Viewings by appointment only. A rare opportunity to acquire a slice of local history. A Grade II listed property, The Old Rectory at Ash dates back to the 16th century, however it is the early Georgian façade that is understood to be the main reason for its protected status, added in 1721, it is a fine example of simple vernacular architecture of that period, beautifully proportioned and retaining many of its original features. No.2 has the lion`s share of this part of the building. The current owners have gone to great lengths not to destroy the properties abundant character during the past decade of careful restoration.
There is a large gravelled driveway to the side of the house with space for several vehicles which leads directly to the double detached garage. The extensive grounds surround the property offering different areas to enjoy. There is a courtyard area by the side door which is ideal for alfresco dining. There is a large and well maintained lawn section and another section which is currently being used as a storage yard and home for an outside office. The garden is fully enclosed by wood panel fencing.
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