A substantial family home with landscaped gardens, outbuildings, garaging and indoor swimming pool.
Little Court is an intriguing house with origins thought to date back from 1600s.
Surprisingly not listed it has had all the windows replaced, however is full of character and charm retaining many of its original features including, exposed beams, original wood doors, fire surrounds, oak floors, and open fire places and the original servant bell system which is a still in working order. The house benefits from having been re wired re plumbed throughout with Cat 5 cabling and super-fast broadband ideal for working from home. There are several
outbuildings including stabling, garden stores, workshop, large double garage with electric doors and indoor leisure complex.
There is a spacious reception hall which leads through to the sitting room with wooden panelling, oak flooring and wood burning stove. The dining room and drawing room, both have fireplaces and have exceptionally high ceilings with dual aspect views across the front and rear gardens, both exceedingly suitable rooms for entertaining large family groups and friends. The kitchen is large enough to seat a dining room table , with aga and views over the garden. The adjoining
conservatory makes for a lovely dining space or seating area to relax and take in the views. There is a spacious utility room and cloakroom adjacent to this.
On the second floor are 4 large bedrooms 1 en suite and another shower room and bathroom. The room being used as a study with built in bookshelves would make an equally lovely bedroom 7. There is a beautiful landing library developed to take advantage of the large landing space available creating another reception space ideal for children to use as an upstairs sitting room, or study/play area. On the second floor there are two further bedrooms within the eves with views across the gardens and countryside beyond.
Indoor leisure complex has a heated swimming pool, shower room, changing rooms and WC with space for a gym. The outbuildings could be converted, subject to planning into a number of different uses as there are stables, workshop, stores and large double garage with studio space above which would make a fantastic home office. All of the this is
situated within beautiful landscaped gardens, with lawns, mature trees and shrubs, in about 0.88 of an acre.
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This house has it all, a feeling of being remote yet within the village with its own leisure complex, private gardens and the potential to create a home office which has Cat 5 cabling.Sophie Gannon