Honey-toned wooden floors stretch the full width of the house and the feel is contemporary in spite of the original mill workings sitting upstairs and down. You enter into the middle floor where there’s a sitting room with comfy sofas, antiques and a piano. A wide staircase leads down to the family area with orange bean bags, giant TV and plenty of places to flop.
The kitchen and breakfast room are open plan with a scrubbed pine table for sharing the preparing, multiple ovens, utility room and cloakroom and bi-fold doors leading to the half acre garden with lawn for games or sunbathing, terrace for barbecues and a sturdy above ground swimming pool you can fill up when it’s boiling. A good-sized double and two children’s bedrooms are upstairs all facing south west over the garden.
Walks are superb from the door (you’ll find maps) and there’s a tennis court, little village shop and a good pub, The Thimble Inn at Piddlehinton, less than 2 miles away.