Constructed in the 1830s from Sandstone, and forming part of a picturesque Grade II listed country villa formerly known as Carus Lodge, the property was developed early 2000s to form three residences with Orchard House being the North Westerly portion.
Extended and extensively renovated throughout, the period house displays striking features which include mullioned windows, first floor window gablets and octagonal caps to the chimney flues.
Extending to approximately one acre, the gardens benefit from an array of outbuildings including former kennels and garden stores with the courtyard having a substantial garage/workshop which provides further redevelopment potential subject to any necessary planning consents.
As an addition to the main gardens, the paddock to the east of the main driveway also forms part of the property and is a delightful area extending to just over 1.25 acres and will be ideal as a pony paddock.
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