Entering through the front door you are welcomed into a charming reception area big enough for a couple of chairs and a coffee table whilst a wood burner would give you the warmth to invite your guests into. This sets the tone for the property, clean white walls, modern grey carpets offset by period features. From the reception area a couple of steps lead you down to the large living room which was a 1980’s extension which has been tied in beautifully with the decoration and the woodburner. A number of windows allow plenty of natural light to enter even on the darkest of days. The kitchen and dining room are connected via an opening and offer space for your family dining table and another woodburner provides character and charm. The kitchen is beautifully appointed with a range of units topped with solid Iroko wood work surfaces and incorporating a larder unit, fitted dishwasher and integral fridge, giving an air of quality. A central island with incorporated fridge provides further space for food preparation and storage. Patio doors lead you out to the garden and gravel area. A utility room is found beyond with space for a washing machine and then a cloakroom WC too.
Upstairs you can find the four bedrooms and a landing which is blessed with truly breathtaking views of the countryside and valley. All of the bedrooms are double rooms, two of which are generous in size with space for a king size bed or bigger and your bedroom furniture. The fourth is a small double room. The family bathroom is fitted with a WC, basin, bidet, electric shower and the forever sought after rolltop bath; whatever the day had brought, you can be sure to relax here.
Garage & Studio
To the side of the property is a double garage with parking for a couple of cars in front. Accessed by an electric roller door the garage benefits from power and lighting whilst also housing the hot water tank for the studio below. The said studio is located underneath the garage. You enter into the main room which benefits from a sink and work surface whilst a second room is behind with a shower room and WC beyond. This could be the perfect space for a home office or artist's studio.
To the rear is a grvelled area which encompasses fantastic views and a sunny aspect to enjoy the summer days. Established plants, trees and shrubs provide colour and definition of the boundaries. A gently sloping area of grass can be used as a great garden space or alternatively space for a few chickens. Beyond the gravelled area is an area of pasture which amounts to approximately 0.75 acres. On the opposite side of the country lane you find a further narrow but long field complete with field shelter which could potentially be used as stabling. The total plot measures approximately 1.75 acres.
Mains electricity. Mains water. Private drainage. Oil fired heating.
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