Humber House is situated within the heart of the village and is believed to be of 17th century origins with 19th century additions.
Given it's architecture, the house has a quintessentially handsome façade.
Lying in a Conservation Area, the property is Grade II listed and is constructed of local ironstone under a Welsh grey slate roof.
Classic period architecture provides well-proportioned principal rooms with generous ceiling heights and plenty of natural light.
Period features include open fireplaces, elegant principal staircase, pine panelling, simple coving, shuttered sash windows, deep skirting boards, flagstone and quarry tiled floors and four panel internal doors.
The house has been in the same ownership for the last 40 years and it is fair to say it requires extensive modernisation.
The accommodation is laid out over three floors and a cellar. From the floor plan below the internal layout currently includes an integral flat and as a result the layout offers versatile living for a large family or those looking for staff/au pair/granny flat.
The house very much reflects a bygone era when there were household staff with principal and secondary staircases, house keeper's office (study), parlour (snug) and former pantry (utility room). In addition is a lift to the first floor.
A separate cottage is a useful recent addition comprising sitting room, kitchen and breakfast room, cloakroom, two bedrooms and a bathroom. Paved terrace.
Former coach house and stable used as a garden store. Lean-to store and gardener's wc. Former summer house (in need of repair).
Gravelled drive leads through stone piers to a parking area to the front of the house.
There are ample, level and partly walled gardens to the south and east. Various herbaceous beds and a number of mature trees.
Key aspects of Humber House are its tremendous feeling of space and light; versatile accommodation; architecture; scope for extensive modernisation; separate cottage for dependent relatives or income stream; delightful gardens; useful outbuildings and all within a central village position.
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I have always admired this house as it is the Georgian dream, with plenty of room for modernisation, thus allowing you to put your own stamp on this lovely village house.Nick Rudge