Set in over 5 acres of formal gardens within the Duke of Northumberland's 150-acre parkland. Albury Park Mansion designed by Augustus Pugin (designer of Houses of Parliament) and Sir John Soane (Bank of England) the magnificent principle residence now fully restored and finished to the highest specification offers three bedrooms, allocated parking space and double garage.
Spacious, 42-foot-long drawing room with marble fireplace. French doors lead to a private terrace and parterre garden offering views over the sweeping lawns.
The stylish bespoke kitchen is generously appointed with Miele appliances. Large enough for dining and a breakfast bar with French doors leading to covered terrace.
The master suite has a central glazed atrium and private walled courtyard. The marble bathroom is a haven of bespoke luxury.
Bedroom 2 is a large double with fitted wardrobes and en-suite marble bathroom.
Bedroom 3/study is a mezzanine with feature barrel vaulted ceiling.
There is a guest powder room and utility area.
Lower Ground Floor: Extensive Tudor cellars offer a unique entertainment party space including a luxuriously appointed spa, sauna and hot tub, 'Vinyl Music Room' and original caged wine cellars.
A rare fusion of historic architectural grandeur and high specification contemporary design and technology to include: Cat 6 wiring, Sonos music system, Rako lighting, Porcelanosa sanitary ware and tiles. Vintage radiators have been stripped, dipped, tested and galvanised in gun metal. Bathrooms, and spa have underfloor heating.