Manor House comprises an historically important and quintessentially English Georgian House. It is understood to have been constructed in 1767 by John Pratt, a well known local racehorse owner and jockey. It stands quite superbly in a prominent position and was featured on many occasions in the long running TV series “All Creatures Great and Small”.
The property has substantial accommodation on three floors. Importantly, it has retained many period features including working shutters, window seats, feature fireplaces, stone flagged and exposed timber floors. It has well-proportioned rooms with flexible accommodation for a variety of purposes as a family house but also as a Bed & Breakfast or large second home.
Manor House has been sympathetically improved by the current owners over a number of years, notably including the fitting of en-suite facilities to most bedrooms. Importantly, it also benefits from 2 private parking spaces in the Lodge Yard car park to the rear.