AN 18TH CENTURY home in Lake has been brought to the open market for the first time in its history.

The Grange is a five bedroom Grade II listed house which has its own walled garden and grounds just shy of an acre. It is on the market for a guide price of £1,600,000.

Enjoying a peaceful and private setting within the Woodford Valley, the property is surrounded by its own gardens on three sides and has three garages, two stables and a wood store – which is ideal for the two wood-burning stoves in the home’s drawing and sitting rooms.

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Offering spacious accommodation over three floors, the property also has its own annex comprising a sitting room, bathroom and bedroom which provides additional accommodation.

In addition to the main reception rooms and inner hall, which offers access to the home’s large cellars, is a kitchen with a range of integrated appliances and quartz worktops.

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The drawing room has sash windows, original shutters and a part-glazed door that opens leads onto the front garden.

The principal bedroom suite, which has both a dressing room and an en suite shower room, is located on the first floor, along with two further bedrooms, a family bathroom and family shower room. On the top floor are two additional bedrooms.

The gardens at The Grange are predominantly walled, providing surroundings that are delightfully sheltered.

To the front is a level lawn, edged with herbaceous borders and mature trees and shrubs.

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Paul Cadge, property agent at Savills in Salisbury, who is handling the sale, says: “This has quite clearly been a much loved home and the current owners have done an excellent job in both retaining the property’s character and adding some excellent modern touches, such as the fitted kitchen and bathroom. I love the long history and varied architecture at The Grange, and the setting in the village is lovely.”

Viewings are strictly by appointment only. For more information, contact Savills Salisbury 01722 426820.


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