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The Hollies is an exceptional Grade II listed renovation in the desirable village of Hallow.

Property Snapshot
  • Period features
  • Modern design
  • Exceptionally finished
  • 4 storeys including cellar
  • Desirable village
  • Ample driveway parking
  • Private rear garden
  • Laundry room
The Hollies dates back to the early 19th century and has been lovingly restored to create a breath-taking family home. To the left of the property is a generous gravelled driveway providing ample space for several vehicles. The walled front and path lead to the front door which opens into the hallway where stairs rise to the first floor, to the left is the main reception/sitting room and to the right a second reception/family room. A further door opens to the cellar and to the rear is the open plan kitchen/dining space.

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