Dimbols Hall: Georgian home close to the Stour
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Dimbols Hall in Wrabness, near Manningtree, is currently on the market with Carter Jonas.
The elegant, Georgian-fronted country house is set in about 33 acres of land, and offers outstanding views towards the River Stour.
The property is available as a whole, including the hall and granary, barn, paddock adjacent to the barn, ancient woodland, pasture/paddock, further paddock and Christmas tree wood, or can be divided up into separate lots.
Dimbols Hall, which is believed to have been built in the early 19th century, has been completely renovated and extended by the present owners.
An impressive vaulted and galleried reception hall opens into the kitchen/family room, which forms the hub of the house. The room incorporates antique oak units, granite work surfaces, natural stone flooring and a feature brick fireplace with a woodburner.
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This room connects to the drawing room and sitting room, creating a free-flowing layout which is ideal for entertaining.
On the first floor there is a master bedroom with an ensuite bath/shower room, guest bedroom with ensuite shower room, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
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In addition to the main house, there is The Granary, which could be converted into further annexe accommodation, used as a home office, let for commercial usage or as a party venue (subject to obtaining necessary consents).
Comprising accommodation over two floors, The Granary has been refurbished to include insulated walls, new double glazed windows throughout, a security system, new WC and water supply and a new roof.
Adjacent to the house is a double cartlodge, which also provides ancillary accommodation comprising a utility area with units, ground floor shower room and a bedroom/playroom above.
To the back of the cartlodge is a walkway leading to paddocks and a horse training area with drainage and lighting.
The stable block consists of six large airy stables, tack room and separate bedding store. The block has a thermostatically controlled heating system.
There are formal gardens to the front, side and rear of the property and an established vegetable garden.
There is also a large pond and orchard to the side of the main property and granary. To the rear of the house is a heated swimming pool.
The second lot is Dimbols Hall Barn, which can be accessed independently and has full residential planning permission, plus planning for a new storage barn.
The proposed accommodation will be about 4,200 sq ft and offer four bedrooms.
Other sections of the property are the ancient woodland and wildlife pond, which is about 15 acres, a pasture/paddock of about seven acres and two acres of paddocks and Christmas tree wood, plus a paddock adjacent to the barn, which is nearly three acres.
The property is available as a whole, with a guide price of £1.8million, or as six separate lots.
Dimbols Hall is half a mile from Wrabness Station, with journeys to London Liverpool Street taking 80 minutes.
The towns of Manningtree and Harwich are located within six miles and offer a comprehensive range of shopping, transport and entertainment facilities, including popular restaurants.
For horse-lovers, there is good local outriding as well as the property’s own cross country course. Wix Equestrian Centre is about 10 minutes away.