An impressive entrance hall with original glazed door, ornate panelling to the walls and tiled flooring with underfloor heating.

Take a look inside this magnificently restored Victorian Doncaster manor house worth £750, 000

If you have ever wanted to live in your own Victorian manson you will love this newest addition to the housing market.

By Jessica Dallison
Friday, 6th March 2020, 6:00 am
Updated Friday, 6th March 2020, 6:00 am

The Old Vicarage is in the heart of the village of Hooton Pagnell and has lots of original features.

A spokesman for Fine & Country, who is marketing the property for £750K, said: “A magnificently appointed period home, forming the principle part of the original Manor House dating from circa 1868 standing in private mature grounds extending to in excess of 1.5 acres.

The property is finished to the highest standard throughout having undergone a complete renovation by the current owners in recent years, retaining much of the original character and charm that has blended seamlessly with modern appliances and twenty first century living to create the perfect family home.

The spacious living accommodation is set over two floors and boasts grand reception rooms along with a beautifully appointed kitchen and garden room ground floor, with four bedrooms and two bathrooms to the first floor. Outside the property is entered through electric gates and leads onto a large gravel driveway as you approach the main house.

There is a double detached garage, mature woodland and extensive walled gardens. The property stands adjacent to the impressive Hooton Pagnell Hall and All Saints church.”

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