A handsome Grade II listed house extending to c.3,000 sq ft, retaining many character features whilst offering scope for improvement.
Wendlebury Lodge is part of the original Wendlebury House and according to the listing status, the property dates from the early eighteenth century, but may have earlier origins.
The property is approached by a gravel drive with a path way leading to steps and the front door. The tiled entrance hall has doors leading to various rooms, the first of which is used as a study. The impressive dining room has large windows at both ends and a wood burning stove set in a stone fireplace providing a lovely focal point. The kitchen has newly fitted cream base and wall units and enjoys views across the gardens. Door lead from the kitchen to the generously proportioned conservatory with a terracotta tiled floor and double door opening on to the rear patio and garden beyond. The conservatory connects to a lobby with large cloakroom and pantry. A further reception room demands gravitas thanks to its high ceilings and double aspect windows.
On the first floor is a large and light filled master bedroom with sash windows, and an attractive fireplace. The stunning music room is exceptional in terms of size and light which streams through the striking triple aspect, jettied windows. The grandeur is completed by the eighteenth century fireplace.
The second floor exudes a different character, with exposed beams in the sloping ceiling. The largest room is double aspect with views over the gardens. Two further bedrooms and a shower room complete the accommodation.
At the front of the property, a high stone wall surrounds the garden. A gravel drive leads to the side of the property providing ample parking and access to the two garages to the rear.
The pretty garden is mainly laid to lawn, with mature shrubs and trees lining the wall which encloses the property. The private patio to the rear provides a perfect entertaining space.