Tudor House is a charming house of great character, offering substantial and flexible accommodation. Believed to date from 1929 and built in the Tudor style, elements of note include exposed external beams, a jettied entrance porch, leaded windows and a wealth of character features. Currently being used as a bed & breakfast, the accommodation includes six en suite bedrooms and well-proportioned reception rooms, making it ideal for a large family or anyone looking for an opportunity to run a guest house or bed & breakfast business.
An impressive timber front door opens to the spacious reception hall, which features a tall leaded window overlooking the wood panelled staircase and herringbone wood flooring. The herringbone flooring is continued in to both the well-proportioned drawing room and dining room, each featuring a bay window overlooking the delightful gardens. These rooms also both offer fireplaces and picture rails. The kitchen/breakfast room has a wood burning stove, flagstone style flooring and features a range of floor and wall mounted units with space for a range style cooker and there is also a pantry cupboard. In addition on the ground floor, there is a study, rear hallway and a cloakroom.
To the first floor, there are six bedrooms, four of which offer en suite shower rooms with the other two having en suite bathrooms. This arrangement is ideal for the current bed & breakfast use however could be adapted to easily accommodate a large family. The first floor can be separated by way of doors along the landing, allowing for private use of some of the bedrooms.
Tudor House is complimented by attractive gardens running along the front and side of the house. There is pedestrian access through a most attractive brick built gateway, with vehicular access via a gated entrance to the brick paviour driveway. This leads to the good sized single garage with a carport adjacent. From this carport, there is direct access to a stairway to the first floor bedrooms and access to a laundry room situated behind the garage, with a courtyard area running along the rear of the house.
The gardens are neatly and attractively landscaped with areas of lawn, box hedging, mature flower borders and established shrubs and trees. Features of particular note include the patio garden and a hexagonal timber gazebo set in to one corner of the gardens.