Wing of Grade II Listed mansion goes on sale for £995,000

Palatial wing of Grade-II listed mansion complete with its own sauna and private lake goes on the market for £995,000

  • A wing of a Grade II-listed mansion complete with four bedrooms, a sauna and lake has gone on the market 
  • Property is part of the impressive Marley House, in Rafferty, outside Totnes, a bustling market town. 
  • Spread across four floors, the palatial pad has four en-suite bedrooms and ample space to entertain 

A wing of a Grade II-listed mansion nestled in the Devon countryside has gone on the market for £995,000. 

The four-bedroom property is part of the impressive Marley House, in Rafferty, outside Totnes, a bustling market town.  

Spread across four floors, the palatial pad boasts its own sauna, triple garage and spacious wine rack. It is set in 13.9 acres of land and benefits from breathtaking views and its own lake.  

Fit for a king! A wing of a Grade II-listed mansion nestled in the Devon countryside has gone on the market for £995,000. The four-bedroom property is part of the impressive Marley House, in Rafferty, outside Totnes, a bustling market town 

Grandeur: Guests enter on the ground floor where they are greeted by the large dining room (pictured) and imposing central staircase. The walls are decorated in a peacock wallpaper that is said to be similar to the one used in Buckingham Palace

Traditional with modern touches: The kitchen marries modernity with tradition, with granite countertops and a AGA, as well as a large wine rack and stained glass windows on the cupboards, pictured

Guests enter on the ground floor where they are greeted by the large dining room and imposing central staircase. The walls are decorated in a peacock wallpaper that is said to be similar to the one used in Buckingham Palace. 

Adjoining the dining room is the kitchen, which marries modernity and tradition, with a chandelier hanging over a granite central island with stools. 

The white cupboards are immaculate, and fitted with stained glass windows of different colours in another hint to the property’s past. It also comprises an AGA and a generously spaced wine rack. 

Dating back to the Georgian era, the wing comprises several lounges, perfect for entertaining. 

Downstairs in the lower ground floor there is a sauna and shower room with a separate utility closet. It also counts a reception room, currently used as a bar and TV room. 

Decadent: The windows of the lavish living-room are decorated with heavy velvet curtains, creating a cosy atmosphere 

The master bedroom’s en-suite as a shower, a free-standing bathtub and is decorated with tasteful sculptures and paintings 

The master bedroom has cream carpets, sash windows, a king size bed and a beautiful draped ceilling

Visitors will be greeted with a sweeping staircase and a marble fireplace as they enter the house, pictured

The master bedroom is located on the first floor, with sash windows and enough space for an extra large king-sized bed. Decorated in neutral tones, it has its own en-suite with his and hers sinks, a shower and a free-standing bathtub. 

On the same floor there is another reception room that is used as a cinema room, perfect for sleepovers and movie nights with guests. 

The three remaining bedrooms are located on the second floor and all come with en-suites. 

The grounds are just as spectacular. The estate boasts its own lake and 7.2 acres worth of paddock. The garage offers enough space for many guests to come park their cars on the safety of the property. 

The property counts 13.9 acres of land, its 7own lake and plenty of woodland. It also has a triple garage for guests 

The manicured landscape surrounding the property offers plenty of opportunity for relaxation 

A former chapel located on the land also offers extra storage should you need it.

The nature surrounding the house being the perfect setting for garden parties. 

Jonathan Mowday, Property Sales Negotiator and Valuer for Stags, Totnes, which is marketing the property, said: ‘There is a real sense of grandeur as you step out and look over the grounds with the stone pillars and original sash windows. 

‘It is very rare that a house of this stature comes to the market. It is a truly unique property.’        

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