ENTRANCE HALL6'1" x 4' (1.85m x 1.22m). with front door north, radiator, coat hooks, door to:
DINING HALL15' x 13'2" (4.57m x 4.01m). with exposed wall and ceiling timbers, two windows north, two radiators, feature fireplace (at present sealed), open staircase to first floor, doors to:
LIVING ROOM22'11" x 13'3" max (6.99m x 4.04m max). with feature fireplace with brick surround, stone tiled hearth and wood burning stove, exposed timbers, door and three windows south to garden, radiator.
STUDY/BEDROOM 414'1" x 12' (4.3m x 3.66m). with windows north and west, radiator, fitted shelving.
SHOWER ROOM13' x 6'6" (3.96m x 1.98m). with large walk-in shower, pedestal hand basin, low flush WC, tiled floor, two windows west, one window south, understairs storage cupboard, night storage heater, fitted storage cupboard.
BREAKFAST ROOM15'3" max x 13'7" (4.65m max x 4.14m). with Chinese slate tiles, Aga, radiator, French doors east, window north, exposed beams, fitted units, Worcester oil fired central heating boiler, large pantry cupboard, open to:
KITCHEN13'6" x 7'3" (4.11m x 2.2m). with fitted floor and wall units and worktops, Hotpoint double oven with ceramic hob, one and a half bowl sink, plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine, Chinese slate tiles, two windows south, window east, exposed beams, tiled splashbacks.
LANDING AREA with window north, doors to:
BEDROOM 114'3" x 12' (4.34m x 3.66m). with windows west and north, radiator, night storage heater.
WC5'11" x 2'7" (1.8m x 0.79m). with low flush WC, window north.
BATHROOM6'6" x 5'10" (1.98m x 1.78m). with panelled bath, pedestal hand basin, half tiled walls, window south.
STUDY15'9" x 10'7" (4.8m x 3.23m). with exposed roof beams, window north, two large fitted linen cupboards, access hatch to loft space, exposed floorboards, night storage heater, doors to:
BEDROOM 216' x 13'3" (4.88m x 4.04m). with oak window south overlooking the garden, exposed beams, radiator, wall lighting.
BEDROOM 315'10" x 13'8" (4.83m x 4.17m). with two windows north, window east, radiator, pedestal hand basin, exposed beams.
OUTSIDE The property is accessed from the quiet Church Lane via a gated entrance which leads into a gravelled driveway with a:
PEEL TOWER Peel towers were temporary refuges, often attached to manor houses, farms or churches, and commonly built in the 15th and 16th Centuries. They are normally two storeys, the lower one for cattle with slit windows in thick stone walls and a narrow stair or ladder leading to the upper storey. Of little use against regular forces, they offered some protection against border raiders. Currently used as: GROUND FLOOR GARDEN STORE 12'1" x 11'8" (3.68m x 3.56m) with cobbled floor, work bench. FIRST FLOOR STUDIO 13' x11'10" (3.96m x 3.6m) with window north, window south, window and door west, power.
. The south facing garden is well laid out to incorporate a lovely paved patio which is surrounded by well stocked beds, large lawns, vegetable beds, Summer House, Greenhouse a wide range of mature trees and running stream
WORKSHOP22'1" x 8'6" (6.73m x 2.6m). with stable door.
OPEN FRONTED WOOD STORE22'1" x 7'1" (6.73m x 2.16m).
DOUBLE GARAGE17'11" x 15'9" (5.46m x 4.8m). with two sets of double doors.
DUCK SHED15' x 6'1" (4.57m x 1.85m).