Tudor - This charming Grade II Listed village house, located to the East of the Medieval market place is one of the finest examples we have seen; the modest half-timbered and brick exterior elevations truly belies the magnificent interior. Timbers in a rear outbuilding have been dated back to 1397, showing a long an interesting history. In 1575 the property (along with the adjoining property No.19) was an Inn and from 1886 a Greene King Pub until 1902.
Today this historical property has been updated and improved to provide a stunning period home. To the ground floor is a dining room with a stone flagged floor which continues into the bespoke fitted kitchen/breakfast room with hand painted units and oak style work tops including an island breakfast bar. To the first floor is the truly notable sitting room which spans the full-width of the house and alleyway beneath; with an inglenook fireplace and wood burner, original wide floor boards and magnificent exposed timber framing which is evident throughout the property. A lovely bedroom and spacious bathroom, fitted with a white heritage suite completes the first floor. To the second floor is a charming landing area giving access to a further two charming bedrooms; both with fitted wardrobes and a study/small fourth bedroom.
To the rear is an enclosed courtyard style paved garden, with timber sleeper style beds and a mature olive tree. Beyond is a gravelled parking space accessed from Church Street. Read more