Former Lodge cottage with paddocks in a lovely position.
A former Gate Lodge to The Hall, a large mansion which sits up at the top of the hill, the property sits behind tall brick piers which originally marked the beginning of the long drive up to the main house.
The drive has long gone and Park Lodge now sits in an attractive spot adjacent to a block of woodland and open farmland on the edge of the village. The house is thought to date back to the beginning of the last century and is built of red brick under a plain clay tiled roof.
The accommodation laid out over two floors was modernised in relatively recent times but would benefit from a degree of updating to the kitchen. The main sitting room has an open fireplace and panelling to the far wall, there is a ground floor bedroom with en-suite bathroom and three further bedrooms at first floor level with dormer windows looking out over the gardens. A second bathroom with separate shower and a utility (with recently installed Grant oil fired central heating boiler) complete the accommodation which extends to 120 sqm (1,288 sqft) overall.
Approached through tall red brick piers there is a tarmac and block paved parking area to the side of the house. Beyond this is a separate outbuilding formerly a garage with power laid on and a green house. The gardens are laid out mainly to the east and north of the house with a number of mature shrubs and trees. To the north of the garden is the remainder of the land which is laid to fenced paddocks.
In all about 6.5 acres
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This former lodge cottage to The Hall at Shudy Camps Park is in a lovely spot on the edge of the village and benefits from a decent garden and fenced paddocks suitable for horses.James Barnett