FULLDESCRIPTION Hamiltons are privileged to be able to present to the market a truly historic property and one of Frimley Green's most iconic, with an image of the house featuring on the village sign. We are directed to believe that this grade two listed property dates back to the days of Henry VIII and the Tudors, circa 1500's.
The surprising and somewhat unexpected accommodation comprises a beautiful living space with a vaulted ceiling featuring exposed beams, complemented by a minstrel's gallery, currently utilised as a library of sorts, accessed by a charming yet ingenious staircase tucked away in the corner of the living space. There is a characterful inglenook fireplace and a glazed door leading out to the south-facing rear garden
The kitchen is to the front of the property and features a matching range of eye and low-level units and space therein for appliances. The family bathroom is located through a door of the living area, through what can be described as a 'tunnel' leading to the rear of the property and consists of a panel enclosed bath with shower over, pedestal washbasin and WC.
The sunny aspect rear garden has a single patio with a range of flowerbeds and leads to the lawn that is enclosed by mature hedges.
As expected with a property of this age there are a host of quirks relating to the accommodation; including the balcony to bedroom two, steps down to bedroom three and the lower than expected doorways.
To the front of the property there is ample off road parking that leads to the garage with storage cupboards behind.
This property is offered for sale with no onward chain.