Period charm in a desirable village. Offering good sized reception rooms and a residents garden, with views towards the church from the front aspect.
Grade II listed and dating from circa 1470, this charming period property offers living space across three floors with lots of original character throughout. The reception rooms are of a good size, with high ceilings, some original panelling and one with a wood burner stove.
The everyday entrance to the house is to the rear, off the courtyard parking area, though there are also doors to the front and side.
Off the hallway are the two reception rooms, a kitchen, utility room and guest cloakroom, together with access to the cellar.
On the first floor there are two bedrooms, one with an en suite shower and a family bathroom. A steeper secondary staircase leads to the top floor, where there are three further rooms and a loft storage room.
Outside, The Red Lion residents share an allocated parking area within the courtyard to the rear of the building. There is a single garage.
The residents enjoy use of a communal garden, which is at the top of the courtyard. This is mainly laid to lawn with seating areas and flower bed borders.
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There is so much history in this building - used as a hotel many years ago, there are stories of a tunnel connecting the house with the church across the road, for the clergy to use as an escape route if needed!Justin GodfreyProperty agent