This traditional former vicarage, built in 1865, features a hall, sitting room, drawing room, family room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, snug, utility room, cloakroom, six bedrooms (one en suite), two shower rooms and an adjoining coach house.
A large mirror leans against the wall to maximise light. Exposed floorboards, original shutters and a pair of elegant chairs add to the period character of the house.
Source a mirror like this at Looking Glass of Bath
Studded wingback leather chairs and a tartan rug create a gentlemans club feel in this cosy snug.
Source similar armchairs at Chesterfield Heritage
Marble fire surround
Find a similar fire surround at Chesneys
An oven built into the chimney breast adds to the period charm of the kitchen, while a pretty mosaic table and woven chairs keep the look informal.
Mosaic table and chairs
Barker and Stonehouse
5/10 Kitchen detail
Original sash windows, painted shutters and a cast iron radiator create a traditional setting in the kitchen.
Find Georgian-style shutters at The Shutter Shop
6/10 Dining room
Traditional mahogany dining furniture creates a formal air in the dining room, while the painting adds a splash of colour and a pair of drop glass table lights provides a touch of glamour.
Glass table lights
Source similar at Laura Ashley
7/10 Master bedroom
Silky bedlinen teamed with polished wood creates a serene feel in the master bedroom, which is decorated largely in neutrals.
Source a similar bed at And So To Bed
8/10 En suite
Travertine wall and floor tiles create a smart, cohesive look in the bathroom, while a French chair upholstered in bold florals and stripes adds interest.
Source similar wall and floor tiles at Floors of Stone
9/10 Guest bedroom
A collection of colourful prints makes a statement in this room, where crisp white linens contrast with stone-coloured walls and a traditional wooden bed.
The former vicarage is surrounded by three acres of land, perfect for carving out plenty of shady spots to relax in.
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Heather Young has been Ideal Home’s Editor since late 2020, and Editor-In-Chief since 2023. She is an interiors journalist and editor who’s been working for some of the UK’s leading interiors magazines for over 20 years, both in-house and as a freelancer.
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