Approaching the residence via Far Street, you are greeted by a block-paved driveway with a double garage, providing ample parking space. Steps lead up to the timber stable door, which is situated under a canopy storm porch, adding to the traditional appeal of the property. Upon entering, you are welcomed into the entrance hallway, which sets the tone for the rest of the home.
The hallway leads down to the left, guiding you towards the farmhouse kitchen. This well-appointed kitchen boasts a range of high-quality solid wood storage units and a pantry cupboard, offering plenty of storage space. Tiled flooring, exposed beams, and timber framing add to the rustic charm, while dual aspect windows to the front and rear fill the room with natural light. From the kitchen, you can also access the cellar via a timber hatch. At the heart of this social space is the traditional range which heats the house and hot water and is a delightful feature for any cooking enthusiast.
The hallway provides access to a downstairs WC, ensuring convenience for residents and guests alike. Additionally, two further reception rooms can be found off the hallway. The formal dining room, with original inglenook fireplace as the focal point and which could also serve as an additional lounge if desired, provides a bright and inviting space for entertaining. It’s beautiful outlook onto the church adds to the serene atmosphere. The main lounge, located at the end of the main lobby, exudes charm with its exposed ceiling beams, timber framing, and a focal point in the form of a multi fuel log-burning stove. Dual aspect windows, one to the side and another overlooking the church at the front, provide pleasant views and ample natural light.
The property has been thoughtfully extended at the rear, expanding the living space and accommodating additional features. This extension includes a utility room and a dual aspect study, providing practical spaces for everyday tasks and work. Furthermore, a large dual-aspect double bedroom has been created on the first floor, offering flexibility and versatility in its usage.
Ascending to the first floor via the landing, you will notice plenty of original timber framing on display, serving as a reminder of the property's historic origins. Latch and brace doors grant access to the upstairs accommodation. The master bedroom, a generous double room, offers ample space for freestanding wardrobes. Adjacent to the chimney breast, an airing cupboard provides convenient storage. The master bedroom also benefits from an ensuite bathroom, which features a panel bath, separate shower, low-level flush WC, and a wash hand basin. One of the striking features of the master bedroom is the vaulted ceiling, adorned with exposed beams. Additionally, there is a mezzanine floor above the bedroom, currently utilized as an art studio but adaptable to suit personal requirements.
Two further generously sized double bedrooms provide comfortable sleeping quarters, while a quaint single bedroom offers a cosy space with a beautiful view overlooking the church. The family bathroom is fitted with a panel bath featuring a shower over it, a low-level flush WC, and a pedestal wash hand basin.
Nestled within the picturesque surroundings of Church Farmhouse, the garden is a delightful haven that combines natural beauty with inviting spaces for relaxation and entertainment. The garden boasts a charming pond, a sun trap patio area, and an array of mature shrubs and trees, including a majestic magnolia tree that offers a captivating view of the nearby church tower.
Steps lead up to the hobby room, whether you need a quiet sanctuary to work or a dedicated area for hobbies and crafts, this workshop presents an exciting opportunity to create a customized space that meets your needs. The hobby room is located above a large double garage with light and power and plenty of room for two vehicles and storage.
Overall, this Grade II Listed timber-framed farmhouse in Wymeswold presents a unique opportunity to reside in a historically significant property with abundant original features. From the exposed beams and timber framing to the charming living spaces, this home offers a delightful blend of character and modern convenience, making it an idyllic place to call home in the picturesque village of Wymeswold.