This beautiful Grade II Listed property was once a part of Ash Manor which is steeped in history. Mentioned in the Doomesday Book, Ash Manor is believed to have been owned by Henry VIII. Ash Manor Oast forms part of an oast house built c.1780 in the farm belonging to Ash Manor and was converted to a dwelling in 1996. The current owners have made further improvements to the property during their 10 year ownership which now combines character and charm of the 18th century, together with modern touches for today's living. This property is stunning and needs to be viewed to fully appreciate all that it has to offer.
Pitched and tiled Entrance Porch.
Dining Room with engineered oak flooring. Opening to...
Sitting Room - a delightful spacious and bright room.
Study with engineered oak flooring.
Wooden Conservatory with oak flooring and doors to garden.
Kitchen - A lovely space with vaulted ceiling, Karndean flooring and cream units with wooden worktops. Integrated units include a single Neff oven, 5-ring gas hob, Bosch extractor and dishwasher. Stable door to garden.
Utility/cloakroom with matching flooring and units.
Good sized first floor Landing with airing cupboard, understairs cupboard
3 Bedrooms, one with large built in wardrobe
Bathroom with bath and over shower
Master Bedroom Suite with views and storage
En-Suite shower room
Gas central heating
All main services connected
Single Garage with wooden doors, light and power.
The remainder of the front is laid to lawn and a side access leads to the rear garden. There is a patio immediately to the rear of the property which leads onto a lawn. A decked area to the rear provided further entertaining space and the boundaries are well defined.