Ffynone is a magnificent mansion designed by the renowned architect John Nash.
Thomas adopted an Italian classical design when building the two wings. He decorated both the rooms in Italianate baroque style and embellished the exterior with rusticated quoins and heavy keystones above each window. Outside, Thomas exerted his impressive talent with an elaborate belvedere long stone terrace with grottos and water features. 60,000 trees were brought in from a nursery in Norwich some of which survive to this day. Ffynone boasts 13 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, and 6 grand reception rooms.
The North Flat comprises of a fitted kitchen, sitting room and utility room on the ground floor. The front entrance is accessed through the courtyard however the is also a door that connects the utility room to the kitchen in the main house. On the first floor there are three bedrooms with a separate bathroom.
The South Flat has its own access through the courtyard. The flat comprises of three bedrooms, a bathroom with a bath and shower as well as a separate loo. There is a fully fitted kitchen, sitting room, three bedrooms and a bathroom with a separate water closet.
The Stable flat is made up of four bedrooms, large living room, fully fitted kitchen, bathroom and separate water closet. The flat is accessed through the courtyard.
In the courtyard there are an abundance of workshops, machinery stores and store rooms, as well as 15 original stables which subject to planning permission show great potential for a variety of uses. There are also two impressive greenhouses on the property. One attached to the main kitchen, and one that sits separately on the grounds.
Occupants: @melanie, @pieter, Oralie Slughorn
, Bethany Otten
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