Fine Grade II listed country house in popular village location with grounds of about 7 acres
The Old Hall is a fine example of a Grade II listed country house, dating from 1570 with early 17th century alterations and further later alterations and additions. The property is traditionally constructed of rendered timber frame with gable ends in colour washed brick under plain tiled roofs and occupies the historic moated site of an earlier house.
The Old Hall, which retains many period details including many original fireplaces, doors, boarded floors and two staircases is well presented and makes an excellent substantial family home. Offering a very useful annexe wing to the northeast where the former dairy buildings were situated provides fairly substantial accommodation in its own right and would suit multigenerational requirements. With accommodation in the main house spanning three floors and offering up to six bedrooms.
The property is approached via a long gravelled drive which leads to a gravelled turning and parking area together with open-fronted garaging for three cars. The gardens and grounds are a particularly attractive feature of the property and are part moated. Set within a plot of about 7.21 acres The Old Hall has a great deal of privacy thanks to the variety of trees along the boundary and features different sections of garden to include patio terraces, kitchen garden complete with large greenhouse installed in 2020, woodland walk, pond and ornamental hedgerows.
For the keen equestrian buyer there are paddocks and stabling. Beyond the property lies excellent countryside views.
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The Old Hall has superb privacy yet the convenience of the village centre location right on the doorstep.Tom Clayton