Stoneleigh is a unique and impressive Victorian house in the popular small town of Northam.
The house dates back to 1881, was designed by prominent architect of the time William Bryden and sits at the end of its own private sweeping drive, surrounded by well-kept mature gardens.
The house is comfortable, striking and well loved.
Downstairs: large front hall with restored tessellate floor tiles, off which sitting room (woodburning stove, ornate ceiling, smart TV) drawing room (gas fire, TV), games room with pool table (gas fire), gaming room (xbox one console, TV).
Kitchen with 5 door Aga, (dishwasher, electric cooker, gas hob, fridge, microwave) pantry with freezer, utility with washing machine.
Former library, overlooking the garden, now a large formal dining area (dining table/chairs).
Ground floor shower room (suite)
Upstairs: sweeping staircase from hall up to a landing, off which are six bedrooms, all with sash windows and views over the gardens: - a super kingsize double with four poster bed and en suite bathroom (suite) – super kingsize double with en suite shower, twin with en-suite shower, two further twins.
Bathroom with (bath, separate shower, washbasin, WC).
In the rear courtyard, a stones throw from the main house is Cider Cottage, a self-contained suite with double bed and small kitchenette (fridge) and en-suite cloak room
Completing the accommodation is a two-bedroom coach house, close to the main house but completely private: Sitting room with woodburning stove, basic kitchen (fridge, freezer, dishwasher, electric oven, microwave).
Two bedrooms, a kingsize double with shower and a twin with basin.
Family bathroom (suite with separate shower).
Ground floor WC.
Professional catering available.
Damages Deposit £500.
Arrival after 4pm.
Stoneleigh is a unique and remarkable home from home, ideal for large gatherings of friends or family.