Secluded gardens, character & a regal location for this individual conversion in the Rangemore Hall Estate
20th August 2019
A most unique Grade II Listed character residence set within the prestigious setting of the Rangemore Hall Estate, benefitting from spacious and impressive interiors, three double bedrooms each with a private bath or shower room and superb outside space including private gardens, a double garage and regal communal grounds.
Pavilion House, Rangemore Hall Estate, Rangemore - Price Guide £520,000
Enjoying a peaceful and secluded spot, this character conversion dates back to 1878 and is formed by part of the kitchens and orangery originally serving the main Hall. The impressive interiors comprise a stunning drawing room with orangery skylight, dining kitchen with utility space, conservatory, three double bedrooms and three bathrooms, with the master also being serviced by a walk in wardrobe. All three bathrooms have been recently refitted within the past two years and there are remote controlled Velux skylights throughout the property providing plenty of natural light. Outside, the deceptively spacious Pavilion House enjoys an elegant approach by a sweeping driveway leading through the communal grounds to an electric gated entrance servicing Pavilion House and one other property. Within the gated entrance, the property benefits from gardens, parking and a double garage, with further lawned gardens to the rear and an attractive courtyard to the front.
The regal Rangemore Hall Estate lies just a short way from the popular village of Rangemore, home to a village primary school and village club set amidst picturesque Staffordshire countryside. Nearby amenities can be found in the village of Barton under Needwood, home to an array of shops, pubs, gift stores, cafes, churches, a pharmacy and village hall. The property is within the catchment for All Saints Primary in Rangemore which feeds into John Taylor High in Barton, both of which maintain an Ofsted ‘Outstanding’ report. The location provides convenient access to commuter routes including A38, A50 and M6 Toll, rail serviced from Lichfield provide direct links to Birmingham and London, and the International airports of Birmingham and East Midlands are both within an easy drive.