Lavenders is a grand old house with an imposing main façade, enhanced by double hung sash casement windows and a tiled roof. The interior is characterised by good natural light and numerous features associated with much larger buildings; most notably a fine hall with a flagstone floor and an impressive galleried staircase, good ceiling heights, panelled window reveals and oak leaf detailed cornice. The property is Listed as being of Architectural and Historic Importance Grade II.
On the ground floor, the large and impressive hallway is dominated by a particularly handsome staircase with a wreathed handrail and a galleried landing above. From here a door leads directly into a drawing room, a gracious room by any measure, focused on a stone fireplace with Living Flame gas fire. Beyond is an inner hallway which gives access to the cloaks/downstairs shower room as well as the utility room which has a Belfast sink, a range of eye-level and floor standing cupboards. The dining room looks out over Church Path, and has a window seat. The kitchen is complimented by a good range of cupboard and drawer units. A door from the kitchen leads in to the back hall with plenty of room for coats and boots, and in turn leads to the boiler room, with drying space.
On the first floor there is a spacious and well lit galleried landing with cupboards, and stairs up to the attic bedroom. The larger of the bedrooms is at the front of the house and is a lovely room with an old fireplace (currently not in use) and a wash handbasin. It looks out over the walled garden at the front towards the village centre. The second bedroom lies to the rear, and is well fitted with a range of wardrobes and enjoys a view of the Church. There is a first floor study or dressing room - all rooms being served by a well fitted bathroom complete with separate shower.
A steep flight of stairs from the landing leads up to an attic bedroom, which in turn has a doorway through to a part-boarded loft for storage.