- Beautiful Grade II listed period house within stunning grounds totalling in excess of 5 acres
- Equestrian facilities including a stable block and paddock land
- Very elegant rooms with original stone fireplaces, beautiful stone mullioned window and many period features of note
- Three receptions, six bedrooms, four bathrooms
- Stunning rural location yet within easy reach of Haddenham & Thame Parkway station
Scotsgrove House forms a substantial part of a historic former dower house to the Thame Park Estate, now split into three residences each with their own land. Dating back in part to the 15th Century, this beautiful home is an architectural delight with features similar to those found at nearby Notley Abbey and Thame Park. Situated in a commanding position on high ground enjoying far reaching views over two counties, the property is ideally located equidistant between Haddenham & Thame Parkway station and the bustling market town of Thame. In addition, the M40 is only five miles distant, with excellent links to London and Birmingham.
As a substantial family home approaching 4000 sqft of living space, Scotsgrove House offers elegant entertaining and living accommodation and includes the original grand entrance to the main house. Of particular note is the stunning 28’ formal drawing room with open fireplace and panoramic views, an elegant dining hall with original oak staircase, parquet floor and double doors with original shutters and a bright and airy sitting room again, featuring a beautiful stone working fireplace. The kitchen breakfast room opens onto the formal garden and has been fitted with a shaker style range of base and wall units with timber worktops and island.
From the grand dinning hall, the beautiful oak staircase rises to a galleried landing and provides access to all six bedrooms. The master bedroom has outstanding southerly views over the grounds, en-suite bathroom and use of a dressing room at the end of the landing. There are two further guest bedrooms benefiting from en-suite facilities and the remaining three bedrooms are served by a family bathroom.
Externally the grounds to Scotsgrove House are breathtaking with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. A long sweeping drive creates an impressive approach leading to an extensive gravelled area to the front of the house ensuring parking will never pose a problem. Further vehicular access leads to a five bay stable block which offers potential (subject to planning) to be converted into garaging or a home studio. The formal gardens are laid to lawn and bound by a beautiful natural stone wall with a large terrace ideal for alfresco dining. Behind the house a beautiful stone arch opens onto a covered store area and a path leads west to a kitchen garden and small orchard. The remaining grounds are paddock land ideal for equestrian purposes and include a separate vehicular access off the A418.