A charming and historic Grade II listed village house with additional accommodation.
Cobwebbs is a delightful Grade II listed property, believed to date from c.1550 with later additions.
The property is generally well-presented, with some updating required, and has a wealth of fascinating period features, including stone framed windows to the front ground floor, crittal rear windows and an impressive inglenook fireplace to the dining hall, complete with heavy oak bressumer, cast iron hood and a salt box set into the brickwork.
The layout is ideally suited to family life, with family room/ sitting room, dining hall, kitchen/breakfast room with separate room, and four bedrooms (one en suite and one with basin) and a family bathroom arranged over the first and second floors.
The cellar is accessed outside, to the rear of the sitting room.
The principal accommodation is complemented by a separate two bedroom property known as The Potters Cottage, which can be let, and is situated in its own garden to the south east of Cobwebbs. Please refer to the floorplans for a comprehensive overview of the full layout and extent of the property.
To the front, the house is set behind a low wall, with a driveway to the right of the house offering off-street parking; Cobwebbs also owns the timber framed garaging to the north of the house.
The gardens are a particularly fine feature and have been landscaped, with well-stocked flower beds, a greenhouse, raised beds, and a detached double garage sited towards the rear of the garden. The old well has been filled, can hold a fire pit and has seating around.
The site plan shows the boundary of the property which extends to about two thirds of an acre.
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I really love the period details this property offers.Rohan Vines