Beautifully renovated village house.
Craig House is a charmingly elegant Grade II listed house, dating from the 16th century, with Georgian additions and 21st century updates, cleverly combining the period with the modern. The construction is brick, lathe and plaster, under both tiled and slate roofs. The house has enormous period character with features that include large sash windows, open fireplaces, exposed timbers, French windows, with both exposed oak and brick floors. The house has been fully renovated and is well presented throughout enjoying an excellent layout starting with the entrance hall benefitting from a view right through the house to the gardens beyond.
The main reception rooms are light, airy well proportioned rooms with access to the rear terrace and gardens. The bespoke Luxmoore kitchen/ breakfast room in the Tudor part of the house has a Georgian brick floor, a six ring gas range, with Neff extractor, wooden base and wall units with composite worktop and a large island unit with extensive storage and a wooden worktop. The first floor provides a spacious master bedroom suite with both an en suite shower room and a walk-in/walk-up dressing room. There are three further double bedrooms two have en suite shower rooms and the other is situated opposite the family bathroom. There is wardrobe space in two of the bedrooms and a dressing area in the third.
The walled garden provides a high degree of privacy and seclusion and is well stocked with a mixture of shrubs, ornamental trees, fruit trees, perennials and annuals to give all-year colour. Craig House has a right of way through the garden's western boundary to the road. A double garage/workshop lies at the end of a short drive on the opposite side of the road where there is also off-street parking for two cars. The owners have right of way on the drive.
Agents Note: The blue rectangle on the boundary plan denotes the garage/workshop.
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A really special house with extensive gardens and garaging in the centre of the village.Peter Ogilvie