Sympathetically renovated 16th Century detached house offering over 2500 sq ft of versatile accommodation a secluded garden and a double garage.
A rare opportunity to own a character property, Old Yew Tree Cottage is understood to date from the late 16th century. The oldest part has been dendrodated to 1551 making it one of the oldest buildings in Wrecclesham.
Old Yew Tree Cottage has undergone thorough and sympathetic restoration, extension and upgrade by the Farnham Building Preservation Trust. The renovations have created a unique home, whilst retaining all the character expected of a 16th Century building. Throughout the cottage are exposed timbers, oak and tile floors, exposed bricks wall and open fireplaces.
There are two entrances to the property, one enters directly into the central hall and reception rooms and a newly created side entrance arrives into a boot room area where there is a cloakroom with shower and a utility room. The ground floor comprises four reception rooms and a newly fitted kitchen. First floor accommodates three bedrooms (one en suite) and a family bathroom. The forth bedroom is up on the second floor.
Outside, the property benefits from a rear garden which is laid to lawn with a boarder of mature trees and hedging.
There is a double garage and a space for parking.
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Such a characterful home, excellently located for amenities and schools.Max Rhodes