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QUALITY & CRAFTSMANSHIP The external elevations of the house are faced in traditional stucco and the roof is clad in Welsh slate, understated as is typical of the style, allowing the magnificent proportions to sit comfortably within the surrounding landscape. The large sash windows create a natural and very elegant facia, while the stone columned portico announces the rich and spacious interior. In building upon and around an existing structure, it is only right that there is a narrative history that runs through the design. What is now a generous utility annex was once a substantial part of the existing structure and contains a second staircase to the first floor. The Drawing Room and Family Room both open onto the south-facing lawn with spectacular views across the valley. Natural light permeates these high-ceilinged spaces during the day, while the feature fireplaces promise a cosy intimacy on cold winter evenings. The Family Room forms the heart and soul of this beautiful home, incorporated with the Kitchen, which is wonderfully elegant and served by every modern amenity and facility. The stairway to the first floor is flooded with natural light, from a feature window that once dominated the front elevation of the existing structure. The landings and passages between the upstairs rooms are spacious and the four main bedrooms each have luxurious en-suite bathrooms. A flight of stairs takes you to a further large space on the second floor, which will be finished as open plan accommodation. Exemplifying a quintessentially English capacity to embrace the present while celebrating the past, the period detailing of the interior, blends seamlessly with the conveniences of modern living and technology. The house features underfloor heating on the ground floor, pre-wiring for Lutron and select audio-visual systems in several zones and the provision for future commissioning of security and CCTV systems. Honouring the commitment to quality and architectural integrity, Sherbourne Developments proudly specifies brands such as: Farrow & Ball • Paint Library • Stevensons of Norwich • Fullbrooks of England • Lapicida Artisans of Devizes • Fired Earth • Walking on Wood • Trunk Surfaces • Chesney’s English Fireplaces • Lefroy Brooks • Bard & Brazier • Victoria + Albert

GROUND FLOOR ACCOMMODATION FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION BOOT ROOM 4.49m x 3.30m 14’9” x 11’11” BEDROOM 6 3.62m x 3.31m 11’11” x 10’10” UTILITY ROOM 4.86m x 3.33m 15’11” x 10’11” BATHROOM BEDROOM 5 4.86m x 3.31m 15’11” x 10’10” EN-SUITE 3 KITCHEN 6.04m x 9.13m (max) 19’10” x 29’11” (max) LANDING BEDROOM 3 6.06m (max) x 5.47m 19’11” (max) x 17’11” LARDER FAMILY ROOM 5.79m x 9.22m (max) 19’0” x 30’3” (max) LINEN WARDROBE BEDROOM 1 6.41m x 5.28m 20’2” x 17’4” LANDING RECEPTION HALL DRESSING ROOM EN-SUITE 1 North DINING ROOM 6.07m x 5.93m 19’11” x 19’5” ENTRANCE HALL 3.12m x 7.70m 10’3” x 25’3” DRAWING ROOM 6.28m x 7.70m (max) 20’7” x 25’3” (max) North EN-SUITE 4 BEDROOM 4 3.48m (max) x 5.92m 11’5” (max) x 19’5” EN-SUITE 2 BEDROOM 2 6.48m x 4.83m 21’3” x 15’10” E GARAGE USE GARAGE Approximate Gross Internal Area Main House: 7301 sq ft/679 sq m Garage & Annexe: 1110 sq ft/103 sq m Total: 8411 sq ft/782 sq m Approx. 8 Acres 3.24 Hectares ART HILL Approx. 8 Acres 3.24 Hectares Please note: Floor plans are not to scale & for illustrative purposes only. Bathroom & Kitchen layouts are subject to change. Dimensions are approximate. HART HILL