Most handsome Grade II listed village property with self contained annexe and gardens extending to approximately 0.64 acres.
Rectory House is justifiably Grade II listed as being of architectural interest and and we understand was constructed in 1866. This handsome house has dressed stone elevations under a slate roof and stone mullion windows and is prominently positioned in Fore Street which is almost entirely made up of period houses. The property has well presented and spacious accommodation arranged over two floors with a number of handsome rooms including a particularly nice reception hall with wood stripped floor, a well fitted kitchen with AGA, an attractive dining room, elegant drawing room and snug with wood burning stove. On the first floor there are five bedrooms and four bathrooms.
In addition to the main house, within a range of single storey former outbuildings is a home office or further bedroom with bathroom, as well as another self contained annexe ideal for guests, relatives or for letting subject to the necessary consents.
The house is approached from Fore Street, a most attractive thoroughfare through this charming unspoilt conservation village. A private gravelled drive provides parking for several cars and access to the garden. Immediately to the rear of the house is a large terrace which also runs alongside the annexe. The main lawn drops away gently from the property and is bordered on all sides with mature shrubs and plants. The garden has some fine mature trees including a magnificent Copper Beech and there is a kitchen garden on the northern boundary with raised beds and a play area for children. On the southern side is a further terrace leading from the kitchen.
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Pretty house, thriving villageAshley Rawlings