Ettington Hall is a Grade II Listed Victorian property dating from late 19th Century. Built of stone, the house is an imposing property full of character and with many traditional features of its period. These include high ceilings, shuttered and sash windows, tiled floors, open fireplaces, intricate cornicing and stained glass windows.
The house is approached off Rookery Lane through stone pillars with wrought iron gates, from where a gravel drive leads to the front of the property. Within a porch is the front door, opening into an impressive reception hall, off which is a cloakroom, snug and dining room. An archway leads through to a staircase hall with stairs to the first floor. Off this hall is the drawing room, library and study. At the back of the house is the fully fitted kitchen with Aga with an adjacent breakfast room. Close by is the utility room and along a short passage, a door through to the integral flat which comprises sitting room, bedroom 8 and an en-suite bathroom.
From the staircase hall the impressive staircase rises to the first floor and the bedroom accommodation. There is a master bedroom with en-suite and dressing room and six further bedrooms, four of which are en-suite. Bedrooms 5 & 6 share a bathroom and could easily be converted into a larger master bedroom.
The gardens and grounds extend to about two acres and are a particular feature of Ettington Hall. The gardens are beautifully presented with level lawns, well-established trees, shrubs and extensively planted borders, providing a magnificent array of colour. The lawns surround the house on three sides and within the garden is a swimming pool with pool house, divided into a changing room and bar, with an adjacent hard tennis court. Opposite the kitchen and approached over the terracing is a garden room, suitable as an external office or for summer dining. In the southern corner of the garden is extensive garden storage, greenhouse and a secondary access onto Rookery Lane. There is also a dovecote.
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