An impressive sandstone 7/8 bedroom country house Listed Grade II, occupying a private and mature garden setting close to village amenities and with excellent travel communications.
Hinderton Hall is an impressive period country house which dates from the middle of the 19th century and is listed Grade II as being of special architectural and historic importance. The Hall and original estate were built for a Christopher Bushell, a successful wine merchant and local politician who originated from Liverpool.
The present owner has resided at the Hall as a family house since 2004 and maintained the property to a good standard during their tenure. The building is constructed of sandstone under a slate roof with ashlar quoins and dressings, gables and of particular note is the tower. The roof is steeply pitched as is often the case with Waterhouse’s buildings.
Internally, the building offers superbly proportioned and impressive accommodation arranged essentially over four floors, including the basement. There are tremendous period details including high plaster moulded ceilings, period doors, floors and fireplaces and an impressive turned staircase with vaulted ceiling and picture window leading to a galleried landing.
A separate annexe comprises of living room, double bedroom and en-suite shower room. There is also a delightful detached 2 Bedroom Cottage, all set in Landscaped gardens and grounds with woodland to approximately 3 acres.
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