An outstanding detached four bedroom Georgian house which sits in the picturesque village of Riccall.
Starting its life as The Drovers Inn' the property served as the village public house until around 1920. Drover House is an outstanding example of Georgian architecture dating back to the late 18th Century. The property has since been converted into a wonderful family home with plenty of character and period features. Standing in the heart of the Conservation Area of the sought-after village of Riccall, the property is perfectly proportioned and offers an opportunity for investment and improvement to the buyers own taste.
Entered through a particularly impressive reception room, the ground floor flows very nicely into a dining room, separate kitchen and utility. The grand 28 ft sitting room benefits from large dual aspect windows overlooking the gardens and across the village, stunning originals beams and an open fireplace.
To the first floor, there is a generous principal bedroom suite with walk in wardrobe and bathroom. There are two further double bedrooms, a single bedroom and house bathroom.
In addition there are private lawned gardens to the rear and side of the property.
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This house has an abundance of charm and I really like the fact you would own a piece of the villages history.Tanya Coffey