The principal wing of an important Grade II Listed late 17th Century country mansion which has retained many superb inherent features<br><br><br>Bordean House forms the principal west wing of an elegant Grade II Listed country mansion which is understood to date back to the late 17th Century and is constructed with squared malmstone with brick dressings under a hipped slate roof. <BR /><BR />Formally a Sue Ryder Home it was purchased by the present owners about 12 years ago and has been transformed into an extremely well-proportioned family home with the accommodation based on three floors and the addition of excellent cellarage. <BR /><BR />The house has retained many outstanding inherent features including fire places, decorative ceilings and a principal feature is the stair case which is lit by a Venetian window with rails and stone steps of tradition. All the rooms have a super outlook both over the garden to the rear and the countryside to the front.<br><br>From the A272 there is a communal gravel drive terminating in a large parking area by the front door. For the most part the garden lies to the rear and west side, principally laid to lawn and there is a broad York Stone terrace to both these elevations.