A splendid Grade II Listed character property with outbuildings and a lovely garden.
The Round House is a timber framed property dating back to 15th Century and thought to have been a former hall house. The house was remodeled by John Rogers in 1688 who also added a separate timber framed barn. Since then the property has been renovated but still retains its inherent character and original features. These include a wealth of exposed timbers, a large bressumer fireplace and high ceilings, unusual for a property of this age.
On the ground floor there are two reception rooms and a good sized kitchen/breakfast room having direct access to the front garden. There is also a utility/boot room with cloakroom.
There are two staircases leading up to the first floor which provides three bedrooms, one with en suite bathroom, there is also a separate family bathroom and a walk-in wardrobe. On the second floor are two additional bedrooms and a family bathroom. The landing on the second floor is a good size and could be used as a study area.
The property is approached through a timber gateway with a driveway leading to a thatched barn, recently re-built due to fire damage. It is a multi-purpose building capable of fulfilling a number of different requirements. Nearby is a Grade ll listed, thatched pound house.
The house faces south west with a mature garden surrounding it on mainly three sides. They are very much a feature of the property and In addition to the wide variety of tree and shrubs there are flower borders and interesting plants. The fruit trees include apple and damson.
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A charming detached house full of all the charm and character you would expect from a 15th Century house.Sebastian Hipwood