Monday, 23 October 2017

House with history

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is completed with a cloakroom offering access to the attic which benefits from natural light from windows in the front and rear of the house. Situated in a plot just over half an acre Eyot House nestles in well-maintained and attractive gardens.

A covered loggia is easily accessed from the entrance hall, ideal for alfresco dining. As an alternative the oak frame, covered garden terrace at the end of the garden offers wonderful space for entertaining and a paved area, perfect for barbecues.

From the house a charming path, fragrant wisteria and honeysuckle above, leads to the brick built workshops offering additional storage, and the option to be converted.

At the front the large gravel parking area is securely enclosed with a electric double wooden gates and dense yew hedging.

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