With origins not known for certain, a great deal of the homes appeal is trying to work out how it came to be. What is known is that there is a good deal of Georgian influence in the big rooms with their tall windows, masses of light and very high ceilings. There is also the connection with the Palmer House next door, which this home interconnects with, having once thought to be part of or the whole as one residence. Either way, it is very much its own home now. It features tall arches over tall doorways and one room which is completely arched all the way along. Thought to have been a thoroughfare for coaches or similar, it is now an absolutely unique cavern with awesome acoustics. Dinner in here with a few friends would be brilliant. It literally could not be any different to the main reception room which is very tall and elegant. This room has dual aspects and opens to the courtyard with glazed doors, typical of the period.
A stunning tiled hall slopes gently to the rear hall where twin doors lead to the stairs and others lead to outside, the cloaks, the larder and the kitchen. The kitchen is modern and works well with the rest of the home. It doesn?t even surprise after the fascinating changes of opposite rooms up the hall. The first floor landing is as interesting and pretty as the rest of the home. There are steps and arches and even taller ceilings. Two of the bedrooms are huge and the other is, well normal, but rather bullied by its big brothers. The bathroom, shower room and W.C. are also on the first floor.
Outside, the courtyard is sunny and is pretty. There are arches here too, large and small. The garden is colourful and thought through with the decking and green areas mixing. Via the covered workshop/store there is access to the front to avoid coming through the house and at the back, access is there for the garage which is located under the adjoining coach house, also formally part of Palmer House.
The is available to view immediately and offered with no on going chain. The home enjoys all mains services and fast Fibre broadband is available.
On foot from our office on Well Street turn right into Fore Street, then when you reach Lloyds chemist in the far right corner, turn right and proceed on through the church yard bearing left and following on to the right, where upon reaching New Street, Palmer Cottage will be found directly in front of you.
The Parking is located at the rear of the property and accessed off School lane. The Coah house is in front off the first turning left and the open garage is furthest on the left.