This double fronted three storey period residence is delightfully situated in the main high street of this highly regarded medieval village close the Yarn Market and the many other attractions. Believed to date back to the 17th Century and formally part of an historic inn hence the unique name of The Horse and Crook. The shop itself has an excellent reputation for unusual high quality interiors, accessories and gifts and the purchaser would benefit from taking over valuable exclusive suppliers.
The gas centrally heated and well presented accommodation still retains some period features to include, wide elm floorboards, leaded windows and a lovely large inglenook fireplace. The accommodation in brief comprises; wide timber entrance door to enclosed lobby and shop area (formally the sitting room) overlooking the high street and with large inglenook fireplace, storeroom, hallway, kitchen/breakfast room with butlers sink, electric Aga, utility room and WC and door to outside. On the first floor is a sitting room, double bedroom and family bathroom whilst on the second floor is a further double bedroom with en-suite shower room.
To the front of the property is a wide cobbled area and at the rear is an enclosed part walled south facing garden offering a high degree of privacy.