A striking Grade II listed family house set in extensive grounds Delightful Grade II Listed country home Extensively renovated and modernised, retaining period character and charm Large airy reception rooms Two generous bedroom suites and four further bedrooms Private lawned gardens Triple garage and wooden workshop Off-road parking for multiple vehicles Potential to create self-contained one bedroomed accommodation STPP Balderton House is Grade II listed and was built in the mid 19th century by the renowned architect John Douglas as a cheese factory for the Duke of Westminster. Today the property offers excellent family accommodation with well proportioned rooms set over two floors. The spacious reception hallway rises to the full interior height of the house and gives to the main reception rooms of the property. The well appointed rooms include the sitting room with French doors to the walled south facing rear garden, the double aspect drawing room with twin French windows opening on to the side garden, the dining room and the study from which a staircase ascends to bedroom three. Off the hallway is also a guest cloakroom. The kitchen/breakfast room is fully fitted and has French doors leading to the terrace. A door opens into the rear hall leading to a spacious utility room with a staircase rising to bedroom six and door leading into the triple garage. This mezzanine area is currently used as a home gym, and could potentially be converted to self contained accommodation, with its own entrance and running water, subject to the necessary planning consents. Off the first floor galleried landing are five double bedrooms, two with en suite facilities. In addition there is a large family bathroom. The property is approached via a sweeping gravelled driveway which leads to a turning circle at the front of the property. The property sits well within its grounds which are mostly walled offering a good degree of privacy and security. At the rear it offers a private, sunny garden with fruit trees and a delightful terrace area. The cellar is also accessed from the rear garden. The triple garage and detached timber workshop are located to the rear of the property.