Cross Tree House is a large extended period property, built of Ham Stone elevations under a part thatched and part tiled roof. The property which is believed to date from the 17th Century has spacious accommodation over three floors and has period features including flag stone flooring, sash windows, beams etc that one associates with a property of this age. As well as seven bedroomed accommodation in the main body of the house, there is also an attached self contained annex above the workshop as well as access to a cellar.
On the ground floor the front door leads into an impressive hall with Ham Stone flooring and Victorian staircase to the first floor. The hallway is flanked by a pair of sitting rooms, one of which has a wood burning stove, and exposed wooden flooring and a bay window to the front, the other has a period fire place, timber flooring and bay window. There is an inner hall with access into a utility room, cloakroom and storeroom, and to the rear is a large dining room with superb flagstone flooring, a former inglenook fireplace with aga and wooden fronted storage. A door leads to the rear to the kitchen which has a vaulted ceiling, flag stone flooring, tiled work tops, a Belfast sink and gas range style cooker. On the first floor are five large bedrooms, most with fitted cupboards and two with a basin. The family bathroom has a painted timber floor, vintage bath, basin, shower and WC. There is also another shower room. On the second floor are two further spacious bedrooms and a shower room.
The self contained annex is to the side of the property and has independent access fromthe street. At ground floor level is a workshop with stairs down to the cellar, and the flight of stairs rise to the annex which comprises a living room with cabin style bed, bedroom and shower room.
To the front is a small lawned garden bordered by walls and hedges as well as a parking area in front of the workshop. The majority of the gardens are to the rear of the property and are walled with lawns, terrace, shrubs and trees as well as a hot tub and unique treehouse. There is a courtyard with studio/summer house behind the workshop.
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"A fine grade II listed detached former farm house with extensive accommodation over three floors."
01935 315 786