Completed in 1907 this Edwardian style house was previously renovated and completed to the exacting standards of the day for the famous Greenall brewing family.
Constructed of brick with stone quoins under a slate roof the property is a fine Edwardian manor house situated in private mature grounds having extensive and versatile accommodation throughout, with six reception rooms and eight bedrooms.
The accommodation is spread over three floors. The second floor is currently being used as a guest suite.
The property is situated on the rural edge of Carlton Scroop, in Heath Lane, with close amenities in neighbouring villages.
Standing in its own private grounds the property is surrounded by formal gardens, wooded borders and mature hedging.
There is a separate access out on to Heath Lane in the village.
Woodland paths lead through to the established wooded borders and a paved courtyard garden with a central water feature, seating area with low level walling and paved wash-away.
The gardens and ornate pond with stone slab surrounds form part of a further patio area.
The wooded areas are well planted with a variety of trees including several species of heritage trees plus mature shrubs giving seclusion and privacy to the whole property.