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High Street, Clophill


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5 Bedroom Detached House for sale in High Street, Clophill

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Listed Grade II 'The Old Post Office' has origins dating back to the mid 17th century with later additions and improvements of more recent years. A historic and iconic period family home with a central location in the Mid-Bedfordshire village of Clophill. A reclaimed tiled roof sits under an attractive lime rendered wattle and daub frontage, with walled boundary and footpath to the main entrance, a shingled driveway with parking for numerous vehicles sits behind secure double gates with further side access in to the home via an external pitch roof porch. The original 'Royal Mail' red letter box is retained and inset in to the front wall of the home. Occupied by the current vendors for 11 years, the home has undergone an extensive renovation project to an exacting standard carried out by specialist craft-persons to create an exceptional family residence with versatile and spacious living accommodation set over two levels. Many of the homes original features have been restored and maintained to include a quarry tiled flooring, exposed brickwork, wall and ceiling timbers, inglenook and open fireplaces, there are replacement windows throughout as well as timber latch oak doors that are in-keeping with the properties period charm.

Internally to the front of the home is the impressive sitting room measuring in excess of 27 ft in length and features an inglenook, dual aspect views to the front and side and bespoke flooring which is laid with a solid oak. A continuation of the flooring and latch door leads in to a snug which has a number of different uses and also features an open fireplace with further door in to an internal hallway. Accessed from the living room there are steps up and an opening in to the kitchen breakfast room. The flooring is laid with a natural dark slate, there are cottage style fitted wall and base level units with integrated 'Rangemaster' dishwasher and complimentary cream 'Rangemaster' oven, with 6 ring gas hob, a warming drawer, 2 separate ovens and a grill. A home office sits to the side and is accessed via the inner hallway. This forms part of a more recent addition to the home and has a stable door on to the driveway, french doors on to the rear gardens and has an attractive feather-board exterior. This room is fully functional to accommodate a home office environment or, would lend itself particularly well as a sun-room or playroom. Continuing on this level is the useful shower room combined utility area. There are grey wall mounted, bespoke floor to ceiling storage units, space and plumbing for a washing machine and, separate shower cubicle with w/c facilities.

A staircase off the ground floor inner hallway has access up to the first floor accommodation. The landing area gives way to doors accessing bedrooms and the family bathroom. Continued period features on this level combine cast iron fireplaces with beamed ceilings with more modern day accessories and conveniences. The master bedroom is of good proportions and has an open fireplace with inset grate and exposed brick hearth and surround. The second of the double rooms has a built in storage cupboard and front aspect views. A further double room has a more intricate layout which is very typical of this period of home. Two further double bedrooms are accessed off the third bedroom and are interlinked via a door and then an opening, there is restricted head height in this area of the property. This has been used previously as a child's bedroom with adjoining playroom and dressing area, but could also have a number of different and versatile uses depending on circumstance. The family bathroom is fitted with a more traditional suite to include a free-standing claw foot roll-top bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w/c and wall mounted towel rail.

Moving outside the gardens extend to approximately 60 ft in both length and width and have a north westerly orient...

Listed Grade II 'The Old Post Office' has origins dating back to the mid 17th century with later additions and improvements of more recent years. A historic and iconic period family home with a central location in the Mid-Bedfordshire village of Clophill. A reclaimed tiled roof sits under an attractive lime rendered wattle and daub frontage, with walled boundary and footpath to the main entrance, a shingled driveway with parking for numerous vehicles sits behind secure double gates with further side access in to the home via an external pitch roof porch. The original 'Royal Mail' red letter box is retained and inset in to the front wall of the home. Occupied by the current vendors for 11...

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Key Info

  • Grade II Listed Detached Family Home
  • Formerly 'The Old Post Office'
  • Restored Throughout Retaining Many Original Period Features
  • Three Reception Areas Including a Home Office
  • Downstairs Shower Room Combining a Utility Area
  • Bespoke Fitted Kitchen with Range Oven
  • Five Bedrooms & a First Floor Family Bathroom
  • Private Rear Garden with Parking & Detached Double Barn

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