LOT 124


(Coloured Blue on Plan).

BONEHILL HOUSE

An Important Residential Property

Occupying a FINE POSITION IN BONEHILL PARK, reached through a LODGE ENTRANCE and a long carriage drive, onlv about a mile from Tamworth, well suited for a business gentleman.

The Residence

Overlooks the Park, is built in brick with slated and tiled roof, and possesses the following

AMPLE ACCOMMODATION—

On the Ground Floor

STONE PORTICO, giving access to
OUTER AND INNER HALL.

LOFTY DINING ROOM, 34ft. by 19ft. 9in. with circular end, grey marble mantel and open fireplace.

LARGE DRAWING ROOM, 35ft. by 19ft., very lofty, with white marble mantel and hearth and open stove, shaped windows and casement to Garden.

LIBRARY, 29ft. Sin. by 17ft., having open stove and recessed shelves, LAVATORY with hot and cold supplies and W.C.

Note.—The heavy mahogany sideboard, about 12 feet long, fitted in the Dining Room will be included in the Sale.

THE DOMESTIC OFFICES

include excellent KITCHEN, with a Three-oven Range and side Range, Dresser and Cupboard; Scullery with Sink (hot and cold); Old Brew-house or W7ash-house; convenient BUTLER'S PANTRY with Sink (hot and cold), and large fitted Cupboard; COOL LARDER or DAIRY with fitted Meat Safe ; SERVANTS' HALL with store cupboard ; Two large Store Rooms, and LOBBY with cupboard. Outside W.C. and Game Larder and Wood Store. Coal and Wine Cellars in the Basement.

On the First Floor

Which is reached by a massive STONE STAIRCASE, well-lighted by lantern light, and also a Secondary Staircase, are







MORNING ROOM, 16ft. by 18ft. 9in., with white marble mantel and slow combustion stove.
SPARE BEDROOM adjoining, with white marble mantel.
DRESSING ROOM, with hanging cupboard and stove.
BEDROOM, 19ft. Gin. by 14ft. 6in. with white marble mantel and stove.
DRESSING ROOM adjoining.
LARGE DOUBLE BEDROOM, 28ft. 9in. by 17ft. 5in., with white marble mantel and register stove.
BATH ROOM with hot and cold supplies.
SPARE BEDROOM.
FOUR MEDIUM-SIZED BEDROOMS.
HOUSEMAID'S SINK (hot and cold) and W.C.

On the Second Floor

LARGE SCHOOLROOM with stove. PLAY ROOM with cupboard.
STORE ROOM. LARGE BEDROOM or BOX ROOM.
LARGE LINEN CUPBOARD on Corridor.
THREE MAIDS' BEDROOMS, two with Cupboards.
TWO STORE ROOMS. HOUSEMAID'S CUPBOARD.

GAS AND WATER ARE LAID ON.

Outbuildings

Built mostly of brick and tile, comprising a Range of small Coach-house, Coal Shed and Old Laundry with Copper, Coach-house, Two Workshops with Loft over, Coach-house for Two Carriages, Harness Room, Two-stall Stable, another Two-stall Stable, Loose Box and Two-bay Open Carriage Shed (detached).

Range of Two-stall Stable, Loose Box, Double Coach-house, Harness]Room with Lofts over, Potting Shed and Pigsty.
Old-World Pleasure Gardens

With Shrubberies, Flower Borders, Walks and Tennis Lawn, clothed with Evergreens, Coniferae and Ornamental and Forest Trees.

Walled-in Kitchen Garden

Stocked with Wall and Standard Fruit Trees, THREE-DIVISION COLD LIGHT, LEAN-TO TOMATO HOUSE, TWO DIVISION LEAN-TO GREENHOUSE, Three Potting Sheds, Stoke- hole and Fowl House.

Two Small Orchards and a Paddock

BONEHILL PARK,

with GATEKEEPER'S LODGE on the Bonehill Road,

Is studded with large Forest Trees and THREE SMALL PLANTATIONS and OUTSIDE SPINNEYS.

On the South there is

A Pair of Cottages, Nos. 5 and 6, Bonehill

(Brick Built and Tiled).

No 5 contains Kitchen, Sitting Room, Wash-house, and Two Bedrooms. No. 6 contains Living Room, Scullery and Box Room; Outside Closets and Gardens, Three Pigsties and a yard.

This Lot extends to an area of about
44a. 2r. 28p.
SCHEDULE.
NO. ON DESCRIPTION. AREA.

PLAN.
A. R. p.

PARISH OF FAZELEY.
155 Lodge and Plantation ... 0 3 34

177 Park ..................... 30 3 11

Pt. 196 Plantation 1 2 5

197 Ditto ............ 0 1 24

Pt. 198 Road 0 0 17

218 House, Gardens, etc. ... 5 3 21

219 Paddock 2 0 0

Pt. 239 Cottages, Gardens, etc. 0 3 15

220 Spinney... 1 3 36

238 Roadway... 0 0 25


Total A. 44 2 28








£ S. d.

The Residence and part of the Grounds are let on a temporary Tenancy to W. S. Robinson, Esq., M.D., for one year from 24th June 1917, determinable afterwards by a quarter's notice, at per annum 30 0 0



A Portion of the Gardens (part of 218 and Pt. 239), together with a part of No. 219, are let to Mr. R. Whitehead on a Tenancy determinable at three months' notice at any time, at per annum 8 0 0





The Park, Xo. 177, is let on a Yearly Tenancy (subject to six months' notice) to Mr. Robert Patterson at an annual rent of 40 0 0


The Two Cottages are let on Weekly Tenancies to Mrs. Baker (2s. 3d.) and Mr. Kenwood (2s. 5d.) (Landlord paying Rates) 12 2 8


The Tamworth Golf Club pay £5 a year for the privilege of golfing over the Park and other lands, the Apportioned Rent attributed to this Lot being 2 10 0


Mr. John Clarke pays an acknowledgment Rent of Is. per annum for wicket entrance through No. 220 to his premises 0 1 0

£ 92 13 8

This Lot is subject to Land Tax of £2 3s. Id. per annum.

A Right of Way over the existing Carriage Drive has been granted and reserved to and for the benefit of the Owners and Occupiers of Bonehill Lodge.

Mr. John Clarke, of Bonehill Cottage, holds a right of entrance to his premises at the Western end of Roadway No. 238.

A Right of Wav over the Roadway No. 238 is reserved to the purchasers of Lots 117, 120. 121 and 123.

There is an existing Easement for Sewerage of this Lot and of Bonehill Cottage through Nos. 219- and 220, thence across Lot 123 and reserved therein.

(Note.—The Tenant of the Park receives about £17 a year from the Tamworth Golf Club for the use of their course).



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