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This is a beautifully presented Georgian period house with light, spacious and versatile accommodation and a wealth of elegant and period features and has included an antiques business for many years. The historic house, formally a rectory, currently offers four/five bedrooms, four bathrooms, three/four reception rooms, bespoke country kitchen and conservatory and must be viewed to be fully appreciated.
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The Old Rectory is a beautiful double fronted Grade 11 Listed detached house dating to the late 18th Century. The impressive front has wide granite steps with wrought iron railings leading to the central door which has a Venetian window over and large multi paned windows which flood the house with light. Extremely well cared for, the interior has a wealth of period features including an impressive entrance hall with turning staircase and galleried landing, ceiling cornices and roses, dado and picture rails, panelled doors, some slate floors and feature fireplaces. Sensitively updated, modern comforts include a well equipped bespoke kitchen with conservatory, two en suite shower rooms and family bathroom. One wing of the ground floor can be self contained and has been an antiques shop for many years, with a stockroom, utility, shower room. The property offers many other possibilities for a home business, if desired, such as a clinic, salon or a fantastic bed and breakfast.
A grand and spacious entrance hall with stunning turning staircase to the first floor. Under stairs wine store with slate floor and doors to drawing room, shop and rear hall.
An elegant room with feature full height curved bay window to the front, and French doors with shutters leading to the garden. Attractive marble fireplace with tiled surround and slate hearth housing multi fuel stove.
Slate floor, doors to the rear courtyard, reception/stockroom and kitchen.
A wonderful triple aspect room opening to the conservatory. Bespoke pine kitchen with granite work surfaces and integrated appliances includes fridge, oven, microwave, hob, extractor and dishwasher. Oil fired Rayburn Royal for cooking, hot water or heating, tiled floor and part tiled walls.
Super sun room, double glazed with French doors leading to the garden, tiled floor.
Formally used as another reception room, such as a dining room, the antique shop is another a spacious open room that could serve number of uses for home or business. Feature full height bay window to the front, side entrance door and window, opening to the stockroom and door to the entrance hall.
French doors to the side, opening to the shop and doors to the rear hall, shower room and utility room. Slate floor and storage cupboard.
Obscured glazed window, contemporary vanity wash hand basin, WC, corner shower unit, part tiled walls.
Window to side. Floor cupboard with work surface fitted single bowl sink and drainer, tiled splash back. Space and plumbing for washing machine, Worcester oil fired boiler, airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder.
A superb open landing with staircase rising from the reception hall. Large paned window overlooking the rear courtyard. Hallway to one side with stained glass window and linen cupboard leading to bedroom two and the family bathroom
A lovely light room with bay window to the front, period fireplace and door to en suite.
Window to side, panelled bath with shower over, WC, bidet, pedestal wash hand basin, part tiled walls, heated towel rail.
Window to side, linen cupboards and airing cupboard with hot water cylinder. Suite comprising panelled bath, WC, bidet, vanity wash basin and large shower cubicle, heated towel rail.
A lovely light bedroom at the rear of the house with window overlooking garden, clock tower and some countryside views.
A feature of this bedroom is a window to the front with period panelling and built in storage cupboards to each side.
A well as the ground floor sitting room, the family use this large first floor room as a TV room, study and library. Windows to the front and side and a feature fireplace with marble surround and slate hearth. Door to
Currently used as another study with built in storage and shelving, attractive stained glass window and further window to the side, door to
Window to the side and door to
Corner shower unit, WC, pedestal wash hand basin, part tiled walls, heated towel rail.
From Fore Street there is a drive leading to the rear of the property. There is a paved parking area for up to three cars and an attractive paved rear courtyard with a store, original well pump and even an old posting box. A gate leads into the the very pretty walled garden to the side of the properly. Southwesterly facing and a sheltered sun trap, the garden is mostly laid to lawn, with an interesting a colourful array of flowering shrubs and trees, paved pathways and hidden shed, garden and log store. The garden offers a great deal of privacy and can be accessed from the conservatory and sitting room.
Mains water, electricity and drainage, oil fired central heating, telephone and broadband, Council Tax Band F.
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