A new conversion of a Victorian shop, standing opposite the village green with a west-facing garden and parking behind.
The property stands at the corner of The Lane and the High Street and was previously the village shop. Although it has not been trading as a shop for a number of years the formal conversion has only just been completed, meaning it has been completely refurbished to comply with modern building regulations. This includes stripping right back, rewiring, replumbing, new windows and doors and new insulation under the floors, inside the walls and in the loft giving it superb energy efficiency for a period building.
With this work complete it was newly plastered and fitted with a new kitchen, new bathroom and ground floor cloakroom, new flooring and decorations throughout.
The ground floor provides two reception rooms and a kitchen / dining room that opens on to a secluded courtyard in the middle of the house. Behind the kitchen is a utility room and cloakroom. The first floor has two independent double bedrooms and a lovely light bathroom with a freestanding bath and separate shower.
The rear garden faces west and is well enclosed with a brick wall on to the street. A gate in the rear fence leads to a wide, enclosed gravel driveway accessed from Church Lane.