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A stunning example of a newly renovated early seventeenth century, Grade II listed home in the sought-after village of Offord Cluny. The property is thought to date back to 1604 and was standing when Oliver Cromwell and the Roundheads marched to London. ‘The Timbers’ has as much charm as it does character as this period property has been thoughtfully renovated to allow modern luxuries yet conserve the heritage of the home. The Timbers briefly boasts three double bedrooms and a bathroom staggered on the first and second floors and a living room, dining room, kitchen, utility room and outbuildings on the ground level; all luxuriously finished in keeping with the style of the property. The outside offers half an acre of land with an orchard comprising a mix of apple, pear and plum trees - some are circa 150 years old - with field views beyond as well as a garage and driveway.


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Door and windows to side aspect, brick flooring. Door leading to:


15' 1'' x 13' 9'' (4.60m x 4.20m)
Windows to the front and side aspect, oak wood flooring, column radiator, feature fire place with log burner and original beams on the ceiling.

Dining Room

15' 1'' x 9' 5'' (4.60m x 2.86m)
Windows to side aspect, carpeted flooring, column radiator and store cupboard. Door leading to:

Kitchen/Breakfast Room

16' 10'' x 12' 8'' (5.14m x 3.86m)
Windows and french patio doors to side aspect and skylight. Ceramic tile flooring, matching base and eye level units with butcher block countertop, breakfast bar, sink drainer with mixer tap, integral electric oven with hob and extractor above, column radiator. Door leading to:

Utility room

10' 6'' x 9' 10'' (3.20m x 3.00m)
Ceramic tile flooring, space for appliances and matching base and wall units.


Window to side aspect, oak wood flooring, double panelled radiator. Door leading to:

Family Bathroom

Window to rear aspect, tiled flooring, traditional roll top bath, walk-in shower with rain fall shower, Belfast sink with mixer tap, traditional high-level toilet.

Bedroom One

14' 0'' x 12' 7'' (4.27m x 3.84m)
Windows to front aspect, oak wood flooring, cast iron feature fireplace, double panel radiator and original beams on ceiling.

Bedroom Three

13' 1'' x 11' 1'' (4.00m x 3.39m)
Windows to side and rear aspect, oak wood flooring, double panel radiator and original beams on ceiling

Bedroom Two

18' 1'' x 14' 9'' (5.50m x 4.50m)
Windows to front and side aspect, oak wood flooring, double panel radiator, built in storage and original beams on ceiling.


Half an acre of land mostly laid to lawn including an orchard to the rear with field views beyond, two outbuildings and garage.

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