The North Wing, Onesacre Hall can be found on Green Lane in the hamlet of Onesacre, near Oughtibridge, and was once part of a bigger property that has since been divided into two residences.
It retains many original architectural details such as heavy chamfered beamed ceilings, stone mullioned windows with leaded glazing and ornate fireplaces – but the most recent owners have refurbished the place too, adding luxurious contemporary features.
1. A room with a focal point
The lounge's centrepiece is its inglenook fireplace containing an Aga multi-fuel burner with a timber mantel, stone surround and tiled hearth. Photo: Blenheim Park Estates
2. Tradition and modernity
The kitchen has a range of fitted base/wall and drawer units with matching granite work surfaces. Appliances are all integrated and include a Miele combination oven, Miele coffee machine, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and a Siemens washing machine - and there's an Aga with three ovens and two hot plates. Photo: Blenheim Park Estates
3. A sense of atmosphere
The dining area's exposed timber beams and reclaimed oak flooring add character. Photo: Blenheim Park Estates
4. A spacious landing
From the landing, Suffolk latch doors open to the master bedroom and the family shower room. Photo: Blenheim Park Estates