An attractive early 19th Century, Grade II Listed Georgian house with unspoilt easterly views over rolling countryside, providing an easy to manage, well proportioned, double width, family home.
The accommodation comprises three reception rooms, a kitchen, cloakroom, utility room, cellar, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a 5th bedroom/study. Built of brick under twin, dual pitched slate roofs, there is a walled garden with shrub beds to the north and a further lawned garden to the south side.
A traditional brick and pantile former coach house has been substantially extended with timber clad, blockwork to provide three garages, a workshop, stabling, and ample first floor storage.
The house has charming well proportioned rooms with many original features including sash windows, fluted cornicing, fluted doric half colums architraves and garlands to the freizes and an ornate fanlight over the front door.
Part of the outbuildings had planning permission for conversion to a self contained flat and planning existedfor the erection of a conservatory at the side of the house looking out over the garden. However these have now expired and would need to be renewed.