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Stoke House is a handsome Grade II Listed double fronted Georgian house which exhibits many wonderful period features, typical of its age. It enjoys a wonderful southerly aspect with light and airy reception rooms, including a particularly spacious reception hall with elegant balustraded staircase. The drawing room features an impressive marble fireplace and opens through to the sitting room which, in turn, overlooks the rear garden. The dining room is another well proportioned reception room with attractive fireplace, whilst the breakfast room has a flagstone floor. The kitchen has been refitted by the current owner with cream panelled units and a two oven Aga. There is also a very useful garden room which again opens directly to the rear garden.
On the first floor there is a master bedroom suite with large adjacent bathroom which, in turn, gives access to a first floor study/dressing room. There are four further bedrooms, a hobbies room and a family bathroom. The property is well presented and has oil fired central heating. The gardens enjoy a good deal of privacy, being mostly walled with areas of lawn divided by well stocked herbaceous borders and include numerous fruit trees. To the side of the property is the original coach house, now providing garaging/storage. Within the garden there is a further stone built stable/wood store.
Gardens and Grounds
Stoke House occupies a prominent position in the centre of this village, with the front elevation of the house being enhanced by a mature Magnolia Grandiflora and Wisteria. Double wooden garage doors lead into the original coach house providing off road parking and doors to rear garden. The gardens provide a wonderful setting for the property, are walled and accordingly enjoy a good deal of privacy. There are lawned areas intersected with various pathways and herbaceous and flower borders. In the far corner of the garden there is a stone built former stable with hayloft over and adjoining wood store.