Grade II listed house with landscaped gardens.
Strouds is a charming Grade II listed character house, believed to date from the early C17th with Victorian and post war additions.
The property offers versatile accommodation arranged in two distinct wings, with a stone flagged entrance hall creating a bridge between the older portion and the later addition.
Points of note include exposed beams, latched doors, an LPG fired AGA in the kitchen and an impressive inglenook fireplace set with a wood burning stove in the sitting room.
The Victorian dining room/library is an elegant room with French doors to the terrace.
The 1960s east wing creates a spacious triple aspect drawing room, with French doors to the conservatory and a lovely carved fireplace set with a woodburning stove. This portion could be used as self-contained accommodation.
On the first floor, the spacious master bedroom and two further bedrooms, one accessed through the other, are situated in the west wing, served by a bathroom.
Two further bedrooms and a bathroom are situated in the east wing.
Please refer to the floorplans and accommodation list for a full overview of the layout of the property.
The beautifully landscaped gardens have been planted with acer, azalea, rhododendron, white wisteria, sycamore and apple. A pretty terrace with a well has a gazebo, space for table and chairs, hedged by yew and box topiary.
The double garage has a secure heated store with an office above. The office has air conditioning, and is designed to accommodate at least four personnel, with kitchen facilities and plumbing in place for a WC.
The summer house and timber workshop both have power connected.
The gravelled drive provides off street parking ahead of the garage. About two thirds of an acre.
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This is a great house for extended family living, and I really like the pretty gardens.Hannah Riches