Rare opportunity to rent a modern character property within a Grade II* listed building with parking in the heart of Beaconsfield Old Town
The Old Rectory is situated on the west side of the Churchyard and is a two storey Grade II listed house of timber, brick and plaster, the roofs are tiled. The building is said to be on the site of a cell of Burnham Abbey and was built in the first half of the 16th Century. In recent times the building has been used for parochial purposes. The actual building forms three sides of a central courtyard. The fourth being enclosed by a brick wall. The lower storey of each wing is built of thin red bricks with diamond pattern in blue bricks. The upper storey is gabled and built of timber and plaster and the rear elevation of the main block is entirely brickwork. To the exterior worthy of note are the fine chimneys having square shafts and are of 16th century bricks. To the interiors there are various feature fireplaces, interesting doorways and other features which have been carefully preserved in this development.
Interior fittings include German kitchens made by Hacker detailing stone work tops, handle less units and with integrated Siemens appliances, induction hobs, Quooker boiling water and filter taps and built in wine cabinets. All bathrooms have Hansgrohe sanitary ware and Villeroy and Boch fittings and tiles. Full gas fired central heating, modern lighting and fine exposed timber work.
Kitchen/breakfast room with wood floors
Sitting room with open fireplace and wood floors
Under stairs storage cupboard
Upstairs reading area/study
Master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en suite bathroom with shower over bath
Guest bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en suite shower room
Large courtyard with 2 separate areas
Allocated parking for 2 cars
Stunning character home located in the beautiful Beaconsfield Old TownSteven Cotterell