Key Information

  • 7 Bedrooms
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • 6 Reception Rooms

A stunning Manor House, Grade II listed Jacobean Manor surrounded by beautiful open countryside. Foscote Manor is a house of considerable historical importance. The Manor is mentioned in the Doomsday Survey, dating from the mid 17th Century with some late sympathetic 19th Century additions.

The house has a particularly fine staircase dating from circa 1640. along with fine paneling, ornate plasterwork and fireplaces marking its historical and architectural pedigree. The house has been completely restored and refurbished to provide a house suitable for comfortable family living as well as more formal entertaining. The House and Cottages sit in 39 Acres.

Ground floor- Heavy Oak studded door leads into a light and airy lobby with a limestone floor.

The Reception Hall is an impressive reception room overlooked by a galleried landing. Stone fireplace, parquet floor and stone mullion windows with leaded lights.

Stair case hall with ornate 17 century staircase with polished oak treads, wood parquet floor with storage and stairs down to the large wine cellar.

Drawing room with triple aspect making it a wonderful light space, overlooking the rose garden, forecourt and park. This room has two ornate fireplaces and stripped floor boards.

Dining room - double height dining room with an arched window ornate cornicing and half paneling. Door through to the garden porch with a heavy oak studded door to the garden terrace.

Sitting room with full height oak paneling and a beautiful fireplace

Family dining room with stripped oak floorboards and double doors onto the garden terrace

The kitchen is a stunning, light modern family kitchen with a stone floor and central island with a breakfast bar.

Family room with a full height stone mullion bay window overlooking the park and steps up to the sitting area with a fireplace containing a wood burner

First Floor - the ornate staircase leads to the galleried landing with its own fireplace

Master bedroom suite occupies the west and south wing of the house, looking on to the beautiful parkland. There is a sitting room, en-suite dressing room, en-suite bathroom with a roll top bath walk in shower and separate wc.

Guest bedroom 2, has a stone fireplace en-suite dressing room, another dressing room, en-suite bathroom, bath and walk in shower.

Guest bedroom 3 has and en-suite bathroom with a bath and extensive cupboard units.

Second floor comprises of for excellent bedrooms all of a good similar size

The cottages are situated under a tiled roof with a central stone clock tower, and are a short walk from the the Manor. Two of the cottages are in excellent condition and have individual lawned gardens, there are three parking spaces. Hidden from the house by a stone wall. All three of the cottages are under a tiled roof with a central stone clock tower. The other cottage is currently being renovated under a insurance claim.

Gardens and Grounds-To the east of the house is a substantial stone and brick walled garden a heated swimming pool is in the centre of the garden. The garden has a dovecote tower. A yew tree walk connects the formal and informal gardens and leads to a tennis court. The eastern side of the gardens are dominated by an ornamental lake, forming the water system which flows to a lower pond under the driveway. The lower pond forms the southern side of the gardens and is framed by mature trees. There is a classical rose garden, knot garden and topiary hedges enclosed by ornate fencing. From the western side of the house the terrace leads down to a raised lawn with classical box hedging and two ornate fountains connected by a stone channel. The large formal lawn slopes down to lower area beyond which is a wide area of parkland that runs down to a two acre lake and bluebell wood. Nearby is a courtyard, machinery store, vegetable garden and greenhouses.

Stable yard comprising of three traditional loose boxes one housing a boiler system. There are also four garages. An archway under the dovecote leads onto the kitchen garden and the land beyond. From the main stable there are six additional loose boxes.

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