An exceptionally well presented & converted period home with no onward chain
This historic building was built in 1864 as a Church of England School Rooms. The property has been substantially restored and renovated together with a sympathetic extension to the
rear. Internally, the original character style has been carefully retained with arched openings and doorways reflecting the window design and new oak floors laid virtually throughout. The sitting room provides a main feature with its vaulted ceiling, range of windows along one side, a stable front door and with a cast log burning stove in the chimney breast. The
custom fitted kitchen is a further attraction with Shaker style units, Corian work surfaces and a range of integrated equipment. Similarly the very well appointed shower room benefits from underfloor heating.
The Old School Rooms occupies a prominent corner position fronting onto The Street with a return frontage to Church Lane which runs along the side. Around the two frontages are wide
lawned verges with flower beds.
To the rear is an attractively landscaped garden which has
been well planted and laid out with a circular paved terrace
and matching circular lawn both surrounded by an interesting variety of shrubs and climbers together with a prominent Crab Apple tree. In addition there is a water feature and a wood store.
Photos taken May 2019
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A fabulous one off property in fantastic condition in picturesque villageRyan Allbon