Fossedene Manor on the Roman Fosse Way, at Combrook in Warwickshire, began life as a farmhouse back in the 17th century.

It has evolved considerably since then into a spacious house. Jerusalem limestone has been laid in the ground floor which has various reception rooms including a pine panelled library, dining hall and family room. There are also ample cloakrooms, cellars, a study, play room and a conservatory.

The kitchen/breakfast room has a cathedral ceiling and double doors to both the courtyard and gardens. On the first floor there are four bedrooms, two with en-suites. The second floor has two more bedrooms and a shower room.

In addition to the main house there is also the substantial Daisy House, which has its own entrance. There are a number of outbuildings plus a swimming pool and tennis court. The manor itself is surrounded by 26 acres.

 

Guide price: £3,250,000. Agent: John Shepherd on 01564 783866 or tap to visit www.johnshepherd.com .