Delightful renovated Grade II listed village house with extensive grounds.
Duck End Farmhouse is a Grade II listed renovated, thatched property. The house provides characterful accommodation which is unusually light for the style of building and includes two main reception rooms, one compromising an active inglenook wood burning stove.
A ground floor study which has an adjacent bathroom with roll top bath and period style sanitaryware offers the potential as a fifth bedroom at ground floor level if required.
A country kitchen features a good range of hand-crafted units with an island and granite working surfaces. The Inglenook fireplace features an oil fired Aga cooker as well as a modern electric oven and various other integrated appliances. Beyond the kitchen is a breakfast area/third reception room with utility room off.
The first floor accommodation offers three characterful double bedrooms, a range of built-in wardrobe cupboards and a family shower room. The principal bedroom is accessed up a second staircase at the other end of the house off the third reception room and features a double bedroom with built-in wardrobes to one end, a concealed door in the centre of which leads into an en suite shower room.
The accommodation is shown in greater detail in the attached floor plans.
Outside, the property is well set back from the road behind five bar gates leading into the deep and wide shingled parking area. A detached oak framed cart barn garage with a peg tile roof has been enclosed to create a workshop and offers potential for use as a home office.
The gardens and grounds are extensive to the rear of the property and include a deep large sandstone paved patio along the rear elevations of the house. The garden boasts mature trees, hedged boundaries and well stocked flowerbeds alongside a brook. The land ends at a point to the south west of the house and extends in total to 1.04 of an acre.
Services: Oil fired central heating, Mega flow hot water system and new foul water drainage system.
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This is a really picturesque thatched house on the edge of the village which unusually has practical accommodation which is light and uplifting.James Barnett