- Beautiful Stone Built Home
- Two Further Bedrooms
- Generous Lawned Area
- Sun Room
- Master Suite
- Double Garage
- Beautiful Views
Originally two stone built, semi-detached, early 1900s houses combined to offer impressive space and versatile accommodation. The current owners took great care and consideration into merging the two homes ensuring that they retained the period charm.
Double uPVC lead through into the entrance porch. With exposed stone to two walls and both west and south facing windows. An arched door leads through to the inner hallway which provides access to both the study as well as the dining room and stairs leading to the first floor. The dining room has fantastic high ceilings; its main focal point is an attractive fireplace with marble hearth and wooden surround with mantle. The large windows face south and overlook the attractive front garden. Double partially glazed doors lead through to the dramatically sized living room with light to two sides. Again, this impressive room has an open fire with marble hearth and wooden surround with mantle. The window to the north overlooks the low maintenance rear gardens, which have extremely pleasant views over rolling fields and woodland. As with the dining room, the living rooms south facing window overlooks the front garden.
The kitchen lies to the rear of the home and has a multitude of both wall and floor cabinets, a two bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap and drainer, integrated oven with five ring gas hob and extractor and a tiled floor which runs through to the sun room with double glazing to three elevations. To the east and west the low maintenance rear garden can be seen and to the north there is the same attractive views as from the kitchen and living room. From the hall a return staircase leads to ...
There is an attractive lead lined window at the half landing on the stairs. To the far east of the first floor lies the master suite where a generously sized bedroom has various integrated wardrobes with a combination of hanging and shelf space. There are exposed beams to the ceiling and a south facing window overlooking the gardens. This master suite also includes a dressing room with further wardrobe space and a north facing window with particularly nice views. There is also an en-suite shower room with two piece white suite and walk in shower, tiled floors and a wall fixed mirror.
The homes next bedroom also has a south facing window, as well as fitted wardrobes and beams to the ceiling.
The third and final bedroom lies to the rear of the home with similar features to the other two bedrooms but this one also has an attractive closed fireplace with ornate features.
The family bathroom offers a three piece suite with additional walk in shower, two west facing windows and an airing cupboard as well as a partially vaulted ceiling.
Stone pillars with large bi-folding wooden gates lead through in to a generous gravel area with ample space to park a car. This area is in front of the double garage (6.37m x 5.66m) with one remote up and over garage door, various power sockets, storage above the rafters and ample space to park two vehicles.
There is various shrubbery and box hedging positioned on stone walling providing a good attractive approach.
A decorative wrought iron gate provides pedestrian access via a path down towards the front of Greycroft. From the wrought iron gate to the front of the home, you are taken past a generous lawned garden with a multitude of attractive flowers, various patches of shrubbery, the stone path leads to a block paved and gravelled area which runs adjacent to the house. This is separated from the lawn via a well maintained and attractive box hedge. The front elevation of Greycroft is extremely attractive with various period features.
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