The Old Rectory
Arranged over two storeys The Old Rectory boasts extensive, well maintained accommodation throughout, with large rooms, indicative of the Victorian era and retains a wealth of period features such as: cast iron radiators, ornate cornicing, ceiling roses, sash windows with timber shutters and exposed beams to name a few. Set within a private two acre plot, the property enjoys a secluded position within the village, adjacent to Grove Parish Church.
Entry via the wrought-iron gates leads on to the sweeping drive and up to the hard-standing parking area, off which there is a detached triple garage with three individual timber double doors and boarded loft storage.
To the west aspect and accessed predominantly from the kitchen diner sits the charming courtyard area, featuring a small lawn with a box hedge boundary and providing access to the external outbuildings which include a log store and oil storage amongst other general outbuildings.
The principal and immaculately maintained gardens to the south-west aspect provides ample recreational space, amongst which is a centrally positioned formal garden square with seating, a small natural pond and a wealth of mature trees and shrubbery distinguishing the garden.