Old beams and fire­places are com­ple­mented by con­tem­po­rary in­te­ri­ors to give this listed home the wow fac­tor

Harefield Gazette - - Hot House -

Dat­ing back to the early 1400s with some later ad­di­tions, this Grade II listed fam­ily home in Vicarage Lane, Wrays­bury has all the charm and char­ac­ter of a by­gone era com­bined with beau­ti­fully ap­pointed and fully mod­ernised liv­ing space. It is set in grounds and gar­dens of ap­prox­i­mately 1.5 acres in a peace­ful lo­ca­tion, bor­der­ing Na­tional Trust land.

There are many orig­i­nal fea­tures such as the beamed ceil­ings and walls, tim­ber floors and open fire­places. Beau­ti­fully pre­sented ac­com­mo­da­tion in­cludes five bed­rooms, a 26ft kitchen/din­ing room, study, sit­ting room, draw­ing room and snug, plus a de­tached one-bed­room an­nex with bath­room and kitchen.

Other out­build­ings in­clude a barn, sta­bles and garag­ing. A sep­a­rate 2.5 acre pad­dock is avail­able for pur­chase and can be ac­cessed from the sta­ble area and Magna Carta Lane.

The Old Vicarage is for sale with The Frost Part­ner­ship. For de­tails call 01784 488111.

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