- Detached Farmhouse
- Spacious Accommodation
- Stunning Period Features
- Circa 0.33 acres
An immaculately presented farmhouse with stunning period features including large fireplaces, exposed stone walling and stone arch windows. The home sits proudly upon its site of circa 0.33 acres, with well landscaped gardens facing south west.
Living Room Lounge Dining Room Breakfasting Kitchen Utility Room Ground Floor WC 3 Bedrooms En-Suite Facilities Family Shower Room/WC Double Garage Gardens
5.5m x 4.85m (18`0 x 15`10). Upon entering the room you are immediately drawn to a large stone inglenook containing multi-fuel burner on a raised stone hearth and the high ceiling adds to the tremendously pleasant feeling in the room. There is a curved bay window overlooking the first section of lawned garden.
5.27m x 4.92m (17`3 x 16`1). The focal point is a stone fireplace with multi-fuel burner. The ceiling height adds to the feeling of space, as does the bay window which overlooks the front garden and draws in generous amounts of light.
6.18m x 3.58m (20`3 x 11`8). There is a large decorative stone fireplace, exposed stone walls to three sides, two large windows offering ample light and some attractive ceiling beams. The dining room is just off the main hall and is accessed via a predominantly glazed door with a stunning stone arch. The other side of the hallway is a mirror of this and provides access into the breakfasting kitchen.
7.5m x 3.65m (24`7 x 11`11). This room boasts a good amount of space and is fantastically lit by an east facing arch window, which draws in fantastic rural views of the countryside. The room itself has an attractive tiled floor, a range of wall and floor cabinetry including combination drawers, granite worktops, Belfast style sink and drainer with mixer tap over, integrated appliances including a dishwasher, and an Aga with extractor.
3.38m x 3.42m (11`1 x 11`2). A good sized utility room with generous amounts of storage in the form of wall and floor cabinetry, stainless steel sink with drainer and mixer tap, east facing window with views over rural countryside, and exposed ceiling beams. There is also a large airing cupboard which contains the hot water cylinder. External door leads into the front garden.
GROUND FLOOR WC
2.01m x 0.9m (6`7 x 2`11). Fitted with a two piece white suite and natural light via a south west facing window.
A return staircase leads up to the first floor onto an open landing with great views over the front garden via an arched window with window seat beneath.
3.8m x 5.1m (12`5 x 16`8). A very pleasant room with protruding chimney breast and views over the front garden.
5.05m x 3.5m (16`6 x 11`5). Fitted with a three piece white suite with roll top bath, pedestal style wash hand basin and natural light via a Velux window. Modern spotlights line the ceiling and there is a large sliding door fitted wardrobe offering generous hanging and shelf space.
5.01m x 3.53m (16`5 x 11`7) plus wardrobes. The second bedroom with fine views across the gardens. This room has an entire wall of fitted wardrobes offering shelf, hanging and locker space.
3.7m x 3.75m (12`1 x 12`3). This room is well lit via an east facing window and also a Velux window. *Please note that the window to the east has been altered. It was originally a doorway onto the castellated rooftop, which subject to the relevant consents, could provide a lovely seating area with 180 degree views of countryside.
FAMILY SHOWER ROOM/WC
3.35m x 2.72m (10`11 x 8`11). An ‘L` shaped room fitted with a two piece white suite with contemporary wide basin with mixer tap over, large walk-in shower with dual rainwater and hand held shower heads. The room is also lit by LED lighting.
The property has a double garage. There is parking to the rear for up to three vehicles and the majority of the site lies to the south west, predominantly laid to lawn although there is a small orchard , vegetable area, block paved patio area and various paths. In addition, the gardens have lovely features in terms of stone walling, high hedging and even a raised stone well.
The property has mains water and electricity, oil fired central heating, Calor gas hob, and drainage is via a septic tank.
Council Tax Band G.
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