This stunning property offers a unique lifestyle perfect for an extended family. The main house has all the grandeur to be expected in a period statement property with two further self contained annexes which are both stylish and spacious.
Typifying Georgian design although built just into the Victorian era; The Old Rectory has an air of sophistication and elegance throughout. Located in a charming village setting in the lea of the historic church of St. Martins. This distinctive residence extends across three defined areas to include the main house - formerly the Rector's living space, the former staff quarters and the now converted coach house; to offer ten/eleven bedroomed accommodation.
Discreetly positioned from a country lane approached through an electric gateway, a private driveway leads to the formal entrance of the main house fronted by an extensive parking and turning area.
A canopied porch opens into an entrance vestibule with the original door which depicts the four seasons in stained glass. The centrally positioned main hallway is flanked by two forward facing reception rooms comprising of a library with distinctive wood panelled walls and a formal dining room, both with shuttered sash windows. Solid wood bi-folding doors from the dining room fold back to reveal the stunning dual aspect principal drawing room perfect for when entertaining.
The traditional style kitchen is fitted with a range of cream coloured solid wood units and completes the main house ground floor to the main house.
To the first floor are four bedrooms two with en-suite and a family bathroom with freestanding ball and claw footed bath.
Discreet doorways lead into the adjoining annex which historically provided living accommodation for the Reverend's staff and now is a substantial annexed living space providing three reception rooms, fitted kitchen and utility room and access to a barrelled cellar which is located beneath the main house. To the first floor three bedrooms all benefit from an en-suites.
In more recent times the conversion of the original coach house now provides extended living to allow for three branches of one family to live together retaining high levels of privacy and independence. The coach house accommodation includes three reception rooms- one of which has been used as a fourth bedroom, a fitted kitchen and a conservatory, to the first floor are a further three bedrooms; one with en-sute and a family bathroom.
The property is accessed via a gravelled driveway through electrically operated wrought iron gates with mature hedge and shrub borders. The driveway opens into a large gravelled parking and turning area to the front of the main house and is bordered by a small dwarf wall which provides access to the formal garden area which is fully enclosed with mature mixed hedge.
Situated on the border of the parking area are a selection of timber outbuildings, many of which have power and lights, one that was built has a gymnasium and is fully plastered with power and light and has double front entrance doors and leaded side windows.
The garden has a selection of mature trees of mixed varieties that help to create a parkland feeling, nestled within the garden is a selection of shaded seating areas beneath the trees. Immediately adjacent to the property is a substantial flagged patio with a stone dwarf wall that separates it from the larger lawned area
Leading around the property to the rear of the main house where there is a Westerly facing enclosed garden with flagged patio area with brick detailing, circular slate bed into raised floral beds, nestled between former the coach house and servants quarters annex is a gated courtyard garden which is predominately gravelled with cobble bordered floral and shrub beds.