- Four reception rooms
- Four/five bedrooms; two en suite
- Poggenpohl kitchen with Gaggenau appliances
- Poggenpohl utility room with Miele appliances
- Integral triple garage
- Professionally landscaped gardens
- Three phase electrical supply
Craig Hall is a substantial house of 4,300 sq. ft. in a plot of approximately 1.35 acres adjacent to Aspley Heath woods and the Duke of Bedford's woodland. The setting is peaceful and secluded with direct access to the woods. The price revision followed refusal of planning consent for a separate dwelling in the garden.
The property is double glazed throughout with cavity insulation and a three phase electrical supply. It is well presented throughout and has a light and spacious feel due to the high ceilings and natural light from an abundance of windows.
Spacious Entrance Hall
The front door opens into an impressive central entrance hall which has a sweeping solid oak staircase rising to a galleried landing and doors leading to the formal reception rooms. The feature gunmetal fireplace provides a focal point.
Drawing Room and Dining Room
The drawing room has a triple aspect with French doors opening to the rear terrace and a modern inset wood burner. Double oak doors lead to the dining room which also has French doors opening to the rear terrace.
Kitchen and Living Area
The heart of the house has an open plan flow across the kitchen, sitting room and conservatory. The contemporary Poggenpohl kitchen has Labrador Antique granite worktops, limestone flooring with underfloor heating and an extensive range of wall and base units which include two pull out larders. The Gaggenau fitted appliances include main oven, steam oven, coffee machine and dishwasher. The central island has a range of motion assisted drawers along with a round inset Corian sink with both a Quooker boiling tap and a filtered water tap. There are also three double ring induction hobs with twin pop up extractor fans. The main bank of wall units houses the double height fridge and there is also a Sub-Zero drawer unit. A window seat is built in to enhance the look and feel of the kitchen, and there is a large dining area. The sitting room has an inset wood burner and doors leading in to the conservatory.
Rear Hallway and Utility Room
The rear hallway has a second staircase to the first floor, doors to the garage and utility room and a glazed door to the courtyard. The utility room is fitted with Corian worktops, Poggenpohl wall and base units and an integrated Miele microwave and a Miele washing machine and tumble dryer. Louvered cupboard doors conceal the twin floor mounted gas fired boilers.
The dual aspect master bedroom has a large en suite and both have been recently refurbished. The en suite has a bath, walk-in shower, double wash basins, WC and bidet, limestone tiles with underfloor heating and walnut wardrobes with mirror fronted sliding doors.
A light and airy bedroom with views over the rear garden. It has double wardrobes and a fully tiled wet room.
Further Bedrooms and Family Wet Room
Bedrooms three and four are double rooms with bedroom four having two double wardrobes. The family wet room has a walk-in shower, a wash basin, a WC, a bidet and a heated towel rail.
A room currently used as a study/media room which could easily be converted to a bedroom suite as it is pre-plumbed. It is a light, half vaulted room with oak flooring, four waist height storage cupboards and double doors onto a balcony overlooking the courtyard.
The entrance to Craig Hall is on Church Road, Aspley Heath. Two five bar gates open onto a private drive that descends through the trees to the front of the property where there is parking for several cars. The professionally landscaped front garden is tiered and contains many mature and semi mature trees and shrubs with raised lawn areas, herbaceous borders and large Westmoreland stone boulders. Double wrought iron gates at the south east side of the house give access to a paved parking court and the rear gardens. There is parking for numerous vehicles and a paved terrace outside two reception rooms. The triple garage has remotely operated up and over doors, a 'gardener's WC', power and light and personal doors to the rear gardens and rear hallway. It also houses the controls for the heating system. Double wrought iron gates lead to the rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn and contains mature trees and shrubs, a timber shed and a dell area with rhododendrons and native trees.