This unusual property comprises a number of buildings which were previously the stable wing of a 14th century convent, now transformed into a pretty little hamlet in open countryside.

The buildings form an L-shape around an interior walled garden and an archway with wrought-iron double gates leads to a further large garden with outbuildings and gated access from the road.

The accommodation retains many period features and is laid out on two floors with the upper levels presently unconverted as are areas of the ground floor which are currently used in conjunction with the vendors' antiques business.

On the ground floor an entrance hall and lovely living room with mezzanine, an office and two bedrooms have been renovated.

There is also a small house or gte which has been renovated.

Much fundamental work has already been completed on the property but it provides a blank canvas for purchasers to imprint personal ideas to revitalize this historic building.

Ground floor:
Entrance hall: 17m
Living room: 69m
Mezzanine: 32m
Office: 26m
Inner hall: 10m
Bedroom: 21m
Bedroom: 12m
Shower room: 11m
Workshop: 30m
Utility: 9m
Store room: 23m
Workshop/store: 80m
Garaging/storage: 114m
First floor:
170m + 114m
Small house or gte:
Sitting room: 30m
Mezzanine: 12m
Kitchen: 16m
Bedroom: 16m
Shower room: 8m
Galleried covered terrace: 45m

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