Parsonage House was originally built in the early 1850s for Rev. Sawyer as the Vicarage. Rev. Sawyer was also responsible for rebuilding the church following a fire to the original and also building the original school, now the Village Hall.
The house had an extension to the front in the 1920s and the garden room, utility and cellar were added in 2005.
It is a stunning example of Victorian architecture with many features such as ornate brick work, chimneys and a delightful large stained glass window on the landing.
Standing to the rear of the plot is a self-contained two-bedroom Coach House/Annexe (bringing the total number of bedrooms to 6) which has been let out for the current owners very successfully for many years, but would also make an ideal ‘Granny Annexe’, staff accommodation or office accommodation for those wishing to work/run a business from home (planning permission may be required).
As part of The Coach House is a large garage and a range of stables/outbuildings to the rear.
This property is on the market with Shouler and Son - see www.shoulers.co.uk or call 01664 410166.