A STUNNING Georgian house in Feckenham is now on the market - with a guide price of £1.1 million.

Located in the heart of the village, Feckenham House is a Grade II listed six-bedroom home, thought to date back to 1720.

The previous owners refurbished the house, creating modern living whilst keeping its period character.

Features include original flagstone floors, wide oak and elm floorboards, cornicing and panelling, deep skirting boards, sash windows, ornately moulded cast iron radiators and open fireplaces.

The renovations include full roof repairs, re-wiring and a new plumbing system throughout, including three new bathrooms and a new open-plan kitchen and living area.

The entrance leads into a large flagstone reception hall and on the right is a sitting room with an open fireplace and original oak tongue and groove floorboards. To the left is an office/snug with a window seat overlooking the High Street.

In the rear hall is the original oak turning staircase with turned balustrades and a glazed door which leads out to the rear terrace.

The first floor boasts a panelled master bedroom suite with a private passage to a natural riven slate en suite with a walk-in shower and a separate dressing room with fitted wardrobes.

There are two further double bedrooms served by a large bathroom, with original elm floorboards, oversized walk-in shower and two wall-hung basins set under a large wall mirror.

The property is accessed off Feckenham High Street with off-road gravel parking for several cars.

It also features a large walled garden with fruit trees and an impressive sycamore tree. There is a raised riven York stone terrace adjacent to the kitchen, providing an area for al-fresco dining.

The property is now available to view on Zoopla.