A six-bed detached house in West Lancashire has hit the market.
This 10,000 square foot Southport mansion is designed to the exact specifications of a Tudor mansion, but with all the modern attributes a 21st century family could desire.
Extensive extensions and renovations to the Selworthy Road house took place in 2010 through renowned contractors Woodcare de Formby.
Complete with an orangery, six bedrooms, expansive lawned gardens and a Tudor style banquet hall, this is truly a unique home.
But it doesn’t come cheap, the property is priced at around £ 2.79million around its neck and is on the market with estate agents Chris Tinsley.
A spokesperson for the agents said: “The accommodation offers a host of pleasing features: engineered oak flooring, oak architraves and plinths, carved and ornate French oak interior doors made by the Woodcarvers Guild and the speakers. Monitor Audio ceiling lights compatible with ‘Sonos’.
“Planned on three levels, the accommodation briefly comprises, magnificent reception room with spiral staircase leading to the first floor landing, main living room, lounge and gymnasium, fabulous dining kitchen fitted with a range of bespoke and integrated appliances and giving access to a simple breath taking banquet hall and orangery, ideal for entertaining.
“The property has five bedrooms, all of which are en-suite with the master bedroom with walk-in closet, walk-in closet, en-suite bathroom and private balcony overlooking the rear gardens, the Royal Birkdale golf course and the Southport coastline at -of the.”
The house has a large entrance porch with stained glass and leaded side windows leading to a large entrance hall with a hand-built oak staircase.
The large ground floor includes a living room with a bay window overlooking the rear garden. It also features a live flame charcoal gas fireplace in an attractive, handcrafted limestone frame and hearth.
A nearby living room has exactly the same features with the bay window but with the gas fire placed in a polished marble fireplace.
The house has its own spacious gym with two glass fridges and built-in speakers.
In addition to a more moderate dining area, this stunning Tudor-style home has its own banquet hall.
The hall has travertine flooring with underfloor heating, it has arched stained glass windows, double doors to the garden, an expansive vaulted ceiling with decorative beams and royal beams and includes a gallery balcony.
It also features a stunning hand-carved limestone fire frame with an open grate and brick interior. A stained glass window and a double leaded door open onto an orangery.
The main kitchen is fitted with oak units, a huge range of built-in appliances including a Smeg cooking station with seven burners, a hob and two large ovens, a hood above.
The kitchen also has a stainless steel ice maker, double wine cooler, pantry fridge and freezer. It also has an island unit with a granite top incorporating a breakfast bar for four, an additional Smeg oven.
A small cloakroom, toilet and additional kitchen are also located on the first floor.
Three electric shutter doors, tiled floor, recessed lighting. Storage cabinet “Main” central heating boiler and non-ventilated hot water tank.
The upstairs master bedroom opens to a private balcony overlooking the rear garden and the nearby gold course with the coastline just beyond. It also has its own toilet with jacuzzi, a walk-in closet and a walk-in closet.
The remaining five bedrooms also have their own adjoining toilets, one of which contains additional changing rooms.
In addition to a garage, the house has a spacious drive protected by electronically controlled gates and sufficient parking for several vehicles.
The back garden has a broadly paved York and Indian stone patio, steps leading up to the lavender and rose garden, with an ornamental boxwood hedge and pond.