The house offers extensive and well-appointed accommodation and has been reroofed, electrically rewired and re-plumbed in recent years. Where possible, many of the windows have been replaced and fitted with secondary glazing. Fletton Tower is a period family home, modernised for contemporary living.
On entering the property into the tiled and flagstone hallway, the impressive cantilever staircase gives an immediate glimpse into the grandeur and style of the home. The stained glass windows have been cleaned and refitted, and the original painted ceiling carefully restored. The striking dining room offers a large entertaining space with unique original fireplace and double aspect, full height windows complete with original, working shutters. The morning room is peaceful and flooded with light, with original fireplace and double height windows.
The kitchen and family room provides a modern space for open plan living with bi-fold doors opening onto a walled courtyard. The kitchen was refitted in 2010 and benefits from granite worktops, central island unit, Mercury range cooker, Wolf extractor fan, Sub Zero fridge freezer and Belfast sink.
The room features vaulted ceilings with glazed skylights, under floor heating, and an original servants hatch. The utility room, which was formerly the coal bunker, is accessed from the kitchen and has a Belfast sink and washing machine, along with fitted wardrobes for cloaks and boots. The walk in pantry is also accessed from the kitchen and is fitted with wooden worktops.