A substantial family home with period appeal set within delightful landscaped grounds.The Old Vicarage is believed to date back to 1912 and became a Vicarage after WW2. Presenting over 3,000 square feet of elegant accommodation which perfectly blends period characteristics and contemporary design, this impressive home provides the ideal environment for modern day lifestyles. A spacious welcoming entrance hall extends to all reception rooms with the dual aspect sitting room being a notable feature. Edwardian style windows provide an abundance of natural light with a deep bay window and door allowing access to the gardens, along with a splendid open feature fireplace, creating a perfect reception room. The heart of the home is the sizeable kitchen/breakfast room which opens to a formal dining room, providing an elegant yet relaxed setting for family gatherings and entertaining. Designed with shaker style cabinetry, glorious stone work surfaces, feature central island unit with Belfast sink and breakfast bar, this delightful room enjoys views across the gardens via a tryptic of sash windows. A large utility room leads to two adjacent store rooms, outside access and a cloakroom. For home-workers, a generous, versatile study with fireplace completes the ground floor accommodation. Two staircases rise to the first-floor, which comprises four double bedrooms, a dressing room and a luxuriously appointed family bathroom with bath tub and separate shower cubicle. The en suite principal bedroom peacefully overlooks the rear garden. Evergreen hedging fronted by neat fencing borders frame the property. Approached via a gated entrance onto a gravelled driveway which leads to the double garage, parking for several cars is available. The rear garden is beautifully landscaped and maintained with an expanse of level lawn extending to the far margins. Specimen trees intersperse the lawn edges with topiaried shrubs, make for a picturesque English country garden. A covered outdoor setting is ideal for sheltered entertaining, as well as storage. For the green-fingered enthusiast, a vegetable garden with timber-edged beds creates the ideal groundwork for cultivating. A gravelled walkway follows the contour of the house and continues to the lateral aspect where a secluded terraced area, with water feature, offers a tranquil spot to sit and relax whilst enjoying the south-easterly aspect.