House awarded four star grade by Visit Britain is the largest of the
three properties and is a former yeoman’s house dating back to 1642.
From a small south facing garden, an entrance hall leads to the kitchen/dining room, a shower room and a family sitting room.
large quarry tiled farmhouse kitchen and dining room may well prove to
be the place where your family will congregate enjoying the warmth of
the wood burning stove set in the original Staffordshire stone
fireplace around the large round kitchen table.
room is well lit and fitted with light oak wood kitchen units and
integrated appliances including a oven, fridge ,dishwasher and freezer.
A separate shared laundry room is available with washing machine and
comfortable sitting room with a living flame gas fire overlooks the
bottom garden with views to the open countryside and Thorpe Cloud hill
to the east and Dovedale
the first floor, there are two double bedrooms, one with a four poster
bed and the other with a king size bed both with en-suite bathrooms.
good level of privacy is afforded by the spacious third and fourth
bedrooms being situated on the second floor with a further bathroom.