Radnor House, The Headlands
Property SummaryA very rare opportunity to acquire this handsome Georgian property in the extremely popular village of Downton. We understand Radnor House was first built in c1750, with later Victorian additions, a great deal of character remains within the house which offers a huge amount of potential. The extensive accommodation comprises impressive entrance hallway, three reception rooms, kitchen with pantry, ground floor shower room, four bedrooms, bathroom and separate WC. Radnor House sits within its own plot which provides a good level of privacy, within the garden are outbuildings (including a 7m x 5.5m detached barn), which also offers huge amounts of scope. Located in the immensely popular village of Downton, Radnor House is within walking distance of sought after schools, convenience store, butchers, café, public house and village church. An early viewing is advised for those looking for a quality character home on which they can put their own stamp.
Proceed to Downton on the A338, proceed through the traffic lights where Radnor House can be found on the left hand side.
Entrance Hall (4.2m x 2.10m)
Impressive, welcoming entrance. Telephone point. Semi-circular fan light. Double radiator. High level electric fuses.
Stairs to first floor. Range of storage cupboards.
Reception Room (3.95m x 4m)
Secondary glazed window to front. Fireplace with inset log burner with tiled hearth. Double radiator. Exposed ceiling beams.
Sitting Room (4m x 3.65m)
Secondary glazed window to front aspect. Inglenook fireplace with inset log burner with exposed brickwork and feature bench seats. Dresser cupboards to either side. Two radiators. Exposed ceiling beams and picture rail. Door to dining room.
Dining Room (5.2m x 3.65m)
Windows to rear and side. Open fireplace. Double radiator. Built in cupboards. Exposed ceiling beams. Door to:
Kitchen (3.65m x 2.85m)
Range of oak fronted wall and base units with worksurface over. Inset stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Space for oven. Window and door to rear. Double radiator. Arch to:
Pantry (1.7m x 1.65m)
Window to side. Power and light. Heating controls.
Side door to rear garden. Door to:
Downstairs Shower Room
Concealed cistern WC, wall mounted thermostatic shower control and floor drain. Fully tiled walls and floor. Window to side aspect. Radiator. Ceiling spotlights.
Window to rear aspect.
Drop down access to loft.
Bedroom One (4m max x 3.95m max)
Secondary glazed window to front aspect. Double radiator. Built in double wardrobe, range of low level cupboards with inset vanity basin over.
Bedroom Two (5m max x 3.75m)
Twin windows overlooking the rear garden. Built in wardrobes with stripped wooden doors. Radiator. Sink unit with splashbacks. Exposed ceiling beams.
Bedroom Three (4m x 3m ext to 3.75m)
Secondary glazed window to front aspect. Double radiator. Feature built in double cupboard.
Bedroom Four (4m max x 2.9m)
Secondary glazed window to front aspect. Double radiator.
Family Bathroom (3.65m x 2m ext to 2.6m))
Double ended ‘jacuzzi’ style bath with hand held shower attachment. Separate shower enclosure with thermostatic control, vanity basin with marble counter and concealed cistern WC. Marble tiles. Full height airing cupboard and medicine cabinet. Ceiling spotlights.
Concealed cistern WC and wall mounted basin. Half height tiled walls. Extractor fan.
The property has pedestrian access with a stone pathway leading to the front door and side. To one side of the path is a very well stocked front garden, to the other is a screening hedge. Double wooden gates provide vehicular access to the expansive gravel driveway/turning area providing parking for several vehicles. Screened oil tank. Double wrought iron gates lead to the side/rear garden.
The side and rear garden are very well enclosed by a substantial wall which provides a good level of privacy. Mainly laid to lawn the garden is interspersed with a range of mature trees and shrubs. From the kitchen door a pathway gives access to the outbuildings and also a patio area (located outside the dining room and rear lobby). A gravel pathway provides access to the front garden.
Barn (7m x 5.5m)
Pedestrian doors to front and side. Windows to front and side. Power and light. Staircase to loft storage.
Boiler Room (2.25m x 1.35m)
Floor mounted Worcester oil fired boiler. Plumbing and space for washing machine and tumble dryer. Power and light.
Workshop (3.35m x 3.47m)
Part timber/part brick construction. Double wooden doors to rear and window to side. Power and light.
We understand that Radnor House also owns the tarmacadum area directly outside it’s front garden wall, although prospective purchasers will need to confirm the boundaries with their legal representative.