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The principal oak staircase, with original fabric wallpaper, has an impressive coffered ceiling with Wedgewood style decorations and leads to a Palladian doorway which opens out into the splendid domed Rococo music room.
There is access to a walled courtyard garden with an external store.
Wide oak floorboards lie throughout the reception rooms.
The breakfast room, also opening off the south hallway, leads to the new kitchen, which was built in the 1970's.
This stunning room has ornate plasterwork on all four walls and the ceiling, an open fireplace with marble hearth dating around 1770 and wooden mullion and transom windows to the front over the main entrance porch.
The first floor gothic revival sitting room and principal bedroom lead off the music room; the sitting room has a curved bay window with steps down to the east gardens and also internal access to an adjacent bedroom. The principal bedroom suite, known as Queen Mary's Room which has an original mid 1500s interior and is wonderfully panelled with oak and leads via a discreet panelled door through a chamber to Queen Mary's Oratory and separate bathroom.