Badgemore Grange is a fine and handsome early 19th century country house of wonderful proportions. The principal rooms are all of great quality with generous ceiling heights and tall sash windows in bays, all of which contribute to the unique feel of this lovely country home.
Badgemore Grange is approached across a sweeping gravel drive with beautiful topiaried Yew bushes and informal garden/flower meadows to the left.
The gardens at Badgemore Grange are broadly compartmentalised into private areas with some beautiful walling and further mature hedging to divide them. There are some magnificent trees within the grounds including Cedar of Lebanon, Wellingtonia, lime, cherry and oak amongst others. Lightly cut paths meander through the informal gardens around towards the eastern boundary of the garden, where it again becomes formal, laid principally to lawn, the highlights being the Wellingtonia and Cedar of Lebanon trees. Topiaried Yew and other neatly mature hedging provide great form and interest in this part of the garden, with a well stocked herbaceous border and handsome magnolias.
Spacious family house with high ceilings
Outstanding gardens & grounds
Tennis Court with lovely views
1 bedroom guest cottage
Woodland & paddocks
Lot 2 – 2 bedroom cottage by separate negotiation
In all about 9.25 acres
Guide price £4.95 million /$6.61 million
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