Edge of village house offering great potential with a detached annexe and stunning views over wooded countryside. About 1.25 acres
The Old Rectory is believed to date back to the 1950's and was built for the local vicar. The property is set well back from the road surrounded by established gardens of over an acre. The house has just been re-carpeted throughout and some windows have been replaced but it does require further modernisation. There is considerable potential for an extension or complete remodeling, subject to the necessary planning consents. The accommodation briefly comprises an entrance hall with doors to the main living rooms and a cloakroom. The sitting room has an open fireplace. The dining room has a connecting hatch through to the kitchen. The kitchen is presently fitted with a range of comprehensive base and wall mounted units and has views out to the gardens. There is a side hall which connects to a utility room, WC and external store room. The first floor has three bedrooms with delightful views, fitted cupboards and a large bathroom.
The Old Rectory is set back from the road at the end of the drive which culminates in a large parking sweep and fronts a single garage. Further back is a double garage with side store area. The gardens surround the property with numerous specimen trees, including willow, cherry and an orchard to one side of the entrance. The plot size is approximately 1.25 acres.
To the rear of the double garage is the Omar home, a two bedroom self-contained annexe which benefits from stunning views from the veranda over the undulating wooded countryside. The finish is in a contemporary style with light-filled rooms and modern appliances. This was sited in 2015 and is classified as a mobile home.
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This home offers so much potential. It sits well within an impressive plot of over an acre with superb elevated views and a delightful contemporary annexe.Tom OrfordProperty agent