Foxlea Manor is an early 20th century Lutyens-style Manor House with lattice windows, exposed beams and large Edwardian courtyard. I has many Gothic style elements, such as the Gothic style windows in the dining hall and conservatory and the large gothic arches in the grounds. It was modernised in 2006 giving it an AGA kitchen, swimming pool, Tennis court and a Rococo Style to the master bedroom. It has 8 bedrooms and 6 acres of garden and parkland.
- Early 20th century exterior
- Lattice windows/ large bay windows
- Classic style bathrooms
- Large converted dining hall with Gothic arched windows
- Vaulted ceiling
- AGA kitchen
- Large areas of parkland and garden
- Swimming pool
- Tennis courts
The original Lutyens-style part of the house was built in 1910 and still has many period features including a once consecrated chapel with vaulted ceiling, par terre and gazebo.
The Bishop of London once owned the manor and he gave the property it's floor to ceiling gothic windows as well as original gothic arches in the grounds. After it was given the name the Fox Den in the 1970s much of the fox memorabilia still remains including, a fox weathervane, fox motifs in some of the stained-glass windows and numerous fox ornaments that were left by previous owners.
The Manor was modernised and extended in 2006 doubling the square footage, adding a large open plan kitchen and extra bedrooms and renovating the outdoor pool and tennis court.