This Stunning "Cotswold" style home, on 3.2 Ha, was built by Hugh and Gail Grant 37 years ago from local stone quarried at Westwood.
Come along and appreciate all the love and effort that has gone into the garden and home. Walk through the timber panelled lounge and dining room with an impressive fireplace. The library holds a thousand books plus and the subterranean cellar can house 40 dozen bottles and more. The gazebo with the second fireplace alongside the sparkling inground pool is a great place to relax outdoors with the family.
andbull;4 Generous size bedrooms, main with ensuite and walk in robe.
andbull;The library with beautifully polished mahogany shelving also doubles as a parents retreat.
andbull;Mac Matthews of Keppel Homes was the builder, John Redhead was the Stonemason, and Eric Tomkins created the coachwood panelling in the lounge, dining room.
andbull;The inground saltwater pool was constructed by Joe Van Nunen when the house was built and completely resurfaced recently.
andbull;There are many areas in the garden to sit, relax and take in the sound of the birds. The park like gardens are dotted with a stone obelisk, a small tower and other garden structures and urns.