Beautiful village house
Bank House is a 16th century Tudor/Elizabethan Grade II Listed village house and former shop of traditional heavy oak timber frame construction under a tiled roof with later Victorian additions to the rear. It occupies a prominent central position on the east side of the Market Hill. The property exhibits a wealth of original period features including an impressive inglenook fireplace, diamond mullion windows, an early hardwood winding staircase and heavy exposed beams. The accommodation comprises an entrance/dining hall, study and downstairs bedroom with an en suite shower room. The sitting room benefits from a fine inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove. The kitchen/breakfast room lies at the rear of the property and has access to the cellar. There are a further three bedrooms, en suite shower room and a family bathroom on the first floor.
There is a front pedestrian access from the market square with rear vehicular access via Crown Lane providing parking for several vehicles. The garden is laid to lawn with a terrace. The brick built outbuildings house the boiler and a cloakroom.
Services: Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage.
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Tudor/Elizabethan village house boasting a wealth of original features.Tom Orford