Being part of the converted Buxford manor house, dating back to the 1700’s and originally built by the Toke family to house the Dowager of Godinton House. The Mews has plenty of character features that make themselves apparent such as the original water pump in the front garden, wide staircase and large landing. Aside from its historic origins there are all the modern features available as well as some beautifully fitted contemporary bathrooms. There are quality furnishings throughout and there is a very spacious feel to the property. You are in walking distance of many conveniences with Ashford on your doorstep yet it maintains a rural feel with some nice walks in the surrounding countryside.
The porch opens up into a large entrance hall with the kitchen/ dining room off to the left and lounge to the right, the wide stair case and utility room also feed off at the far end. The kitchen is well equipped, spacious with plenty of workspace and includes a dining area to seat 6. The large lounge includes a digital flatscreen TV, electric fire, and comfortable seating on two sofas and a recliner. The utility room with WC also houses the washing machine. Up the stairs is a huge landing leading off to the 3 bedrooms and family bathroom. The master bedroom is very sizeable and includes double bed, dressing table, wardrobe and an ensuite with his and hers basins, WC and tiled shower. The family bathroom has feature victorian bath, separate shower, WC and basin. The second bedroom includes a double bed and the third a single, both with plenty of hanging space.