This charming village house dating back to 1629 with a grade II listing. The front exterior is a pleasant mix of stone work with weatherboarding all under a tiled roof.
The front door leads into the open plan dining area with oak beams separating the sitting room space. At either end of the room there are impressive fireplaces and windows looking out onto the street. At the back of the house there is a snug TV room with another fireplace and door leading out onto the garden. The kitchen breakfast room has been successfully fitted with wall and base units and has complimentary work surfaces running over. The kitchen sink looks out onto the garden and there is a double doored storage cupboard. The rear hallway gives access to the garden and the ground floor accommodation is completed by a W.C. Stairs from the dining area lead down to the large cellar which is 21'5" wide with good head height.
The first floor landing leads to three bedrooms, the smaller of the three is currently being used as a study. The Master bedroom has a large en-suite with walk in shower and dressing area with an excellent wardrobe storage. There is a family bathroom with bath with shower over. A steep staircase leads from the landing to two more good-sized rooms each with a storage cupboard.
Outside the front garden borders are well stocked with colourful plants and shrubs.
The rear garden is a feature with a good-sized patio at the immediate rear of the house. Steps lead up to another seating area which in turn leads onto a large area of lawn. There is an arched covered walkway leading to the rear of the garden with further seating opportunities for sundowners.