Period village house with an annexe & equestrian facilities including stable yard & paddocks extending to around 7 acres.
Townsend House is an attractive early late Georgian semi-detached property with white rendered and white timber façade in a picturesque village.
The characterful entrance arrives into a welcoming central reception hall. The handsome sitting room retains period features which include elegant high ceilings, cornicing, a ceiling rose an attractive fireplace and dual aspect tall sash windows. The dining room provides a link to a kitchen fitted with traditionally styled cabinetry and an AGA with an adjoining utility/laundry and Guest WC. On the other side of the kitchen there is a walk in pantry, a boot room area and access out to the garden as well as in to the annexe (which also has its own independent access).
Upstairs the principal bedroom enjoys a view out towards the farmed fields that surround the village, as well as out to the garden and also has an en suite shower room. There are two further bedrooms with access to a family bathroom.
The independent annexe comprises a fitted kitchen, sitting room, a double bedroom and shower room.
Attached to the property also there is a work shop and store room.
Outside, the front of the property is enclosed by a wall and has a pretty brick laid path to the front door.
A track to the right side of the property leads to a gated parking area which provides parking for several cars and there is also a 3 bay car port. The parking area also gives access to the stables and onward to the paddocks.
The garden is largely level, with an area of natural woodland.
The equestrian facilities include a stable yard, three pony stalls a larger stall and tack room/hay store. There is a school measuring approximately 20x40 metres and three large paddocks extending to around 7 acres.
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This is a very charming house, offering a nice package for any buyer looking to keep horses or be within a sought after village.Rory McKenzie