Fordhay is a Grade II listed long house believed to date from the early 17th Century with a significant addition midway through the century. The property has flexible and spacious accommodation over two floors, many rooms exhibit period features associated with this style of property, including fine fireplaces, beamed ceilings and window seats. In addition, the current owners have made many improvements over the years. The property has a useful two storey semi-detached barn, which would be ideal for conversion subject to the necessary planning permissions.
On the ground floor are four reception rooms, the drawing room has an hamstone fireplace with woodburner and window seat to front elevation. The kitchen/breakfast room enjoys views over the rear garden and has a range of units with space for a Rangemaster cooker, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and a large walk-in pantry with flagstone flooring. The sitting room to the front with seat, inglenook fireplace with open grate, secondary stairs to the first floor, door into the dual aspect study/bedroom. The dining room features an inglenook fireplace (disused) and exposed wooden flooring. Also on the ground floor is a rear hall with doors leading to the cloakroom with wash hand basin and WC, utility room with plumbing for washing machine and the oil-fired boiler.
On the first floor is a galleried landing with airing cupboard housing the hot water cyclinder. The master bedroom to the front has windows seats and secondary double glazing in wooden casements. Recessed wall bible cupboard. Bedroom two to the front with window seat has a communicating door into Bedroom three (also approached via secondary staircase) and Bedroom Four has an en-suite bathroom comprising white rolled top bath, shower, wash hand basin, WC and heated towel rail. There is also a family bathroom comprising; bath, vanity unit with wash hand basin and WC.
The property sits gable end onto the road with gardens of circa 0.7 acres. On the southern side of the property there is a driveway which leads to a parking turning area. To the south of this driveway is an area planted with numerous trees and between the house and the driveway is a well kept level lawn with well stocked beds.