Rarely available, a unique and individual property built circa 1860 from two former dwellings, with the current vendors enjoying the property for over 20 years.
Set behind wrought iron railings with fabulous views to the front aspect of St Edmunds Church, this family home boasts charm, originality and character with features including high ceilings and original fireplace.
Located in a prominent position along the High Street, close to all of the amenities, schools and mainline railway station, the generous accommodation is arranged over two floors, comprising two elegant reception rooms, a well fitted kitchen and separate utility room, plus a delightful garden room which gives direct access to an outside space covered with a vaulted, glazed roof, ideal for both summer and winter entertaining.
The first floor provides a master bedroom with en-suite, three further bedrooms and a large family bathroom. There is also scope to extend into the loft space STPP - where dormer windows are already installed at the rear.
Discreetly tucked away to the rear is an established walled garden of circa 100ft in length with mature trees, seating areas, and lawn, all of which are meticulously maintained. There is parking to the rear with potential to create additional parking. Within the garden there is also a brick built and tiled roof workshop.
It is rumoured that many years ago, gin was distributed from the site of this house to travellers, and whilst excavating the rear garden numerous oyster shells were found, indicating it may have been in close proximity to a Coaching Inn.