A spacious 2 double bed, 4 reception area, 2 bath grade II listed village home dating back to circa 1650, with an abundance of character features including exposed beams to ceilings & walls, an original inglenook fireplace & exposed brickwork. Superb ground floor accommodation comprises a large sitting room with recently fitted log burner set into an original inglenook, feature bay window & exposed ceiling beams, door to dining room with exposed ceiling beams & stripped pine double doors to study with wood panelling to one wall. An inner hallway then provides access to a wc (with steps down to cellar), a return door to the sitting room & a further door leading to the kitchen/breakfast room, with an extensive range of units, freestanding range, exposed brickwork, terracotta tiled floor & stable door leading to small front terrace & access to driveway, leading to parking area, garage & garden. Upstairs boasts a large master bedroom with exposed walled beams to ceiling & walls & an ensuite shower room with basin & wc. The guest bedroom is also a good sized double with exposed walled beams & a feature circular window. A door leads to an ensuite bathroom with rolltop bath & basin, as well as further beams to walls. From the landing, a staircase leads to a mezzanine area, with space for an additional study/small bedroom. Outside the property benefits from a narrow terrace to the side of the property, as driveway then leads down to an extensive area of hardstanding for several cars, & provides access to a detached double length garage. Steps then lead to a private, good size garden which is mainly laid to lawn with mature trees & shrubs. No onward chain.