A labour of love
The Old Rectory is the product of an extensive 10 year restoration and improvement programme.
Sympathetic to its age and architecture, the vendor has created an exceptionally comfortable home providing modern living amongst the expectant well-proportioned accommodation.
Edge of village position with views over open countryside to the east, set down at the end of a no through lane.
Grade II* Listed of 15th/16th and 17th century origins of part stone and part brick construction under a pitched reconstituted Stonesfield slate covered roof.
A wealth of period features include open fireplaces (some with stone surrounds), exposed timbers, sash windows, leaded lights, English elm and oak staircases.
Attention to installation of quality fixtures and fittings particularly the kitchen, being a bespoke handmade oak kitchen, and bathroom and shower room fittings and furnishings.
Installation of oak panelling, English oak and elm floorboards, elm and oak staircases, restored and new internal doors, re-wiring, plumbing, central heating via a wet under floor heating system throughout (except the dining room which has retained original flagstone flooring), lime plaster, redecorated throughout, recessed and wall lighting.
Useful and well appointed modern detached coach house comprising 3 bedrooms, kitchen/living room, utility room, 3 bath/shower rooms and integral triple carport, ideal for income stream, additional accommodation to the main house and/or working from home.
Partly walled level gardens predominantly laid to lawn, pond, ample off-road parking, double garage and stores.
In all about 1.2 acres.
This is a rare property offering the convenience of modern living amongst its age and charm in an enviable edge of village position with privacy and space in abundance.
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This fabulous home has been painstakingly restored, so the beneficiary of this can now enjoy really good, spacious and modern living amongst it's historical past.Nick Rudge