And if the above wasn’t enough, the property also includes a self-contained three-four bedroom cottage complete with three reception rooms, a fully-fitted first floor kitchen, a utility room and bathroom.
Traditional chimney stacks and a sweeping gravel drive make for an impressive entrance way.
Hallways don’t get much grander than this. The boxed wall panelling, imposing wooden staircase and midnight blue flagstone flooring combine to create a big interiors impact.
This beautifully proportioned reception room has an impressive fireplace at its centre complete with Jotul wood-burning stove. Each window offers views out to the surrounding landscaped gardens.
With exposed wooden beams and a double Belfast sink it’s clear eat-in kitchen has been sympathetically renovated. The central island is the perfect place to enjoy a spot breakfast. And as you’re munching on your morning toast, you’ll also be kept nice and toasty by the under-floor heating.
A room as elegant as this is crying out for a statement bed frame, and that’s just what it’s got. The exposed brick fireplace opposite is an ideal spot to house your collection of pillar candles. An en-suite bathroom is an added bonus.
Yes that is an outdoor heated pool you can spy on the left! And that’s not the only one thing that to marvel at in this property’s pretty formal gardens and grounds.
Fitness fans will also love the all-weather tennis court, while those who like to take things at a more leisurely pace will enjoy a stroll in the series of adjoining Garden Rooms including the Rose and Peony Garden, the Mediterranean Garden and the Yew Garden.
Hales Place is currently on the market with agents Savills, with a guide price of £4.5 million.