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This is one of our Country Houses
High Orchard dates back to the mid 1950’s when we believe it was designed and built by the then City architect and has now been refurbished and re-modelled to create a stunning contemporary home. An exterior of Bath stone under a slate roof, limestone flooring in the ground floor receptions and bespoke oak doors, highlight just a few of the quality materials used throughout this unique home. A covered terrace leads to the reception hall with a full height window overlooking the garden and across to Ralph Allen House and Rainbow Woods beyond. This reception hall is so popular with guests it is often used as an alternative dining room although the dining room is also a great entertaining space with double doors leading to the rear garden. The drawing room divides perfectly with a cosy TV seating area and a further sitting area centred around a contemporary feature fire. The kitchen of High Orchard is of particular note with a beautifully crafted ‘Smallbone’ kitchen with oak units under a polished granite work surface. An impressive ‘Mercury’ cooker range, slate flooring and a cutting edge gas fire add to the interior design of this super kitchen. The first floor landing also forms part of the reception area with room for furniture and double doors opening to the balcony which benefits from far reaching views. The master bedroom suite once again has wonderful far reaching views and has a sumptuous bathroom designed by ‘Ripples’. The three further bedrooms also benefit from private luxury bathrooms adding to the unique elegance of this exceptional home.
Council Tax Band G.
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