A charming 17th Century detached family home, with later additions, set in gardens of about two thirds of an acre and in a delightful rural position with lovely views across open country.
Starlings is a substantial but picturesque Grade II listed property of great style and character that was originally built in 17th Century with later additions in the early part of the 20th Century.
The overall accommodation is well balanced and as you would expect of a property of this age it also retains many fine original features. The main house is arranged mainly over two floors and provides 3576 square feet of family accommodation, with a further 1054 square feet of accommodation in the outbuildings, workshop and garages.
The main entrance hallway is in the modern part of the building as is the significant drawing room. There is a sitting room with an inglenook fireplace, the dining room and the modern fitted kitchen all in the older part of the house. There is a further study and also useful cloakroom, utility room and walk in larder as part of the ground floor.
On the first floor, the master bedroom has a door providing direct access into the shower room. There are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom on this level. The fifth bedroom is located on the second floor.
Outside the property is accessed through a gate that opens onto a private driveway leading to the front of the house and the off parking area to the front of the garages. The gardens, that surround the house on all sides, are a real feature of the property and have been well maintained over many years. As such they offer a beautifully mature backdrop to the property that boast open
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A beautiful house that spans the ages from 17th century charm to splendid Victorian grandeur.David Reynolds