A fine Grade II listed village house dating back to the 16th century
Hall & 3 Reception rooms Kitchen/breakfast roomUtility room & Cloakroom 5 bedrooms (3 with en-suite shower rooms) Family BathroomAttached Outbuilding offering potential to extend Garden of about 0.8 acres
81 The Causeway is thought to date from the early 16th century with alterations and additions in the 18th century. The medieval oak frame is evident through much of the house while the south and west elevations show the 18th century remodelling. Of particular interest is the former cart entrance with its full double doors which gives access to the secluded courtyard. Along one side of the courtyard, attached to the house, is a range of barns. These comprise of three large storerooms with loft above which offers considerable potential for extending the accommodation (subject to the necessary consent). Internally the house has three well-proportioned reception rooms, a 27’ kitchen/breakfast room with a utility room beyond. On the first floor are four double bedrooms (three with en-suite shower rooms) and a family bathroom. There is a fifth bedroom/study on the second floor.
The garden (just under an acre) is to the south and east of the house and protected from the village lane by a period brick wall. On the south is a walled garden with a lawn, flower borders and a parterre kitchen garden with ancient clipped box hedging. Beyond is an area of less formal garden, laid mainly to lawn, with fruit trees and a small wooded area extending to the rear boundary. Directly opposite the kitchen is a gravel courtyard edged with further flower borders and providing parking for several cars.
Approximate Square Meters :
Lot Acres: 0.8