Grade II listed house in about 0.43 of an acre.
The house is listed Grade II, dating from the 16th century and altered in the 18th and 20th centuries. It is constructed with a timber frame with weatherboard elevations under a clay tiled roof. Internally the house has generous and versatile accommodation, particularly on the ground floor. There are four reception rooms including a former garage, now a games room, which would make for a cinema or gym being separated from the main house. At the opposite end, the wing would make a lovely independent annexe utilising the utility room (as a kitchen), study, cloakroom and reception room. There is also a second staircase enabling independent access to a first floor bedroom. Throughout the house are many period features, exemplified by exposed timbers and fireplaces.
The gardens are a particular feature, designed to provide colour and interest throughout the year. They include a variety of evergreens, palms, rose and shrub borders within a vast expanse of lawns, set against patios adjoining the house for al fresco dining. There is plenty of parking in front of the house and a drive to a detached garage.
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What an unusual find! A period house full of character at the heart of the commuter belt.Stephen WhiteProperty agent