Well positioned, striking Grade II Listed Old Rectory
About this property
The Old Rectory is a delightful former Rectory with well proportioned rooms, which are of huge charm and character with many fine period features. The property dates from the early 16th Century, possibly even earlier with later alterations and additions including Georgian and Victorian wings. It also benefits from a modern garden room which has been added by the current vendor.
The house is Grade II listed as of historical or architectural interest. It is largely of timber frame under a predominately red tiled roof. On the ground floor there are handsome south-facing drawing and dining rooms as well as a lovely garden room with wonderful views. The well fitted kitchen leads onto a relaxing family room with aga, perfect for family dining.
The property can be reached through a walled entrance opening onto a gravel driveway. There is an excellent range of traditional period outbuildings including garaging, storage and a barn with a hayloft. The Old Rectory is perfectly positioned in well stocked and beautifully laid out gardens, orchard and grounds interspersed by many new and mature trees. It is peacefully situated on the edge of the hamlet opposite St Johns Church with open views over surrounding countryside.
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We are very excited to be able to offer this enchanting and magical Old Rectory of huge character, especially as it is set in such a wonderful position.Mark Oliver