An 18th century limestone six bedroom detached former watermill in a village edge position on the banks of the Great Ouse.In the original conversion, several architectural features were installed using reclaimed materials, the most salient of which include the Irish imported oak staircase, the 16th and 17th century oak doors and various oak floor boarding.The present building is of limestone construction under a clay tiled roof and is believed to date from the 1750s.
The gardens have lawn areas sloping down to the river to the south, whilst on the north side the ground rises towards the grounds of Odell Castle.
There are numerous seating areas in the garden, the principal area being the flagstone terrace immediately outside the sitting room, and also include a decking area next to the mill wheel and overlooking the river, seating around an original mill stone at the river’s edge, and a further stone balustraded area above the boat house. The property extends to the middle of the river and includes the fishing rights. Odell Odell is a small North Bedfordshire village comprising mainly stone buildings dating from the 17th and 18th centuries.
First Floor Steps rise from the driveway, above the water wheel, to a glazed entrance porch where an oak door leads to the entrance hall.
The entrance hall is part panelled and has stripped oak floorboards, an inglenook fireplace with an inset wood burning stove, exposed beams and a period oak staircase.
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Alle som gir en vurdering er med i trekningen av en gratis kortholder fra Secrid (verdi 599 kr).The village is designated as a Conservation area lying in a wider area classified by the local authority as being of special landscape value.There is a recently refurbished public house in the village, a 15th century church and local amenities, such as shops, pubs and restaurants, can be found in the nearby villages of Harrold and Sharnbrook, both approximately 2 miles away.There is a family/playroom with a range of fitted cupboards and shelves, a kitchen and dining area and a sitting room at the far end of the house.The sitting room has a double height vaulted ceiling with an exposed stone wall and extends out to the garden via bespoke European Oak tri-folding doors with integrated remotely controlled blinds.Bedroom five has painted beams and timbers and a part vaulted ceiling, and bedroom six, which is a double bedroom, has a built-in wardrobe, access to a store room, and features the wheel of the pulley previously used for operating the mill wheel.Heating System Mains water, electricity (3 phase) and drainage are connected.The guest bedroom has exposed beams, and there is Fired Earth tiling continuing through to an en suite shower room, entered via oak double doors, which has a power rain shower with jets.Ground Floor This floor has been recently refurbished, is predominantly open plan and has underfloor heating throughout.The master bedroom has a built-in wardrobe and an en suite bathroom which includes a double ended zinc and copper bath, double sinks, and a double shower enclosure with power rain shower and jets.There is Porcelanosa and Fired Earth tiling to the floors and walls, and underfloor heating.