IMPORTANT GRADE II LISTED RESIDENCE AWASH WITH PERIOD CHARACTER SET IN STUNNING GROUNDS
Located in the popular residential location of Hove Edge is this important Grade II listed detached residence dating back to the early 17th Century. Within easy reach of well regarded schools, local amenities and transport links this imposing and highly characterful property enjoys a wealth of period features to include oak panelling, exposed beams and timber lintels together with stone mullion windows and original fireplaces. The sizable living accommodation briefly comprises of a country style dining kitchen, formal sitting room, snug, morning room and impressive dining room with attached sun lounge. To the first floor there are 4 large bedrooms, magnificent galleried landing and house bathroom. The house sits in a generous plot of approx. 3/4 of an acre having double gated entrance leading to a sweeping driveway with well tended mature gardens to 3 sides plus parking for up to 5 vehicles.
Entrance Hall On entering via a period timber door with stone surround, the visitor is greeted by a large welcoming hallway that immediately sets the scene to the charm on offer with this special property. The hall gives access to all of the ground floor rooms and feat
Dining Room and Sun Lounge Accessed from the hall way through a feature arch with large timber lintel this well proportioned dining room is full of character having a stone fireplace dated 1722, exposed stone wall, beams and 2 banks of mullion windows. A good space easily able to a
Snug Having period oak door with decorative arched surround, this bright comfortable room features a nice window seat from which to view the gardens together with a stone fireplace, exposed beams and mullion windows.
Dining Kitchen A classic country style dining kitchen having a full range of bespoke French oak units with tiled work surface, built in double oven, NEFF microwave and Bosch dishwasher. The room enjoys all of the period features associated with this property together wi
Morning Room Just off the kitchen is the morning room, a real historical gem having original oak panelling, stone flag floor, beams and mullion windows.
Sitting Room Adjoining the morning room and also accessed from the main hall is a wonderful sitting room benefitting from stone fireplace with stove, beams, deep mullion windows, exposed stone wall and glazed door giving access to a side patio.
Cloak Room Off the hallway and featuring one of the most historically interesting oak doors with decorative studwork is a convenient cloakroom with period style Sanitan suite and fitted storage.
Gallery Oak stairs lead from the hallway to the gallery, this marvellous space really showcases the history and character of the building having vaulted beamed ceiling, oak panelling and mullion windows. The generous floor space would suit perfectly as a quiet st
Bedroom Adjoining the gallery is a most charming and spacious bed chamber having a wealth of period features including stone fireplace date marked 1702 together with full height vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and truss work. The double aspect mullion windows
Further Bedrooms There are 3 further large bedrooms to the first floor all of which exude character enjoying all of the features common to this residence such as vaulted beamed ceilings, mullion windows and fireplaces.
Bathroom and Shower Room The house bathroom has a period style suite in white with useful built in storage, there is also a separate shower room which has the potential to be joined to the bathroom to create a larger single space.
External The property is accessed via a pair of impressive timber gates which lead onto a sweeping tree lined driveway and parking to the rear of the property. A large stone flagged area gives ample parking for several vehicles and there is also a lawn plus vegeta