Situated in the town's Conservation Area and now in need of some repair and updating, this is a charming Grade II Listed three bedroom attached period family home. Of timber frame construction with brick infill and plenty of exposed timbers internally, the property is believed to have origins from the 17th Century now with a early 19th Century facade. It lies in the shadow of, with views up to, Winslow Hall a magnificent Listed mansion in all probability designed by Christopher Wren.
To the ground floor there is a small entrance hall which leads into a dining hall. From here leads a fitted kitchen with larder cupboard, a family room with later fireplace and a sitting room with large inglenook fireplace. Leading off the sitting room and down a few steps there is a good size cellar (restricted head height throughout). To the rear is an entrance to the patio garden, a useful cloaks cupboard, a wc and a bathroom. To the first floor, there is a landing with linen cupboards, three bedrooms and a bathroom.