Charming period village house with riverside gardens.
The Old Tannery is a charming Grade II listed village house dating from the early part of the 19th century. The property faces south-east and is light with well-proportioned and elegant reception rooms opening onto a sheltered and generous terrace. The accommodation is well presented over 3 floors with an adjoining first floor flat with its own entrance onto the lane. There is Planning Permission No. 17/02435/House for a single story extension creating a kitchen/family room and dining area over part of the existing terrace.
Gardens and Grounds
The Old Tannery is accessed from the lane via electric gates to graveled parking in front of the outbuilding which comprises of a carport, gym/office, garden machinery store, and on the first floor a large office and storage area. Along the south-east elevation is a large and generous terrace looking over the gardens and swimming pool with summerhouse. The gardens are laid mainly to lawn interspersed with some mixed borders, ornamental trees and shrubs and run down to the lovely River Lambourn.
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A lovely period house and garden - I'm constantly drawn down to the riverbank....Liz McLean