A Grade II Listed, Georgian location house in South Devon.
Built in 1796 the two-story house retains its period furnishings dating to the early nineteenth century. The house also holds and maintains the extensive memorabilia and paintings of the Lord Seaton Field Marshall to the Duke of Wellington who lived at the Estate.
The house comprises 7 bedrooms, large dining room, 2 drawing rooms and library featuring stunning Sir Walter Crane wallpaper, 3 bathrooms, kitchen and cellar and large entrance hall with a decorated skylight.
The house that spans over 1500sqM is set within 180 acres of privately secluded and stunning parkland, comprising open lawns with fountain, walled gardens, stone terraces, stable yard, chapel, lakes, fields and woodland.
The estate has a 2.5m wide gated entrance accessible to large vehicles and ample onsite parking space. The house has been featured for film, photography shoots, theatre and music.
The property is 2 hours drive from Bristol and 4.5 hours from London.
Nearest Rail: Plymouth Station
Parking: On site parking for 20+ vehicles.