An extremely interesting detached Grade II Listed character house comprising a joined circa 1600 cottage and attached converted barn with the benefit of a self-contained annexe to the rear. The impressive property nestles in a very quiet village (with little or no through traffic) and is set within a plot of approximately 2/3 acre providing secluded, private gardens and multiple seating areas. The main house is steeped in history and comprises: Reception hall with flagstone floor, study, cloakroom, sitting room with Inglenook fireplace and wood burner, large dining room again with an Inglenook fireplace and wood burner, further reception room with a galleried area to the first floor, kitchen, 4 double bedrooms (2 with en-suite) a family bathroom, landing/study area and downstairs cloakroom. The annexe comprises: Kitchen, lovely sitting room, separate double bedroom, shower room and a store room.
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