Interesting period village house with additional coach house/party barn.
Formerly three separate dwellings/shops, The Chase is a unique and deceptively spacious property. The current owners have undertaken an extensive programme of improvements, yet there is still scope to extend the renovations further if desired. The entrance hall, with flagstone floor, leads past a cloakroom and boot room, through to the drawing room, with wooden floors and woodburning stove. The rear hall offers access to a sitting room, with large bay window overlooking the garden and woodburning stove and also the kitchen/breakfast room, with an AGA, shaker style cupboards, wooden worktops and a butlers sink. Brick steps from the rear hall lead down into a cellar with two good sized rooms. Upstairs is a large principal bedroom suite, including a shower room and dressing room; a double bedroom with en suite bathroom, three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom. On the top floor is a light-filled study and an extensive attic room, with velux windows.
To one side of the property is an original, full-height coaching entrance, with a gated archway through to the gravel parking area at the rear of the property. A gravel and stone terrace runs along the back of the house with steps, under a wisteria covered pergola, up onto a sheltered and secluded walled garden. Laid mainly to lawn, the garden benefits from a variety of trees and shrubs, including magnolia, pear, apple and plum trees and vegetable beds. A particular feature of the property is a two-storey, timber framed coach house/party barn. Of brick, flint and stone construction under a slate tiled roof, it offers a large and flexible space that could have a multitude of uses.
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The Chase is an interesting family home with an abundance of space, storage and light.Paul Cadge