Greys Manor is a Grade II listed Edwardian Country Home, nestled in 60 acres of private land, with 7 estate cottages, a separate farm with stables and yard, all within an attractive rural setting in open countryside.
The main house was seriously damaged by fire in 2010, and the interiors have been painstakingly restored to their former glory by the current owner.
Approached through a wide arch with wrought iron gates, flanked by two lodge cottages, the driveway is lined with horse chestnut and lime trees, leading to a gravel sweep by the front entrance of the house.
An octagonal shaped entrance porch leads to lobby, and further to the entrance hall, off from which are the principal reception rooms. The grand hall, the tv room and sitting room all connect via double doors. An inner lobby leads to the study, and also to the verandah overlooking the gardens to the south. A corridor leads from the main hall to the dining room and to the kitchen which has a fabulous original scullery, and onto the snug and other ancillary rooms. There is another covered verandah off the corridor providing views over the gardens to the west.
On the first and second floors are a total of 16 bedrooms. The master bedroom suite on the first floor occupies what was three large bedrooms, now all interlinked to create one fabulous, oak panelled masterpiece.
Nearest Rail: Warwick / Leamington Spa - both 3 miles away.
Parking: Ample parking on site.