Imposing house is Grade II Listed

Worlington House ANL-140327-152544001
Worlington House ANL-140327-152544001

Worlington House in Worlington, is an impressive Grade II Listed village house with beautiful formal gardens which is believed to date back to Stuart times.

The timber framed property has painted gault brick and fishscale tiles under plain tiled roofs with gable and central chimneys.

A superb family home it has undergone extensive restoration but has retained a wealth of period features including sash windows, 19th century windows with flat-arched head, exposed timbers, open fireplaces and exposed floors.

Particular features of this imposing house, which is being marketed by Jackson-Stops and Staff for £1,125,000 include a reception hall, with ornate plaster ceiling and open fireplace, reception room, including a triple aspect drawing room with inglenook fireplace, sitting room with vaulted ceiling and a kitchen/breakfast room with Aga cooker and garden room. There are six bedrooms and six bath and shower rooms. There is also a cinema room and the house has two large cellars which provide dry storage one has built in wine racks the other houses the oil-fired boiler.

For more information call the agents on 01638 662231.