Flore House, Northamptonshire
The property is Flore House in Northamptonshire and is a Grade II listed Jacobean Hunting Lodge. It is set in 5 acres of garden to include a parterre. Separating the garden from the 14 acres of parkland, within the parkland is a lake and meadow. The house has many original features to include; fireplaces, a range cooker, Thomas Crapper thunderboxes and a Victorian shower. The main living accommodation comprises of a double height entrance hall with grand staircase, morning room, dining room, billiards room, library, kitchen, snug, family room, 6 bedrooms (one master bedroom suite and a further en suite bedroom) and a family bathroom. There are also extensive cellars, a servants wing and a servants attic. The interior style of the property is an eclectic mix of classic, contemporary with a little bit of unusual thrown into the mix.