Merricks Farmhouse was originally constructed as a medieval hall house and has just undergone a most extensive and sympathetic restoration to provide a truly charming attached home, which now enjoys modern comforts and amenities. Retaining some beautifully preserved architectural features, such as timber framed partition walls, the accommodation briefly comprises a cross passage hall with blue lias flagstone floor, the sitting room features a medieval mullion window, an inglenook with log burner and leads to a study plus a snug with log burner.
The adjoining study has a door to the barn and a new spiral staircase leading to the en suite bedroom. The dining room has a large inglenook with a bread oven and stairs rising and then leads through to the new kitchen/breakfast room, including an island, appliances, induction hob and Range oven below, a pantry plus bi-fold doors out to the garden.
There is then access to the utility room with space for appliances and a new boiler and a door through to a shower room. The staircase from the study leads to a double bedroom with en suite, whilst the staircase from the sitting room then leads to three double bedrooms and a family bathroom with shower.
The adjoining barn, which measures approximately 28′ x 12’6, has planning permission for the creation of further accommodation with annexe potential if required (as consented under Applications 34/18/00009 and 34/18/00010).