Rectory Farmhouse is an imposing Grade II listed village property dating from the 18th Century. Set on the edge of the village, the property is beautifully presented and provides flexible family accommodation arranged over four floors. The property stands in approximately 1.2 acres of mature gardens, which are predominantly to the south and west of the property. Rectory Farmhouse is approached off the village lane through a pair of wooden gates with stone pillars. The drive leads to a large gravelled area in front of the house. Stone steps lead up to the entrance porch from where glazed doors lead into the hall with an elm boarded floor. Off the hall are doors into the drawing room and sitting room, both with window seats and shuttered windows. The former has an open fireplace with an attractive wood surround, marble slips and a Rutland fire. From the hall an arch leads through into the dining hall with stairs to the first floor, fireplace and built in storage cupboard. A door leads through to the kitchen/breakfast room, which is well fitted with an extensive range of kitchen units, elm boarded floor, four oven Aga, island unit, built in fridge, dishwasher, four ring electric hob and wooden work surfaces. Stairs lead down to the lower ground floor, which includes a spacious family room with wood burning stove and French doors to the garden. A door leads through to the games room with a flagstone floor and a door to the garden and further doors to the study, utility room with a separate WC and the cellar.
From the dining hall, a gracious staircase leads to a half landing and on to the first floor landing, off which is the principal bedroom, which includes a range of built in wardrobes, a walk in clothes closet and an en-suite bathroom. There are three further bedrooms and a bathroom on this floor. From the landing a staircase continues to the second floor where there are two further bedrooms, a dressing room and the third bathroom.
To the north of the house is the useful annexe/double garage. This is approached off the driveway and includes a kitchen/diner, storeroom and shower room on the ground floor and a bedroom/office on the first floor with double garage beneath. In front of the garage is a paved apron.
Rectory Farmhouse stands in approximately 1.2 acres of mature gardens, which are predominantly lawned and situated to the south and west of the property. To the north of the house is an attractive wooded area, which is a haven for wildlife. From the gravelled area at the front of the house, stone steps lead down to the garden, which contains a variety of mature shrubs. At the foot of the steps is a paved terrace and a paved walk way with pergola, at the end of which is a garden store. Within the garden is a useful log store.