Discreetly located country house overlooking farmland.
Available for the first time and built in 1746, Pemberton House was formerly a stable, a brewery and a barn.
The accommodation includes many attractive period-style features, including a red-brick fireplace, vaulted bedroom ceilings and ledge-and-brace style doors. The kitchen occupies the full depth of the house, fitted with traditional timber units with integrated appliances. This room is open to the utility room and has access to the rear garden and front drive. Adjoining the kitchen is a dining room with a tiled floor and studwork partition separating a living room. The living room has double doors on to the garden and features a brick fireplace with log burner.
There are four first floor bedrooms. The principal bedroom has double doors providing a lovely outlook over the gardens and has its own en suite. The remaining bedrooms have vaulted ceilings, exposed trusses and overlook the gardens and farmland.
Outside, a drive shared with a neighbouring period house is approached through electric gates into a large drive and parking area. A double cart lodge lies adjacent to the house and has a large loft room over. There is the potential to create an annexe subject to planning permission. The rear gardens are a particular feature, measuring 125 ft in length. There is a terrace adjoining the house and a south-facing wisteria-clad pergola over a raised deck, ideal for al fresco dining. Adjacent is a secure garden store.
In all about 0.23 acres
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Tucked away behind a gated entrance, this house will appeal to those seeking privacy in the countryside.Stephen WhiteProperty agent