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Arreton

Georgian Vicarage

A superb Grade II listed Georgian Vicarage, providing spacious accommodation and set in mature gardens of approximately 2.6 acres. The house is adjacent to the picturesque 12th and 14th century Church of St George. The accommodation is particularly well proportioned with the drawing room and dinning room both having a southerly aspect. Many of the original doorframes, doors and other period features remain. The kitchen is a delightful double aspect room with views across the garden. Master bedroom with views across the Appuldurcombe and Stenbury Down.

The roof space offers potential subject to the necessary planning consents, for extension. The beautiful gardens and grounds with mature hedging and magnificent Copper Beech tree, Horse Chestnut and Chestnut trees are mainly laid to lawn with herbaceous borders containing array of specimen shrubs and trees.

The house also has a private driveway leading to a turning circle which provides ample parking. There a walled garden courtyard garden with brick built barbeque, paved terrace and raised herbaceous borders. Garage with fitted workshop, separate garden machinery store and shed.

Details from a Sales brochure.

This page was last edited on: 4th March, 2015 06:16:29

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