The property is believed to date from the early 18th Century, and up until 1970 was a village pub. The previous owners extended the property in the 1980's and it was further extended in the late 1990's to now provide charming and well arranged accommodation together with a wealth of period features including two inglenook fireplaces in the wonderful open plan dining/sitting room with an overall length of 37ft.
On the first floor there are four good sized and bright bedrooms served by a family bathroom and spacious en-suite with separate shower.
The property is entered via the rear hall with attractive quarry tile flooring leading to the study hall, again with quarry tile flooring and staircase to the first floor. The kitchen has a range of base units with glass fronted display wall cupboards, tile splash backs, double stainless steel sink, Everhot Range and plumbing and space for dishwasher, washing machine and fridge. Of particular note is the spacious utility room off which is the workshop with up and over door and adjacent to the integral garage. Overall the accommodation has a great feeling of character and charm, whilst at the same time, ideal for modern day family living.
OutsideThe established gardens surround the property on all sides with many interesting areas and stocked with an abundance of flowering plants and shrubs and form a delightful setting for the property. The property is accessed off Drum Lane to the side by double iron gates over a gravel area adjacent to the garaging and rear entrance hall.