A traditional Cotswold stone house in a popular village.
Formerly a school and schoolhouse believed to date from 1780 and enlarged in 1909, The Old School House is a handsome Grade II listed village house with traditional, very well-presented accommodation over three floors. The property retains a number of period features including inglenook fireplace, substantial exposed timber beams and deep window sills.
A charming porch frames the front door which opens into a generous drawing room with an inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove. There is plenty of space for a dining table and chairs. As your enter a door to the left leads to an inviting sitting room with fireplace housing a wood burning stove. At the other end of the room is a door to the kitchen which is fitted with an excellent range of traditional units and a Rayburn. There is room for a table and chairs and a door leads to a useful utility. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a shower room.
The staircase rises from the drawing room to the first floor landing where there is a principal bedroom with pretty fireplace and en suite shower room, two further bedrooms and family bathroom. A staircase rises to a large second floor landing and two further bedrooms. A sixth bedroom is accessed from an independent staircase.
A mature garden lies to the rear comprising areas of lawn, large flower beds, specimen trees and an area for vegetable production. There is gravelled parking for several cars accessed via a timber gate. A paved terrace lies along the rear elevation.
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This house won't disappoint. With high ceilings, great flow, mature garden - this is a superb village house.Kay McCluskey