• For Sale
  • Guide Price £1,200,000  
  • Build Size: 3,154 ft2
  • Property Type: Apartment
  • Property Style: 1 Level Ranch
  • Bedroom: 6
  • Bathroom: 4

----- Virtual Tour Available on Request ----- Bunces is a stunning Grade II listed property which is understood to have origins dating from circa 1540. The property has been sympathetically and stylishly improved and enlarged by the current owners. The house provides bright, interesting and well-arranged accommodation of some 3,154 sq.ft arranged over three floors. Features within the house include good overall ceiling heights for a property of its age, some beautiful oak and brick floors, wooden latch doors, a number of attractive fireplaces including a magnificent inglenook fireplace in the drawing room and a pretty decorative inglenook in the snug.

The kitchen has a partly vaulted ceiling and is fitted with an extensive range of limed oak fronted units with granite work surfaces and includes a timer controlled two-oven Esse range, electric oven and hob, larder cupboard, built-in dresser and dishwasher. Immediately adjacent to the kitchen is a good size breakfast room. A particular feature of the house is the vaulted garden hall with glazed link leading to the exceptionally spacious double aspect dining room which has a limestone floor with under-floor heating and bi-fold doors which run the length of the room leading to the garden giving a seamless connection between the house and garden. Arranged over the first and second floors is a principal suite, guest suite, four further bedrooms, a stunning family bathroom fitted with a Chadder & Co suite and a further shower room.

This property has 1.75 acres of land.

Adrian Passingham
Adrian Passingham Strutt & Parker
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Bunces, England, United Kingdom is a 3,154ft2 England luxury Apartment listed for sale Guide Price £1,200,000 . This high end England Apartment is comprised of 6 bedrooms and 4 baths. Find more luxury properties in England or search for luxury properties for sale in England.