Listed Grade II being of architectural and historic importance, Kimbrook House has been meticulously refurbished and modernised by the current owners. The original house is Georgian of origin and dates from the late 17th Century. A new façade with rusticated stone quoins was added in the late 19th Century providing an elegant symmetry.
More recently the house has been redesigned to combine the traditional feel of the original house with a unique, contemporary twist. Most notable is the fully glazed family room linking the house with the garden and incorporating a stunning, suspended wood burning stove. The roof is a copper canopy with a bio-diverse green roof, successfully softening the impact of the new addition.
The house as a whole is finished on simple clean lines and combines light and spacious reception space with comfortable bedroom accommodation on the first and second floors.
Outside the gardens and grounds are beautifully landscaped, laid mostly to lawn and studded with a selection of mature evergreen and deciduous trees, including some magnificent Wellingtonia which form part of an avenue leading to Kimbolton Castle. To the south is a generous area of meadow, adjoining a newly planted orchard. There is also an all-weather tennis court.
Property Features Include: Historic Home
Approximate Square Feet:
Lot Acres: 3.5