Charming Grade II listed detached home set on an historical estate, with private gardens and access to approximately 35 acres of communal grounds including a tennis court.
Dower House offers an opportunity to purchase a charming detached home, originally thought to be the Presbytery to Besford Court, with parts believed to date from around 1550 and the early 17th century. The timber frame and painted brick property retains many character features including working fireplaces, leaded light windows, exposed beams and timber floors. The property retains many character features including working fireplaces, leaded light windows, exposed beams and timber floors. The ceilings are of good height with vaulted ceilings to the majority of the first floor. The property was at one time the home of the artist Jill Hudson and there are several examples of her work on the walls. To the front the property has a lovely open aspect over lawns to the front of Besford Court, whilst at the rear the outlook is over the gardens. The property is approached on foot from the garage and workshop block into the rear gardens. These are mature and mainly lawned with patio area, and extend to approximately 0.4 of an acre. In addition to the private gardens, Dower House enjoys the maintained 35 acres or so of grounds including a tennis court and community building.
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This is such a beautiful and tranquil setting, a calm oasis, and you can feel the history, almost like stepping back in time. You have your own private gardens but also the use of the lovely estate grounds including the tennis court.Catherine Anderson