This outstanding country home was built in 1905 by Guy Dawber who was President of the Royal Institute of British Architects and was owned by The Chairman of Shell Oil in the sixties. Also of historical interest at the time that the Suffragettes were fighting their cause, one of them stayed at the property whilst being involved in setting a bomb off in a nearby home owned by the then Prime Minister Lloyd George. The property which is full of charm and character stands within a conservation area amidst a beautifully landscaped and secluded plot extending to 0.63 acres, with many specimen trees, shrubs and plants. The accommodation arranged over three floors comprises two principle living rooms, sun lounge, dining room and study to the ground floor. There are five bedrooms and three bathrooms to the first floor and three further bedrooms to the second floor. Outside there is a double garage with loft area and a driveway with parking for several further vehicles.