A fine Grade II* Listed village house covering some 2800 sq ft of exceptional living space together with delightful private gardens to the rear.
Netheridge is a charming and unique Grade II* listed house situated just to the west of Clare town centre. The original part of the house is believed to date from 1420 with a series of later additions in the 16th and 17th Centuries, all being of timber frame and plastered elevations with some distinctive pargetting work above the front breakfast room. Although the house has a somewhat unorthodox floorplan, the accommodation on both floors offers a practical layout with each room displaying attractive features which include striking moulded ceiling beams, mullioned casement windows, a fine crown post to the main bedroom and open fireplaces. Since 2009, the house has been cosmetically
updated by the current owners including tastefully replaced bathrooms and kitchen to a tasteful and sympathetic standard. Further improvements include rewiring as well as a recently installed gas fired heating system.
The house is partially recessed from the front pavement via an attractive walled courtyard garden with a path leading to the front door. Shared side access (pedestrian) leads to the rear
gardens which are split into three distinct areas consisting of an inner courtyard and two areas of lawn beyond. The lawns are defined by well stocked flower and shrub beds and to
the rear of the garden are three wooden sheds. Although the house does not provide a garage, parking is readily available to the front via Nethergate Street. Netheridge is set back on the
north side of Nethergate Street and the property forms part of the attractive street scene, set amongst many other individual period buildings.