ENTRANCE HALL Access to the property is through wooden front door with inset glazed window. Double glazed window to both sides. Storage cupboard and further recessed space for hanging coats and storing shoes.
HALLWAY With sun tube over stairs rising to the first floor, radiator. Access to kitchen and three steps down to;
SITTING ROOM 16' 10" x 10' 1" (5.13m x 3.07m) A front aspect room with wooden double glazed windows including monkey tail window furniture and beams over wide window sills. Impressive inglenook stone fireplace with wood burning stove. Exposed painted stone work, radiator. Range of fitted shelving and bench seat creating a useful study area within the sitting room. Three brass wall light fittings. Five steps up to:
DINING ROOM 11' 2" x 11' 7" (3.4m x 3.53m) Bright dual aspect room with double glazed windows to front and side plus French doors leading outside to the side decked area. Views of the garden and open extensive countryside outlook. Vaulted ceiling with exposed oak frame. Solid oak Floor. Radiator.
KITCHEN 9' 10" x 8' 2" (3m x 2.49m) The kitchen comprises a range of base and eye level hand crafted cupboards with solid oak work surfaces. A dual aspect room with wooden double glazed window to the front and the side and stable door leading to garden. Free standing double oven with four ring gas hob, stainless steel extractor above, ceramic Villeroy and Boch one and a half bowl inset sink unit with drainer, space and plumbing for washing machine and integrated dishwasher, high level beamed ceiling with velux window and two ceiling lights. Space for free standing fridge freezer, breakfast bar. Under floor heating.
LANDING Split level design with access to loft space accommodating Worcester Bosch Gas Combi boiler, part boarded.
MASTER BEDROOM 14' 2" x 9' 8" (4.32m x 2.95m) A dual aspect room with Double wooden French doors leading to the side garden and further wooden double glazed window on the right hand aspect. Exposed wooden beamed ceiling with ceiling light. Radiator. Fitted shelving
BEDROOM 10' 8" x 10' (3.25m x 3.05m) A front aspect room with wooden double glazed window with woodland outlook. Built in wardrobe with wooden painted doors and purpose built in cupboard with shelving above. Radiator.
BEDROOM 12' 8" x 7' 7" (3.86m x 2.31m) A side aspect room with wooden double glazed window with views overlooking the garden. Smooth ceiling with central ceiling light. Radiator.
BATHROOM A front aspect room with wooden double glazed frosted window including monkey tail window furniture. The suite comprises panelled bath with shower over and shower screen, pedestal wash basin, low level WC. Ladder style towel radiator. Built-in airing cupboard. Access to boarded loft space.
OUTSIDE The property is set in an elevated position set back from the road. Driveway leading to the garage with parking in front. A number of steps lead to the front of the property
The main garden is to the right hand side of the property and can be accessed from the front of the property and also the kitchen. An elevated garden with mature hedgerow boundary providing a high degree of privacy yet enabling a pleasant open feeling with a woodland and rural aspect. The garden is laid mainly to lawn with paved patio area, outside tap and several steps up to a secondary lawned area with raised stone borders. There are well established trees and shrubs giving a very private aspect.
A path takes you past a garden shed and around the rear of the property.
To the left hand side of the property is a raised decked area with inbuilt seating, perfect for enjoying a glass of wine in the evening sun! A gate takes you to a further lawned area which extends approximately 120' in length and includes mature hedgerow boundary and is stocked with a variety of shrubs and mature trees including apple and pear. Another gate takes you through to a kitchen garden area with large shed and hen house.
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