Wick Court is a fine Grade I listed Jacobean Manor house, and benefiting from the purity of the original 17th Century design without later additions and offers a wealth of architectural details including stone mullioned windows set within the rendered elevations with a fine central gabled porch supported on Doric columns. The only addition is believed to be the rear entrance porch. Created to give access from the (original) drive to the house. This drive was discontinued in the 19th Century. The property offers great appeal as both a home and an historic building. The renovated and greatly improved accommodation is arranged over three floors with cellars within the lower ground floor. There are superb panelled reception rooms arranged around the central halls and ornately carved Jacobean oak staircase and a first floor drawing room all providing excellent entertaining space. The kitchen has been hand built with reclaimed wood and has an oil fired Aga and a door to the garden. There are seven bedrooms and four bathrooms. Ancillary Accommodation Adjacent to the main house is circa 5,400 square feet of ancillary accommodation with the benefit of C2 listing and a ‘Permitted use certificate’ allowing residential use. This includes a two storey former coach house and extensive single storey area. Previously used for a residential study/conference centre and a gym. The building has potential for redevelopment for a number of alternative uses, subject to obtaining all the necessary consents. Wick Court is approached via a private drive which terminates to the south of the house with open lawn running down to the River Boyd and ornate wrought iron gates set in a high stone surround and a flag stone path to the front door. The enclosed kitchen garden to the east is accessible from the front of the house and the kitchen. Open lawns with Yew tree and clipped Yew tree hedge with archway leads to a paved courtyard garden. Beyond is a copse and further area of garden which wraps around the annexe accommodation. At the eastern end of the drive are two historic outbuildings and a walled parking area. There is a right of way leading to the main A420.