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When you step inside this light and airy country home, it is hard to believe that parts of it were originally an 18th-century butcher’s shop and doctor’s surgery. The property was built around 1700, and a front extension was added in 1750.
The tiny home office, visible through the dining-room doorway, is probably a hangover from the days when the rear end of the house was a doctor's surgery; its little window looks into the sitting room behind.
Light colours on the walls and woodwork keep the landing feeling bright.