Woodside House is a Grade II listed Georgian Manor House, built in circa 1825 – 1830. In the mid-19th Century the house was extended further to provide extra wings on the garden and rear elevations. The house is predominantly built of red brick elevations with attractive sash windows, under a low pitch slate roof, and has many historical character features.
Woodside House was previously used as offices by the Brick Development Association when they purchased it in 1977, it was then sold in 2008. The current owners then reinstated the property back to use as a family home. On the ground floor the reception rooms boast high ceilings, handsome fireplaces and large sash windows, all of which create particularly elegant and bright spaces, ideal for entertaining. A fine orangery leads out onto the gardens, with views over the lake
The current owners have also re arranged the layout to create a fantastic kitchen with utility, pantry, 2 store rooms and separate breakfast room. There is an assortment of other rooms including a study, two offices, a games room and a laundry room.
The first floor has a light and spacious master bedroom suite with dressing room and a second Principal bedroom with ensuite shower room and dressing room. There are a further 9 bedrooms (2 guest suites) and 1 large family bathroom. Also on this floor there is a further sitting room and linen room, both could be easily converted into further bedroom accommodation if required. All of the bedrooms have large sash windows overlooking the gardens, offering stunning views.
Gardens and Grounds
The gardens and grounds of Woodside House extend to over 10 acres. An impressive gated drive way gives access to the property off Woodside Road.
The driveway sweeps round to the Eastern side of the house onto a large parking area, that sits between the house and outbuildings. Gated access to the southern side of the house leads to manicured terrace lawns with a variety of shrubs, hedges and trees including an impressive Beech tree and Holm oak.
The current owners have erected a large pergola to the western side of the house, with an array of climbing plants producing a wall of colour, particularly in the summer months. There are two further enclosed paddocks; one to the south of the house with a small field shelter and the other to the east which is directly accessed from the outbuildings.
Approximate Square Feet:
Lot Acres: 10.2