Thought to date back to 1645 this incredible country estate is on the market for £3,900,000 featuring a pool, stables, cottages and outbuildings. 

Nonsuch House is a Grade II listed William and Mary former hunting lodge, though over the years there have been significant additions made to the property - a number of buildings within the stable block have been converted, the house divided and adjoining properties retained.

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The initial lot sitson a tear-jerking 59.4 acres of private park and woodland whilst the second lot comprises of 27.24 acres of farmland which together is described as ideal for hosting a shoot. 

The main house is extensive and grand, it boasts all the characteristics of a traditional English country home. 

Throughout the house there are numerous period features including beautiful fireplaces, panelling, mouldings and a stamped Spanish leather wall covering in the hall.

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On the ground floor there is a grand reception hall which leads to the imposing sitting room, drawing room and dining room.

Assumingly less loved areas of the property include the kitchen, utility/scullery and butler’s pantry which are in need of some modernisation. 

Beneath the ground floor you can find traditional wine cellars, ideal for all the £5 plonc on offer in Tesco. 

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On the first floor there are 5 double bedrooms plus a single bedroom.

There is also a large wood-pannelled study, shower room and two family bathrooms.

On the second floor, there are three further bedrooms and two attic rooms with potential for conversion to further bedrooms.

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The east wing of the house has been separated, although it can easily be reincorporated back into the central living accomodation. 

Additional properties include Stable End which is a two-bedroom cottage, there is also a one-bedroom flat as well as a gate cottage with two-bedrooms. 

There are a further two residential properties on the site. 

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Along with this, there are a number of outbuidings and a prive stable yard providing garaging, tack rooms, office and nine boxes. Beyond there is a traditional barn and a small range of agricultural buildings.

More information can be found on Rightmove. 

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