Embleton Tower is a magnificent Grade I Listed property, dating from the 14th century. The original turreted stone tower was added to in the 19th century and converted into a spacious and impressive house, with eight bedrooms and …
Embleton Tower is a magnificent Grade I Listed property, dating from the 14th century. The original turreted stone tower was added to in the 19th century and converted into a spacious and impressive house, with eight bedrooms and seven reception rooms. While the house now requires modernisation and significant repair, the property is an extremely special and highly attractive coastal opportunity.
There are wonderful period features throughout, with high ceilings, stripped wooden floors, large sash windows and elegant and ornate details including fireplaces and decorative plasterwork. The ground floor has a well-proportioned sitting room and drawing room, both of which have large bay windows welcoming plenty of natural light, while there are an additional four ground floor reception rooms, including the family room, which is located in the original tower. The large kitchen has fitted units
and a stainless steel range cooker, as well as plenty of space for a breakfast table.
The eight bedrooms are arranged across the first and second floors, while the first floor also has a library, located in the original tower. The principal bedroom has an en suite bathroom, while there are also three first-floor family bathrooms, and a ground
floor shower room.
The property is set in extensive gardens and grounds, with rolling lawns and a courtyard area. There is plenty of parking at the south front, while there is also a detached garage block, providing covered parking for several vehicles and storage or
workshop space. The grounds of the property extend beyond the garden, into a wooded area.