An attractive Grade II listed period house in the centre of this highly desirable village.
The Cross Tree is a detached Grade II listed property dating from the early 16th century. Constructed of attractive red brick in a timber-frame under a clay tiled roof, the property is offered in excellent decorative order. The house exudes charm, combining period interest with modern day facilities. There are numerous features of character, including exposed timbers and brickwork; fireplaces; early mullion windows; surviving wattle and daub panels; window seats and wooden floors. The sitting room is particularly light and offers views towards the village and across the rear garden. The spacious and well fitted kitchen has an Aga and a range of wall and floor based units. It leads through to the sunny family room. On the first floor there are five bedrooms, including a principal suite with dressing area and fitted mahogany wardrobes, four additional bedrooms, (three double and one en suite) and a family bathroom.
The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn, with a terrace adjoining the property providing an ideal space for outdoor entertaining. The garden offers a good degree of privacy and is well planted, with an old flint wall to the right-hand side. The garden is fully enclosed and south west facing.
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This is one of those great village properties, character, great position, good accommodation and delightful gardens what is there not to like!Giles Muddle