Cross House is an attractive detached village house, believed to date from the late 18th Century and constructed of local coursed rubble stone elevations under a hipped plain clay tile roof. The accommodation provides some lovely well-proportioned rooms typical of the style and period of this property, together with a wealth of period features. The twelve pane sash windows to the front face west, provide plentiful natural light, and the rooms all have good ceiling height.
Cross House is entered via a Regency style flat timber hood with door leading to the reception hall with large arch to the rear and doors to both the drawing room and dining room. The drawing room is a particularly elegant room with attractive inglenook fire place with oak bressumer beam and wood burning stove, flanked by a range of book cases with further book cases and door to the study overlooking the garden. The dining room features woodstrip flooring, large arch recess, display cupboard with shelving below, and door back into the inner hall. The inner hall gives access to the guest cloak room, a door to the Garden Room overlooking the gardens, and at the far end an inner staircase hall with door to the west facing snug. The kitchen breakfast room has a range of floor and wall units, Aga in stone fire place with bressumer beam, one and a half bowl stainless steel sink, and further door to the scullery with door to the garden and front, access to Vale Street. There is also a butlers sink, door to the cellar and further door to a large larder.
First floor landing with inner corridor and book case overlooking the gardens gives access to the four superbly proportioned bedrooms served by two spacious bathrooms, as well as walk in linen cupboard. Staircase in two flights leads to two second floor useful attic rooms, both of which have access to the roof space.