A detached Grade II listed family home in a quintessential English village. No onward chain.
NO ONWARD CHAIN.
Situated not far from the village green, Beeson House is of rendered brick construction believed to date back to 1702, as indicated by a plaque above the front door with the initials JB. The
property has subsequently been enlarged on several occasions, most recently in 2005 by the current owners. The layout is typical of a period property with many features still apparent such as exposed beams, sash windows and a brick fireplace with wood burning stove in the sitting room. The large kitchen has been fitted in a farmhouse style with granite worktops and bespoke units and a Belfast sink, with space in an Inglenook setting for a two oven Aga and an additional gas cooker. To the side there is access to a boot room lobby leading to a wet room and the study/playroom and utility, which could have potential as an annexe if required.
Upstairs there are four bedrooms, with the principal bedroom benefitting from fitted wardrobes and an en suite shower.
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