Neo-classical in style, this Grade 1 listed country house is surrounded by parkland and accessed down a long drive with views over the river.
Inside the central staircase hall is domed and top lit. Stone floors and a sweeping staircase.
On the south side is the drawing room and dining room, both classically decorated rooms. On the west is the Georgian gentleman’s library with bird engravings on the tobacco coloured walls.
A green baize door surrounded by service bells and and leather fire buckets lead to a sunken passage leading to the coach house and laundry. Outbuildings and a clock tower form a courtyard at the back of the house.
The front of the house is believed to have been designed by John Nash and the style is on a smaller scale to his work at Buckingham Palace.
In the grounds are a large walled garden and lawns lead down to the meadows and river.
By train, nearest station at Bedford 38 minutes from London St Pancras.
By car, 60 miles from London.