Set within the heart of the village of Deene, a Grade II Listed semi-detached house, known as The Seahorse, which has been tastefully converted into six apartments with modern day facilities. The property is believed to date back to the 17th Century with all probability being the former Dower House. Constructed of limestone and set under a Collyweston slate roof provides character to this prominent building.
The apartments are located over three floors, each offering subtle differences to the accommodation within, all benefiting from open plan kitchen/dining/living space with separate bedrooms and bathrooms. Allocated to each Apartment are two parking spaces together with a lockable store located within the former stable block.
Two separate recreational areas are located to either side of the drive which will be maintained by The Estate.
The communal areas are also to be serviced by The Estate.
The Seahorse is set in close (truncated)