A beautiful Grade ll listed period detached village residence of architectural and historical interest believed to have 15th century origins, with additional ancillary accommodation. Accommodation briefly comprises: entrance hall, dining room, sitting room, drawing room, kitchen/breakfast room, opening to conservatory. On the first floor is a master bedroom suite, three further bedrooms and bathroom. Outside is a double garage, workshop and car port with one bedroom self contained apartment above, 0.48 acre plot with private gardens.
with doors radiating to the ground floor rooms and guest cloakroom.
with an abundance of character including exposed timber to ceiling and walls. This is a beautiful dual aspect room with stunning open inglenook fireplace and feature leaded windows. A door leads from the dining room to the
being a good size and having a range of wall and base units and utility room off. Double doors open out into the
which opens out to the rear patio and overlooks the sizeable private rear garden.
This dual aspect room has a feature fireplace housing an Aga log burner and a staircase leads to three bedrooms and family bathroom. There is a “secret door” which leads into the
The triple aspect drawing room is bright and full of charm with ceiling beams, a stone fireplace, hardwood feature parquet floor and of particular interest is an unusual leaded window of ecclesiastic stained glass. Both rooms feature pargetting relief plasterwork to several walls.
The main staircase leading from the hall ascends to the master bedroom suite complete with large dual aspect bedroom and large bathroom. A door interconnects with the other bedrooms and bathroom. However, these are mainly accessed via the sitting room stairs.
is located over the garage with open plan living/kitchen area, double bedroom and bathroom. The balcony overlooks the spectacular countryside beyond.
There is a large well screened rear garden mainly laid to lawn, which benefits from herbaceous borders and mature trees and hedgerows. What is rather special about the gardens at Sicca Lodge, is that there is a access through a conifer hedge to a “secret garden” behind the ancillary ccommodation. This is an extremely private and unique plot. The large gravel driveway leads to the double garage, workshop and carport. There is parking for several cars.
TENURE: The property is understood to be freehold although we have not seen evidence. This should be checked by your solicitor before exchange of contracts.
SERVICES: We have been advised by the vendor that mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property. However this should be checked by your solicitor before exchange of contracts. Oil fired central heating.
AGENTS NOTE: The lower section of Wyre Lane is a private road shared by nine properties with a current annual contingency fund charge of £75. There is a rarely used pedestrian right of way to the neighbouring property on the front section of the drive.
RIGHTS OF WAY: The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of any rights of way, easements, wayleaves, covenants or restrictions etc. as may exist over same whether mentioned herein or not.
COUNCIL TAX: Council Tax is levied by the Local Authority and is understood to lie in Band G.
CURRENT ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE RATING: NOT REQUIRED.
VIEWING: By Prior Appointment with the selling agent.