The house is a detached grade II list building that is situated in the heart of the village conservation area and situated directly opposite the grade I listed 13th century church. The original building situated on the site dates from the 16th century but was built over by Lord and Lady Bridgewater sometime in the mid-late C18 and altered c.1840. There are four reception rooms, boot room and orangery style kitchen downstairs. Upstairs there are five bedrooms, three bathrooms, two staircases and ancillary accommodation in an outbuilding. The gardens are around one acre in size and contain a small woodland, a swimming pool and a restored former coach house and gardeners potting shed.
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