- 4 Bedroom family home with 3 reception rooms
- Mature lawned gardens
- Double detached garage
The beautiful stone-built Manor House is a grand residence that retains many of the original features from when the three-storey property was built in the 1750s by the 3rd Duke of Portland.
Presented by the majestic 175ft (53m) entrance drive, with detached garage and third of an acre grounds, this is a tranquil location for the family, who will without a doubt love this setting.
The property has a family room and hand made feature kitchen, and the real highlight is the large new orangery at the front, which has the flexibility to be used as a dining area, a sunroom, or reception room.
Floor plans and brochures
Large full-width Georgian-style orangery across the whole front elevation of the property giving full views over the gardens and parkland beyond.
Two-storey Georgian-style Manor House originally built by the 3rd Duke of Portland in 1750 and the first house built in High Oakham.
Very spacious family room with breakfast kitchen and adjoining living room with south-facing stone bay window retaining original features with connecting door to the orangery.
Spacious hallway with utility and WC off leading to back door and the rear courtyard.
First floor has master bedroom with en-suite and south-facing stone bay window, second bedroom and substantial family bathroom.
Second floor has two further spacious double bedrooms, a second family bathroom and an impressive gallery landing.
Like all the homes at High Oakham Park, the house is accessed via a private drive, and has CCTV and an intercom at the gates.