A beautifully appointed detached 17th century Grade II listed family house retaining great character with a substantial attached barn with planning consent for conversion, enjoying delightful views over the garden and neighbouring fields.
The Old Cricketers is a charming, well-presented Grade II listed 17th century family house. Subject to a recent refurbishment, The Old Cricketers retains many original features such as an Inglenook fireplace and exposed timbers and beams throughout. A contemporary wood burning stove and oak parquet flooring to many of the principle rooms. The bespoke hand painted kitchen is a particular feature with a large central island, granite work surfaces and a delightful wood burning stove together with family room and study creates a superb, elegant space for formal or informal entertaining.
On the first floor there is the master bedroom with en-suite shower room together with three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The attached impressive vaulted barn has planning permission to create further accommodation over two floors.
The Old Cricketers is approached via a gravel driveway through a 5-bar gate where there is a parking area for several cars and the detached double bay oak barn garage. The delightful partially walled garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature and specimen trees and shrubs and outbuildings. A large brick terrace runs across the back of the house enjoying a bright aspect ideal for outdoor entertaining and enjoying views over neighbouring fields.
Detached double barn garage with power and light
Period disused pigsty
2 Bathrooms (one en-suite)
Attached period barn with detailed planning consent
Detached double bay oak barn/garage
Period stone disused pigsty
Approximate Square Feet:
Lot Acres: 0.3