Reddish house is an exquisite example of the English country house. Constructed of mellow red brick under a clay tile roof it exhibits a number of classical features including two Corinthian pilasters carrying a pediment and entablature over the front door and a bust (reputed to be of Charles II) and angle quoins. •

There is a rich historical archive, curated by Sir Cecil Beaton, perhaps Reddish House’s most illustrious occupant. The deeds relating to the house between 1599 and 1823 survive complete and from the abstracts made by the county archivist it is possible to trace the outline of the properties descent over a period of about 380 years. The house was largely rebuilt between 1717 – 1720 by Jeremiah Cray, Clothier and John Coombs a Mercer. •

In the 1930’s it was the home of the parents of British artist Christopher Wood, recognised now as one of our leading 20th century artists. It has twice featured in editorial pages of Country Life, firstly in 1957 and the garden most recently in 2019. •

The key features of this property are – Exquisite Queen Anne architecture – Private gardens and water meadow for summer picnics – A secure family hub with main house and two other cottages -Garaging -Village location and yet very private
-Grade ii* Listed
– Major 20th Century historical and artistic provenance •

Guide price £4 million/ $5.07 Million •

To purchase Please contact Savills @lindsayhcuthill for more information •

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