Beautiful Georgian village house.
Knoll Cottage is a substantial and impressive Georgian house believed to date from 1826. The property is constructed from red brick under pitched tiled roofs. Internally the house has great character with well-proportioned rooms, sash windows and fireplaces. The ground floor accommodation comprises a spacious dining room with wood burning stove which leads through to the study. The sitting room has original parquet flooring, a wood burning stove and a window seat. Opposite the sitting room lies the playroom which gives access to the cellar. The Orwells kitchen/breakfast room is situated at the rear of the house. It is fitted with wooden units and a six ring gas range, wooden worktops and a slate floor. The house was extended in 2006 and provides further living accommodation including a conservatory which benefits from under floor heating and triple glazing, a first floor family room, shower room and a ground floor boot room fitted with base and wall mounted units. There is also a gym, accessed externally. The first floor accommodation provides a principal bedroom with en suite shower room. There are a further four bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The house is approached through a five bar gate across a gravel drive, which provides ample parking. The gardens are a real feature of the property. A terrace is at the rear of the property with steps up to the lawned area and summerhouse. Trees and shrubs border the garden, providing a high degree of privacy and seclusion. The extensive kitchen garden has a number of raised beds, a large fruit cage and espalier trees. There is also a Hartley greenhouse. The double garage has loft space and a workshop at the rear.
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I found the property charming and sympathetically extended, offering modern spaces within a period house, surrounded by delightfully mature gardens.Tom Orford