‘The Pavilion is a very pretty Grade II* Listed house dating back to 1700 with a considerable royal heritage. Constructed of red brick under a tile roof, the accommodation is found over three principal floors with further attic and cellar storage space. The house has many beautiful features including oak doors and solid brass door furniture with the original keys and key hole plates monogrammed with the royal cipher of William III. The fireplaces in the drawing room and dining room, with their firebacks, including one believed to date back to the reign of Charles I when it was salvaged from the Palace, are also of particular note, as are the stone and wooden returning staircase, sash windows and working shutters, cornicing, panelling and oak flooring. The current owner has employed an American artist to decorate the lower ground floor rear hall and family room and ground floor cloakroom. The house enjoys extensive cupboard and shelving space throughout in the domestic offices, reception rooms and bedroom accommodation.’