Sometimes photographs simply can't do a property justice. This property is a prime example of this. Take a walk through the extensive grounds which extend to not far off 1/2 an acre at the rear of the property; take a stroll along the canal bank and appreciate the tranquility of its location and then enter the property itself. Built around 1750, the property still retains many of the original features such as the brick fireplace in the dining room, whilst other features such as the stone floor in the dining room and the wooden floor in the lounge and music room have recently enhanced the character of this amazing house. This is a property built to be lived in however, it is no museum. Its distinct and distinctive rooms give a definite flavour of the lifestyle you can enjoy should you be fortunate enough to acquire this property. Boasting a modern kitchen yet still in keeping with the character of the property with a pantry to the rear; a beautiful dining room with its brick open fireplace, a spacious lounge leading through to the music room with another feature fireplace and a sizeable conservatory which is a veritable sun-trap; four decent sized upstairs bedrooms of which one is currently being used by the vendors as a study/office with a lovely view over to the canal and lock. The driveway, with off-road parking for 5 cars leads to a large double-garage which offers both electricity and a water supply and has loads of roof storage space. Viewing really is highly recommended with this property. We are sure this property will attract a lot of interest so make sure to arrange your viewing today. You can do this by calling us 24/7 (you will get through to a human being!) or contact us online.
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