This prestigious development, The Node, forms part of a 200 year old Manor House that now contains ten luxury apartments. The property encompasses 15 acres of impressive private estate. All around the greenery there are a variety of listed trees, grassland, lawns and areas passed over to nature to embrace. There is a tennis court for sole use of the residents, open fields, formal Italianate gardens with original fountain and statues, natural woodland walks including a water rock garden and a sunken garden. The gardens were designed by a famous and award winning Victorian landscape designer, "James Pulham and Son" who won various medals at the London's great exhibition in 1851 and the international exhibition in 1862. The private development is accessed via secure gates that lead along a half-mile driveway heading to the Manor House. No. 10, known as The Wordsworth, is located on the East Wing. This penthouse two bedroom apartment has dual aspect sitting room, with Juliet balcony that captures the incredible established grounds perfectly. There is a separate spacious kitchen/dining room which also has double doors and a Juliet balcony. The bespoke kitchen comprises quartz work surfaces and upstands, Franke under-mounted stainless steel sinks with drainer grooves incorporated into the stone worktops. Siemens appliances include integrated single ovens, oven, five ring hob with extractor over, combination microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer dryer and wine cooler. The master bedroom suite contains a walk in dressing room which has a variety of soft closing drawers and hanging rails as well as a luxurious en-suite shower room. The second bedroom is a sizable double with fitted wardrobes. The three piece suite family bathroom includes, vanity wash hand basin with mirrors above, W.C, steel bath with shower over, heated towel rails which are fitted in both family bathroom and en-suite. Externally, the apartment also includes two designated parking spaces, a garage and plenty of guest parking. The garage has PIR sensor lighting, separate sources of power and electricity and has an electric up and over door. To really appreciate the spectacular grandeur of the property and it's grounds a viewing is highly recommended.