The Property Listed Grade II being of architectural and historic importance, Denham Mount is a charming Georgian villa built to the designs of the architect Robert Lugar in the early 19th century. Whilst Robert Lugar was regarded as a seriously minded young man he became known as the country gentleman s architect with much of his most important work being carried out in Scotland and Wales. Denham Mount was originally designed for Nathaniel Snell and finished in a colour washed stucco under a hipped Welsh slate roof. Significant alterations were made in the late 19th Century and internally the house now combines light and spacious reception rooms with comfortable bedroom accommodation on the first and second floors. Of particular note is the drawing room, centred on an elegant, carved open fireplace and bay windows with French doors leading onto the veranda. The dining room is perfectly proportioned with a fine Siena marble fireplace and intricately carved cornice work. The Veranda where part of the 1945 film, Blithe Spirit was made provides spectacular views over the gardens and grounds to the lake beyond. More recently the morning room has been added, which adjoins the kitchen and is ideal as an additional entertaining area or alternative dining room. The first and second floors, approached by a fine cantilevered staircase, provide flexible bedroom accommodation, with each of the rooms being generously sized. The Master bedroom enjoys outstanding views over the parkland to the lake whilst the second floor has previously been occupied as a staff flat, it now provides two additional bedrooms, a shower room and second kitchen.