Ten-bed village mansion on sale for £2.5m is hiding a DISCO in basement with dance floor and bar

A TEN-BED mansion is on sale for a whopping £2.5million – complete with its own disco, bar and dancefloor.

The huge home in Crondall, near Farnham, Hampshire, boasts a super-basement and 30 rooms.

Crondall Lodge – founded in 1850 – has a staggering six bathrooms, reception hall, library, games room and two large cellar rooms.

But the basement is the star of the show after being transformed into a party paradise – with a disco ball.

The 170-year-old lodge – opposite an old Norman church in the historic village of Crondall – has undergone a modern makeover.

The village is well known for its period houses and is surrounded by open farmland.

The historic property’s living space equates to 10,000 sq feet.

The village house incorporates design by well-known Surrey architect Monia Allegretti.

The property is thoroughly modern and features hi-tech equipment and a contemporary sound and lighting system.

Behind the Victorian home is a beautifully landscaped garden with a circular closed courtyard. 

The gardens conceived by a landscape designer has paved and gravel walkways, pergolas and trimmed box hedging.

There is also a detached triple garage block with parking for numerous vehicles located within the grounds.

Crondall Lodge is currently on the market with Hampton’s International for £2.5 million.

The listing states that Crondall Lodge is: “an impressive and notable village house.

“It provides outstanding, exciting accommodation and superb facilities presented and equipped to an unusually high standard.

“The house has striking and beautifully proportioned principal reception areas ideal for entertaining, thoroughly up-to-date kitchens and bathrooms, handsome bedroom suites and a versatile accommodation pattern on various levels.

“Presented with flair, there has been enormous attention to detail and quality in terms of equipment, contemporary sound and lighting system et cetera which feature particularly in the lower ground floor leisure and recreation areas.

“A really comfortable, fun house with great style providing exceptional family accommodation in a fine setting.”

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