The Old Hall is an attractive period village house, listed Grade II* as being of architectural or historic importance. The house is constructed with bands of limestone alternating with golden ironstone and blue lias, mainly stone mullion windows and a slate and tiled roof. A stone and brick extension was added in the 18th century and an adjoining Victorian block of outbuildings was rebuilt to provide a stunning Garden Room in 2013. To the north of the main house a coach house has been tastefully converted into a separate one bedroom self-contained cottage style annexe.
The accommodation is arranged over three floors and is beautifully presented with a wealth of old oak beams, exposed stone walls, mullion windows, inglenook and stone fireplaces. The property has undergone a comprehensive programme of refurbishment and renovation by the present owners, with works including new wiring, plumbing and heating, re-modelled kitchen and bathrooms. The period features provide a wealth of character and charm, with the additional benefit of up-to-date modern conveniences. The property is hard-wired for internet and telecoms throughout, has an air/heat source central heating system in the garden room, under-floor electric heating in most bathrooms, whilst the property itself benefits from independent oil-fired central heating.
On the ground floor there is a drawing room, dining room, library, sitting room, garden room, butlers pantry, kitchen, larder, utility room and cloakroom, whilst on the first floor there are 3 double bedrooms, together with 3 en suites and a family bathroom, small study and minstrels gallery. The second floor provides 3 further double bedrooms and an additional guest bathroom.
Outside, the property is approached by vehicular access to the rear via a long gravelled driveway, whilst the gardens themselves are walled and principally laid to lawn with a wide variety of paved sitting areas with shrubs, rose beds and a summer house.
To the north side of the property, the old coach house has been converted into a self-contained one bedroom, two storey annexe, and immediately opposite the property there is a large lawned garden area with mature trees which is enclosed at the front by original Victorian cast iron gates and railings.
This is a stunning and highly versatile period residence and we have no hesitation in strongly recommending an inspection.