TAKE a look inside this £4million, 7-bedroom house that has gone up for sale in Broad Chalke. 

The "very private" grade-II listed building comes complete with a main house and two other cottages, as well as "private gardens and water meadow for summer picnics".

Listed on onthemarket.com, the main house has a "spacious and light filled entrance reception hall with working fireplace", and a sitting room/study is situated to the right with working fireplace. 

There is also a Carriage room which "works very well either as a library, home office, media room or further bedroom".

A shallow rising staircase from the ground floor reveals a mezzanine floor with a spacious library/landing which in turn leads to the large drawing room. This room has been extended and enhanced with curved wall and pillars, and another working fireplace.

The conservatory/winter garden leads off the drawing room back into the dining room which is also close to a Butlers pantry with dumb waiter. 

A bedroom and bathroom is also on this floor.

There is a first floor master bedroom suite with large bathroom and dressing room, and a staircase that leads to the attic floor which could be used as an occasional bedroom and has a bathroom situated in the original cock fighting cages.

In the 1930's, the house was the home of the parents of British artist Christopher Wood.

It has twice featured in editorial pages of Country Life, firstly in 1957 and the garden most recently in 2019.

The cottages in the grounds have been restored to allow for "single or multiple occupation".

Currently arranged with kitchen drawing room and dining room with four bedroom suites large utility snug gym and storage.

There are nearly six acres of grounds and gardens, "combining expansive lawns and ancient trees with a variety of sheltered walled garden rooms".

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