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In the centre of town is this iconic Grade II Listed former Vicarage to St Mary’s Church dating back to 1308 with spacious accommodation occupying over 5,300 sq.ft now in need of modernisation, a wealth of period features, mainly walled gardens and parking. The scale and layout of the property provides potential for an annexe or similar subject to planning consents.
The extensive accommodation comprises entrance hall, living room with fireplace, living room, dining room with fireplace, kitchen, utility room, walk-in larder, cloakroom, living room, 2 store rooms with door to garden, stairs leading to 2 further bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom and cloakroom, master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and ensuite bathroom, 4 further bedrooms.
The property has been much altered over the centuries and most of the existing house appears to date from the 16th and 17th centuries with later, mainly Victorian, additions including an excellent rear dining room.
The house is set within charming, largely walled gardens, which despite its central location afford good privacy. Parking is provided from a shared driveway approached from Whirligig Lane next to the recently completed replacement Vicarage.
The Vicarage is set within largely walled primarily lawned gardens with some established shrub borders in addition. There is a large and attractive Mulberry tree within the grounds. Parking for several vehicles is accessed from a private driveway approached via Whirligig Lane.
NB: The garage which adjoins The Vicarage to the East is not included in the sale; this is being retained by the Church and will be gifted to the Parish.
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