The Fields Manor on Fields Park Road, which was built circa 1850, has been saved from collapse and fully restored to its former magnificence after spending decades in a dilapidated state.
Doctor Who fans may recognise the property after it appeared as Wester Drumlins, which was visited by former Doctor, David Tennant, and again in a more recent episode, Knock Knock with Peter Capaldi.
Other TV credits include Sherlock episode, A Scandal In Belgravia, starring Lara Pulver as dominatrix Irene Adler.
The grandiose property remains steeped in history and still retains many of its original features, while boasting 20 rooms. The reception hall features elegant glass doors, a working marble fireplace, and walkover glass panel looking down into the cellar.
The spacious main cellar room could be used for a cinema, gym or games room, and there is an additional brick-vaulted room that could work well as a wine cellar. Another room provides a huge utility space with double arched doors leading up and out to the garden.
The kitchen has been designed and handmade to emulate the wood-panelled shutters in the rest of the house. The large island is the hub of the cooking space, where you can perch for breakfast whilst looking out across the courtyard.
The drawing room looks over the garden and features a morning room to the left, which also has a working marble fireplace, high ceilings, oak flooring and original wood-panelled shutters.
An original stone staircase with iron balustrade takes you up to the first-floor landing, which Mr and Mrs Clarke describe as ‘a simply outstanding spot where breathtaking stained glass windows illuminate the space effortlessly’.
Here there are three large bedrooms, and then three further bedrooms on the second floor – one of the bedrooms has its own private corridor and modern en-suite; another comes with its outside terrace, large enough for a hot tub.
The top of the tower has high vaulted ceilings and far-reaching views – perfect as a study, music room or library.
Outside there are easily maintained grounds with beautiful mature trees including a magnificent ancient oak. There is also a double garage and studio room, newly built yet in-keeping with the style of the main residence.
Prices on application. To find out more information about The Fields Manor, go visit Mr and Mrs Clarke.
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