The property dates back in origin to circa 1860 and was the former dairy for the village. Within the curtilage of the property is a converted flint and carrstone building known as 'the reading room' which was previously a library for the village folk. The original library burned down and was later re-built in the late 19th century. The 'reading room' is currently set up as a bedroom, however it will also lend its self well to anyone wanted a home office or to run a business from home. Accommodation comprises entrance hall, spacious sitting room/ dining room with exposed brick fire place and multi-fuel log burning stove, kitchen with newly fitted units and integrated appliances, generous bathroom, bedroom and cellar previously used as a milk store. The property sits on a generous plot with a garage/ workshop backing on to paddock land. The property also has the benefit of recently fitted UPVC double glazing and has also been totally re-wired and re-plumbed throughout. Viewing is essential to fully appreciate the 'real labour of love' that has been undertaken to completely renovate this quaint and charming home representing a real life style opportunity.
Period home set in Rural Location New Kitchen and Bathroom Set within a large plot UPVC double glazing thoughout
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