A grade II period property, believed to date back in excess of 600 years. The property is believed to have started life as the west wing of a much larger manor house which was separated in to individual dwellings.
An attractive porch leads the way into this most individual of properties. A spacious living room is the center piece of the ground floor with wooden flooring, inglenook fireplace exposed brick and stud work. This room is an ideal room for entertaining friends and for family's to meet and discuss their day. A traditional kitchen acts as a conduit between the well proportioned dining room at the front and the lounge to the rear. Through out this period property there is an absolute abundance of character and features including, hand painted walls of historical significance, stained glass windows, vaulted ceilings, exposed stud and brick work and open fireplaces plus many more items of intri... Read more
||Grade II Listed