This magnificent Grade II Listed country house offers superb proportions and elegant style. Peterstow Manor is a handsome Grade II Listed manor house, set in the village of Peterstow in the heart of the Wye Valley. The property, which dates to 1541 with 18th century additions forming the main part of the house, provides seven bedrooms and 7,500 square feet of beautifully appointed accommodation, with elegant, understated décor and splendid original details. The dramatic hallway sets the tone, running from front to back door with impressive ceiling height, original details, pleasing décor, and generous proportions. These themes continue throughout. The...property boasts huge sash windows, creating a wonderful sense of light and space. The ground floor has six spacious, comfortable reception rooms including the wonderful drawing room and dining room, with their south-facing bay windows, wooden flooring, and original fireplaces. There is also a dual aspect study, a glass-roofed breakfast room adjoining the kitchen and a sunny conservatory overlooking the beautiful garden. The kitchen itself has attractive units, granite worktops, a central island, and integrated appliances including a double oven and an induction hob with an extractor hood. The ground floor also has a health spa, with a sauna and a training area/gym space. The first floor has seven double bedrooms, including the huge principal bedroom, which has a dual aspect, fitted storage, and an ensuite shower room. All the further six bedrooms are ensuite, while the ground floor has a further shower room. The property has a cellar, providing storage, including an original stone-built wine cellar with an arched, brick ceiling. Other features include mains electricity and water, oil-fired central heating, septic tank drainage, and ultra-fast fibre broadband. Only items known as fixtures and fittings will be included in the sale. Certain items such as garden ornaments, carpets and curtains may be available by separate negotiation. Wayleaves, rights of way and easements: The property will be sold subject to and with the benefit of all wayleaves, easements, and rights of way, whether mentioned in these particulars or not. The property is set in magnificent landscaped gardens and grounds, which include a hard tennis court, immaculate lawns, and some majestic mature trees. Of particular note is the immense Cedar of Lebanon, thought to be one of the oldest in the country. At the front of the property, a long tarmac driveway leads to the house and a parking area for several vehicles. The garden to the front, side and rear of the house includes manicured lawns, paved and gravel pathways, and terracing. Beyond the garden, views extend to the surrounding fields and countryside. The adjoining field, with entrance points from the property, access lane and the main road, provides scope for use as a paddock or simply as amenity land for the property.
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