Unique opportunity in sought-after village.
Understood to date from the late 18th century and originally four cottages, Anvil House is a deceptively spacious, detached property set in heart of this sought after village. Built of ironstone under a slate roof, with brick outbuildings, the house retains a wealth of period features. Benefitting from a central village location with access to a good range of amenities, the property also features lovely views across the village and onto rolling countryside beyond.
A charming, dual aspect dining room features an open stone fireplace and wooden floor. The kitchen / breakfast room has fitted base and wall units, a pantry and room for a table. A generous sitting room also features the same attractive wooden flooring, beams and a stone fireplace with large wood burning stove. This opens into a versatile conservatory with wonderful views both to the church and rolling countryside. A rear hallway provides good storage and there is a WC.
The first floor provides a generous, dual aspect principal bedroom with views across to open countryside, an in-built cupboard and adjacent shower room. The second bedroom is also a spacious, dual aspect room with views across the village. There are two further bedrooms and a bathroom.
The property benefits from an adjoining brick outbuilding. This currently provides a store and garage / workshop, but has potential for alternative uses, subject to necessary permissions.
To the rear of the property is a charming, walled courtyard garden with space to park a car. There is then a further paved courtyard garden, which is south facing and also accessed from the conservatory and sitting room.
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I'd love to live in Hook Norton with its great array of local amenities and proximity to Soho Farmhouse and all the Cotswolds has to offer. I think Anvil House is a special village property with a lot to offer.Catherine ScandrettProperty agent