Candler House is a grade two listed building and is one of the oldest and most historical buildings in the area which was built for Captain Candler around the 1750s in addition to Low Hall forming the end unit.
This intriguing period property providing sensitively restored and attractively presented four bedrooms, three reception rooms, a utility room, three w/c room, ensuite, shower room and a bathroom with attached annex together boasting over 200 years’ worth of character and history.
This home briefly comprises of a substantial two storey residence offering spacious accommodation arranged over two floors with the added benefit of gas heating and part double glazing.
Candler House sits comfortably within over half an acre of private walled gardens with an abundance of trees and shrubs. A pleasant pathway leads around the grounds which has a large patio area, log store, greenhouse, apple and hazelwood trees and a secret garden area in which there is an imposing willow tree.
There is also a private drive leading to the front of the property offering parking space for multiple cars including a private drive leading to the rear of the property with further parking space.
Last but not least there is a plaque commemorating the life of Winston Churchill who visited the property during the Second World War.
Words are simply not enough to describe this excellent property which will surely impress all who visit this charming home.
Contact Hunters on 01723 336760 for more details or to book a viewing.