Built in 1907 and later converted to a residential dwelling, Church House is a stunning former village church which has been sympathetically restored in recent years to become a characterful and stylish four bedroom family home.
This attractive and beautifully presented former village church showcases an abundance of character features including exposed brickwork, pitched pine parquet floors, vaulted ceilings and the clock which was hand made by a royal clock maker.
The property is enhanced with reclaimed cast iron radiators, original fireplaces and an Edward Loxley hand made kitchen. Granite work surfaces, good quality integrated appliances and a four oven gas fired AGA complete the look of this fantastic entertaining space. The adjacent room which was once a study is a fabulous space, which now doubles up as the utility room complete with a separate shower room for dogs/ washing muddy boots and clothing!
On the first floor the vaulted ceiling is a wonderfully dramatic feature which the landing and the master and guest bedrooms benefit from. The guest bedroom is currently used as a stunning home office, whilst bedroom four is currently used as a dressing room showing that this house offers superb flexibility to suit a variety of lifestyles. There is also a family bathroom and stairs rise up to the Mezzanine, which provides superb storage.
Outside Church House is accessed via electric gates onto the driveway which offers ample parking. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with some attractive fruit trees and recently planted shrubs and hedging to the borders.
To the rear there is a fantastic courtyard terrace offering excellent privacy and an area of lawn to the rear.
Piccotts End is a wonderful hamlet with a well organised and active residents association.
EPC rating: D