Hobbema House is a handsome village home, attached to its neighbour by just a few feet, the house is constructed of stone under a Cotswold stone tiled roof. Mullion window surrounds with leaded glazing create an attractive façade. The interior design of this striking Grade II Listed period home has a smart and simple contemporary style enhancing the retained period features. The central entrance hall leads into the principal sitting room. A well-proportioned room with a central wood burning stove plus a dual aspect, including glazed doors opening out to the terrace. The kitchen also benefits from opening out to the pennant stone terrace providing a wonderful flow for entertaining. The U-shape kitchen has integral Miele appliances and units fitted under a polished ‘Silestone’ work surface.
Adjacent is the recently constructed garden room creating a wonderful dining area. Built of solid oak and three walls of glass, it is a great second reception room allowing the garden to be enjoyed all the year round. Up on the first floor the master bedroom is a charming room with a triple aspect including far reaching views through the trees. The adjacent bathroom has a pretty free-standing claw foot bath as well as a separate shower. There is a further bedroom on this floor and up to the top floor landing with a pretty cast iron fireplace; a great study area. There are two further bedrooms, plus a shower room. Stripped and polished floor boards, leaded windows with attractive aspects from them all adds to the charm of this floor.
Two Reception Rooms
Grade II Listed
Beautiful Gardens and Parking
Heart Of Village