This grand 4-bedroom duplex penthouse of 3,311 sq ft / 308 sq m is on the top two floors overlooking the park and fountain. The property is in excellent decorative order and offers period features, with high ceilings and cornices, mullion windows and solid timber doors. 2 underground car parks, tennis courts and access to 178 acre park.
The 4-bedroom duplex apartment of 3,311 sq ft / 308 sq m is on the top two floors and has panoramic views. The property is in excellent decorative order and offers period features, with high ceilings and cornices, mullion windows and solid timber doors.
Wyfold Court is a spectacular Grade II* listed Gothic Mansion, which sits at the heart of this private 178 acre estate, approached through woodland and beautiful parkland. The house was designed for a cotton magnate and was built between 1874 and 1884. Being one of the largest private houses constructed in England its style combines the flamboyant French Gothic architecture mixed with Scots Baronial. The front façade has towers with corner turrets, gargoyles . The mansion was converted in 1999 by PJ Livesey into eleven beautiful apartments.
The Wyfold Estate is situated in the heart of South Oxfordshire countryside, on the edge of the Chilterns and within easy reach of the excellent shopping and leisure activities available in Henley on Thames and Reading. Main line railway services are provided from Reading to London Paddington (approx. 28 mins). Crossrail is also being extended to Reading.
The two main reception rooms, a dining room and a drawing room, as well as a separate dining area in the kitchen, all have views of the fountain and park. All are of grand proportions with super high ceilings. A large marble fireplace, tall mullion windows add to the sense of history. A bespoke fitted kitchen with granite worktops and peninsular breakfast bar, has integrated appliances. The main bedroom is on the 1st floor of the duplex with a large ensuite shower-room, and over looks the grounds and fountain
Underground parking, has room for two large vehicles, together with storage and can be accessed from the main house via an underground tunnel. The main house also has a communal sitting room and some grand corridors to explore.
The services include gas central heating, and a private sewerage plant. The mansion is connected to fibre for fast broadband.
Tenure and service charges:
The Wyfold Court Mansion is on 8 acres of ground which are share of freehold. The property has access to a 178 acre park with a 999 year lease from the 1st of January 1999. The property has a Mansion service charge of approximately £14,100 per annum. The service charges cover all buildings insurance, gardening, and sewerage treament and roof maintenance. There is an additional Estate Park service fee of £1850. The Council rates are £3958 The service charges cover all buildings insurance, gardening, and sewerage treament and roof maintenance. The parkland includes two serviced tennis courts and numerous woodland pathways towards various villages.