The Old Horns is a picturesque period Grade II listed cottage, formerly an ale house with early 18th century origins, with wonderful characterful features and a charming garden.
The Old Horns is a picturesque period Grade II listed cottage, formerly an ale house believed to date from the 18th century. The property is full of original features, including exposed beams, tiled floors, exposed brick fireplaces and panelled doors.
The attractive central front doorway with timber porch leads into the heart of the home, a sitting room and dining room, both with handsome inglenook fireplaces, oak lintels and wood burning stoves. The kitchen has been sympathetically modernised and has underfloor heating beneath a limestone floor, features include a traditional butler sink, range cooker, integrated appliance.
On the first floor there are three characterful double bedrooms which are serviced by a family bathroom located on the ground floor. A rear double height oak framed garden room features a pitched roof, windows on all sides and doors opening out to the garden. To the side is a separate self-contained study, which serves as a useful home working facility.
Outside the property is approached by a five bar gate and generous driveway bordered by a lawned front garden. The property has benefit of planning consent for a detached ingle garage, this site is currently occupied by a large shed which has power and lighting installed, there is also a garden shed to the side.
The rear garden has been landscaped to feature a pretty terrace with timber pergola and throughout there is an established mix of colourful planting and a mixture of mature trees to the boundary offering an attractive backdrop.
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This is a delightful home. Of particular note is the garden room, which really makes the garden visible and accessible to the ground floor.Helen Pack