Old Manor House comprises an important and historic Grade II Listed family home and annexe set in wonderful private grounds and gardens in the heart of this highly sought after village
This important and historic house was reputed to have been once occupied by the Royalist, Colonel R Hacker who signed Charles I's death warrant.
Set within the heart of this sought after village, the property in its approx. 0.78 acres enjoys a high degree of privacy. The principal house offers very generous accommodation with excellent well-proportioned rooms including a fine entrance vestibule leading through to the stunning historic staircase hallway. The main reception rooms including a drawing room with separate sitting area and well-proportioned dining room with a separate conservatory off the hallway all embody the history and style of this lovely period home. There is a refitted high quality breakfast kitchen and in addition a utility and cloaks with WC.
The wide and generous oak staircase rises to the first floor landing and leads onto a master bedroom with renewed en suite shower room and a separate dressing area. There is a further double bedroom with en suite shower room. Two additional bedrooms plus a very spacious and refitted family bathroom and separate WC.
The upper floor provides generous attic rooms comprising two linked bedrooms or annexe with studio space.
Leading off the main house is a carefully conceived and created independent annexe with studio/living space, generous bedroom with a full en suite bathroom. This part enjoying independent central heating. The annexe also has a separate side driveway access if required.
Around the property are generous courtyard and sitting areas with all the principal rooms enjoying a southerly aspect over the main gardens.
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Old Manor House offers the character afforded by an historic Grade<BR> II Listed property along with renovated and refurbished accommodationClare Bingham