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Occupying an envious plot in the heart of the highly sought-after village of Gretton, this quintessential 17th Century, Grade II listed residence has been sympathetically restored by the current owners and boasts a wealth of character and charm. Aside from the countless features, this home has a versatile layout with two reception rooms, a farmhouse kitchen, three bedrooms, a four-piece bathroom and a wonderfully established garden all enclosed by five-bar gates.
With exposed stonework, the porch leads to a beautifully restored farmhouse kitchen which has woodblock work surfaces, inset Belfast sink, integrated appliances and exposed stone walls and timbers. The living room has an exposed brick fireplace with a wood-burning stove, exposed timbers and mullion windows. Before heading upstairs, a sizeable dining room has a storage cupboard, exposed timbers and mullion windows.
To the first floor, the notably large master bedroom is currently housing a Super-Kingsize bed, with ample space for additional furniture, and has a mullion window which offers elevated views over the village church. Bedrooms two and three have fitted storage and windows to the external aspects and the four-piece family bathroom has a panelled bath, separate shower enclosure wash hand basin, WC, heated towel rail and exposed timbers. Accessed from a large loft hatch, the loft offers outstanding space with potential for additional sleeping/living accommodation (subject to planning).
The landscaped and well-stocked rear garden is a truly stunning feature of this village home, and measures approximately 85m. Having been thoughtfully designed by the present owners, there is a variety of trees, shrubs and flowering plants, as well as a well-stocked vegetable garden, chicken coup, gravelled entertaining areas, formal lawns and a private driveway set behind double five-bar gates.
This truly is a one-off period home that must be viewed to be appreciated.