Plantation House is a thatched Grade II listed hall house believed to date from the 15th century.
The Coney Weston home displays a wealth of character features including large inglenook fireplaces, widely-spaced exposed studding and diamond oak mullioned windows and vestigial queen-posts in the end partitions of the hall.
Yet it also offers charming and versatile accommodation.
The 4.95m by 4.42m sitting room’s magnificent feature is the large inglenook redbrick fireplace with bread oven and pamment tiled hearth.
It also has exposed ceiling and wall timbers.
The 3.81m by 3.66m dining room also has an inglenook fireplace and exposed timbers.
The 3.99m by 2.59m kitchen mixes old and new with exposed timbers and pamment flooring but cottage-style units with an inset porcelein sink, integral dishwasher, extractor hood and space for an electric oven and freezer.
The family bathroom is also on the ground floor along with a study that could be a fourth bedroom. The smallest of the three upstairs bedrooms is 4.83m by 2.54m.