This charming Grade II listed house, believed to date back to 1650, has immense character displaying many features that mark its historic past. Once a village school house and a Midland Bank outpost, Apple Tree House is now an inviting, welcoming and flexible home, with environmentally conscious carbon free heating, from which to enjoy the surrounding countryside and the many amenities and activities that this highly regarded village offers.
The principal reception room, to the left on entering, extends the full depth of the house and benefits from an inglenook fireplace with open fire. To the right is a family room that links conveniently into the generously proportioned kitchen/breakfast room so that young children can be within sight and sound. Otherwise this could be a television room or a dining room. Beyond the country style kitchen which is fitted with an excellent range of cabinets and and features an AGA, is a study which also looks out over the garden.
The first floor comprises of some really lovely, rooms of much charm. The ceilings are of a surprisingly good height and all could accommodate double beds if required. They are served by a well fitted bathroom with bath and separate shower. The principal bedroom is peacefully positioned overlooking the garden.