Guide price £1,295,000
A quintessential thatched period farmhouse, Listed Grade II, set in delightful gardens and with substantial converted barn, stables and valuable parcel of land. In all about 14.875 acres. This beautiful old house is believed to date back to the 16th Century and has many of the hallmarks expected of a house of its age including inglenook fireplaces and exposed ceiling and cruck beams. Recently, re-thatched the property is found in good decorative order, and is of manageable size. Two fine reception rooms lead off the central hall with exposed stone wall, the drawing room having a magnificent inglenook fireplace and a double aspect enjoying lovely outlooks over the gardens, the dining room being particularly spacious also with fireplace and ceiling beams. There is also a study on the ground floor, cloakroom and large well-fitted galley kitchen with utility / pantry. In addition to the main house there is a substantial barn which has been cleverly converted to provide ancillary accommodation including a fine sitting room with galleried bedroom, second bedroom and family bathroom. There is also a study with galleried library, and a games room which opens up into a fascinating bar. In all about 14.875 acres (6.020 hectares).
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