/entertaining area, generous mature walled garden, orchard, woodland and paddock. This wonderful property absolutely must be viewed to fully appreciate the size and standard of accommodation on offer.