An exceptionally spacious Grade II Listed village house. Entrance hall Three Reception rooms Kitchen/breakfast room Old dairy Master bedroom with en-suite bathroom Four Further bedrooms, two further bathrooms and separate WC Four Attic rooms Double garage and outbuilding Garden Just under one Acre With parts dating back to Tudor times, Byway House is a beautifully proportioned Grade II Listed property and offers a wealth of space. It required updating. Set in a 19th century gabled porch, the front door opens to a bright hallway with parquet flooring. The substantial dining room enjoys exposed original beams, an open fireplace and French windows leading out to the garden. The equally generous drawing room is double aspect and benefits from high ceilings, stripped wooden floors, an open fireplace and a further set of French windows opening to the rear garden. The kitchen/breakfast room has been cleverly designed with a partially glazed roof and wall to make best use of the light. The kitchen itself is well equipped, with ample storage and a practical layout for entertaining. Further rooms on the ground floor include a sitting room, a larder, a utility room with original bread oven, a cloakroom and “The Old Dairy”. The first floor is accessed via the original staircase, rising to a bright, galleried landing, with a large roof lantern, which lights up the whole stairwell. The master bedroom overlooks the rear gardens and has a large en-suite bathroom. Four further good sized bedrooms and family bathroom complete the accommodation at this level. The second floor has a shower room and four attic rooms, offering scope for a variety of uses. Leading from the road is a double garage with an attached outbuilding. The exceptionally extensive and mature gardens wrap around the house, provide a good deal of privacy; there are separate patio areas for outdoor dining. The garden is large enough for a full-size tennis court to be established, subject to any necessary consents.