Guide price £795,000
Palladian in style, Buttles Lodge is believed to date back to the early 1830's, is Listed Grade II and believed to have been modelled on a temple in the grounds of Stowe House, Buckinghamshire. Built by Lady Anna Gore Langton, daughter of the 2nd Duke of Buckingham and Chandos, the building was formally an exit lodge serving the driveway towards Hatch Park and today forms part of this beautiful striking home. Elegant and immaculately presented accommodation includes a pillared entrance, an entrance lobby leading into a double storey entrance hall with turning staircase. The sitting room has a high stone mantelpiece, recessed arch and windows enjoying views over the gardens and a small office area off. There is also a cloakroom, a well fitted kitchen with a range of Shaker style cupboards. A particular feature of the property is the contemporary style dining room, which has three glazed elevations and of course enjoys glorious views over the gardens. The first floor landing leads to the principal bedroom, which has lovely outlooks and has an en suite shower room, there being two further bedrooms and a family bathroom. In addition to the main house, the orangery is built and designed in true keeping with the lodge and provides a vaulted ceilinged reception room enjoying a great deal of light. There is a recessed kitchen area well fitted and a bathroom. Stairs lead up to the study.
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