A charming early Victorian family house in a popular area, with an annexe and outbuildings.
The Old Vicarage dates from about 1840 and is a handsome red brick detached house which sits beautifully within its substantial plot. The well-balanced accommodation has
The property is approached via a gravel driveway, with parking for several vehicles and access to the double garage and carport.
On the ground floor, the drawing room is a spacious and comfortable living space, with an open fireplace and a bay window providing plenty of natural light. There is also a sitting room with a fireplace and French doors opening onto the rear gardens, a splendid sun room with a southeast-facing aspect, an office and a formal dining room with wooden flooring, French doors and a cast-iron open fireplace. The kitchen/breakfast room has farmhouse style units with granite worktops, a central island and integrated appliances. The practical cellar is accessed from underneath the staircase, and is well-sized for storage.
Upstairs there are four generous bedrooms, including the principal bedroom, a bedroom with an en suite bathroom, a bedroom with an en suite shower, and a further bedroom. There are two separate family bathrooms.
The apartment is attached to the main house and provides self-contained accommodation. It comprises a sitting room with French doors out to the garden, a fully equipped kitchen, a bedroom with fitted storage and a shower room.
, while at the rear of the house there is an enclosed paved courtyard, with access to a second garage and workshop space. The rear gardens include paved and gravel terracing, a pond, lawns, colourful flowerbeds, an orchard and a variety of shrubs, hedgerows and mature trees.
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I was completely charmed by The Old Vicarage on my first visit - the setting, architecture and gardens are simply delightful.Jamie Bradshaw