This is an appealing Grade II listed village house of late 16th Century origin which has been lovingly restored over the last 14 years. Great care and attention has been taken over the works using the best materials and craftsmen to retain the features and charm synonymous with the period but provide all modern amenities. The house has solid oak and stone flooring and under-floor heating throughout. There is good family accommodation spread over two floors with a generous easily accessed attic via an additional staircase. There is a good-sized kitchen that is semi open to the dining room with three further separate reception rooms and a large central reception hall. On the first floor the master bedroom boasts a dressing room and large bathroom. All additional bedrooms have en-suite bath/shower rooms. The principal house is complemented by a very attractive cottage/annexe, this a separate old barn which has been sympathetically restored and converted into a one bedroom self-contained cottage that incorporates an open plan kitchen, vaulted living room with separate shower room and single bedroom all with underfloor heating. This space provides additional accommodation for visitors or can be let out to provide an additional source of income. The owners have had pre planning discussions with the conservation officer to add a large orangery to the full length of the rear of the house for which there is a preliminary sketch together with turning two of the car ports into a Jacuzzi room. The house sits well in its plot, there is good parking and large south facing gardens which over-look fields to the rear. Immediately to the rear of the house is a wide terrace . There is an extensive range of useful outbuildings including a garage and three bay cart shed/car port. In all about 0.74 acres.