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Mill Green House was built in the 1540s and was obviously a property of some importance, it's heavily timbered with a high quality timber frame and exceptional workmanship evident. Our vendor has loved every minute of his time in the house commenting that he has been a privileged custodian and its' time to pass it on to future generations. The location is also exceptional, being on the edge of Chippenhall Green - a six hundred year old grazing area of special scientific interest. The house itself stands in a plot of approximately 2 acres, a mixture of meadow, lawn and mature trees and shrubs which itself attracts a lot of wildlife into it.
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Entrance porch with coat hooks leading to the entrance hall, with stairs rising to the first floor with wood panneling
A superb reception room with inglenook fireplace and bressumer beam over. With windows to both front and back aspects, with closely spaced exposed studs, indicating the quality of the build.
Entered via the drawing room through a glass door, with fitted book shelves of Elm and windows to the front and rear.
Featuring a further fireplace with Villager wood burning stove, also with closely spaced exposed timberwork, windows overlooking the green and the front garden. Doors lead to the kitchen and inner hallway.
With windows to the rear overlooking the rear garden and meadow, fitted with bespoke units and iroko worksurfaces. The floor is tiled and there is space for a range style cooker.
Fitted with wall and base units, sink and plumbing for washing machine
Fitted with shower stall and wash hand basin and is adjacent to a separate WC
Low level WC and window
The first floor landing again has exposed beams and studs in addition to the roof plate. There are two windows to the front aspect.
A superb room with windows to both front and rear aspects. The beams , studs and tie beam are all exposed with built in wardrobes and a useful pedestal wash hand basin fitted.
Another double bedroom with a window to front giving lovely views over the green.
With panel bath, pedestal wash hand basin and WC, with walk in shelved airing cupboard and window to rear.
Into the roof space with restricted head height in some areas, more exposed timbers and exposed brick chimney stack.
With northerly facing window again overlooking the common.
A spacious double bedroom with some restrictions to head height as it is in the roof space, but with a southerly facing window making it a light room with lovely views.
Useful wood store
Housing the oil fired boiler which services the central heating and hot water system.
Useful workshop or storage shed.
Mill Green house is set well off the road approached by a long drive which leads to a five bar gate. There is parking and turning space to the front and side of the house. The gardens extend to the east and are lawned with a variety of fruit trees and shrubs around a pond. To the rear is a terrace and further lawned area leading to a wild flower meadow/paddock with post and rail fencing and bordered by trees. To the rear of the proerpty is a boiler room, wood store and workshop and in addition are two outbuildings; a wooden shed and an old railway box cart! The grounds extend to approximately two acres in total and are a wonderful attraction to wildlife.
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