This attractive Rothschild style period house in Tring has stunning views over its own paddocks
Delightful Rothschild style house with about six acres
This attractive Rothschild style period house is on the market for £1,585,000 with Savills, Harpenden, on Rightmove.
This four-bedroom house, with about six acres, on Aylesbury Road, Tring, is located in a private setting with stunning views over its own paddocks and gardens.
Drayton Manor Lodge can be found on the very outskirts of Tring, approximately one mile from the High Street whilst enjoying immediate access onto a public bridleway/Byway which facilitates access to some of the best riding and walking the Chilterns has to offer.
Originally built in 1902, Drayton Manor Lodge typifies Rothschild architecture and was sympathetically extended about 18 years ago to create a beautiful family home, enjoying stunning views over its own paddocks and gardens.
The sitting room is both light and spacious and features a light oak floor and French doors which open due west onto the gardens, ideal to enjoy the afternoon and evening sun.
The Farmhouse style kitchen/dining room is perfectly in keeping with the era offering plenty of space for entertaining. A walk through Pantry gives access to the utility room and from the kitchen, a rear lobby leads to a w/c and the lounge.
A good size study or snug offers a variety of uses and looks onto the driveway and stables at the front. On the first floor, there are four double bedrooms arranged around the landing, there is also a family bath room, and the master bedroom has an en suite shower.
The property is accessed via a five-bar gate which leads onto a gravelled driveway. The paddocks, directly opposite the house and gardens, are enclosed and divided by post and rail fencing totalling approximately six acres.
There is a large enclosed chicken pen and vegetable garden behind the stables as well as a further range of storage sheds.
For those seeking an equestrian property, there are three paddocks and a stable yard comprising four loose boxes, connected with power and water, along with a tack room and hay barn.
Take a virtual tour of the property by scrolling through our gallery.