A quite enchanting Grade II listed four bedroom family house occupying a delightful plot in a wonderful rural spot with marvellous countryside views. Believed to date back to the 17th century it is attached to an historic building, Odda's Chapel, and offers versatile living space over three floors with a wealth of fine character features. Its accommodation on the ground floor comprises a substantial living room and a kitchen/breakfast room. The first floor offers a master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, shower room and a large dining room/bedroom four. Above there are two further double bedrooms and an en-suite bathroom. Outside there are remarkable landscaped gardens, off road parking, a double car-port, garden/study/office room and a store/utility room.
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