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Cob­ham House is a most at­trac­tive Grade II Listed Re­gency house built circa 1830 and is of clas­si­cal de­sign with a fine cen­tral door case and por­tico. The prop­erty takes its name from a for­mer Lord of the Manor, Sir John Old­cas­tle, later Lord Cob­ham, who took part in the Lol­lard up­ris­ing of 1440 and who was even­tu­ally cap­tured and ex­e­cuted.

Metic­u­lously ren­o­vated and ex­tended, Cob­ham House is now pre­sented to an ex­act­ing stan­dard with ex­cep­tional fix­tures and fit­tings through­out in­clud­ing Miele in­te­grated ap­pli­ances, hand-crafted join­ery and high qual­ity con­tem­po­rary bath­room fit­tings.

The ac­com­mo­da­tion pro­vides flex­i­bil­ity in its use and is de­signed for en­ter­tain­ing guests on a large scale, if re­quired. A won­der­ful light and spa­cious fam­ily room is of par­tic­u­lar note, cre­at­ing a bril­liant space for in­for­mal din­ing and re­lax­ation with ac­cess onto a fully en­closed and beau­ti­fully shel­tered court­yard for al­fresco din­ing.

Cob­ham Lodge, the two bed­room guest house, pro­vides in­de­pen­dent pri­vate ac­com­mo­da­tion away from the main house with a large open plan liv­ing/kitchen room, and two dou­ble en suite bed­rooms and the same high qual­ity cabi­netry, ap­pli­ances and bath­room fit­tings as the main house.

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