The current owner of this property, a historian, has traced the property's origins back to its construction in the 1600s. He and his wife have undertaken its renovation with minute attention to historic detail with total respect for the building's heritage. All major works have been completed with new drainage and plumbing, new electric installation, new roofs, and new windows and doors throughout. The property benefits from some important modern additions, with an alarm, and full gas central heating with the latest consending boiler. All the internal major works are finished but the lucky future owner of this property can add his finishing touches to the work by choosing the flooring of 3 rooms and installing 2 bathrooms.
The accommodation comprises a huge hallway leading to kitchen, sitting room, downstairs bedroom with ensuite (to install), boiler room. An original half-turning stone staircase leads to the first floor landing from which are accessed 3 further bedrooms with dressing rooms (or ensuites to install) and a shower room, and the staircase carries onto to a second floor which could be converted if required.
Outside, the buildings stand around a walled internal courtyard which was one accessed through the vaulted stone pigeonnier, an original bread oven, and a large barn. The courtyard faces south, so the large covered terrace is much used! The current owners have planning consent for a pool with a view over the surrounding countryside.