Detached House   3 bedroom(s)   2 bathroom(s)   2 reception room(s)
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An extremely well-presented detached Edwardian house dating back to 1907 which was subsequently sympathetically extended. The property exhibits a wealth of period features including a particularly fine castellated bay window with stained-glass and carved stone pediments. A total of two reception rooms, three bedrooms and two bathrooms (one ensuite) are complemented by a well-appointed kitchen, ground floor cloakroom and ample storage throughout. There is the additional benefit of a beautifully landscaped fully private enclosed walled garden and off-road parking and garaging.
Solid wood and glass panel door leading to:-
ENTRANCE HALL: With polished tiled flooring, high ceilings and a staircase rising to first floor. Doors leading to:-
DOUBLE RECEPTION ROOM: 24'9" x 18'0" (7.54m x 5.49m) Extremely well proportioned and forming part of a sympathetic extension. The room is cleverly divided in two by a central floor-to-ceiling mellow red brick chimney breast with inset wood burning stove situated on a parquet brick hearth with a moulded wood surround. Plenty of space for seating and glass sliding doors with pretty views over the property's rear garden.
KITCHEN: 12'4" x 11'11" (3.75m x 3.63m) With tiled flooring throughout and high ceilings with a large range of windows with beautiful stained-glass and bespoke fitted slatted shutters. Extensive range of matching base and wall level solid wood cabinets with brushed silver handles and work surfaces incorporating a stainless-steel one-and-a-half sink with mixer tap above and drainer to side and a four-ring induction hob with aluminium splashback and extractor fan above. Integrated Zanussi electric oven, space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher and further space for a free-standing refrigerator/freezer. Tiled splashbacks and plentiful storage throughout. Door leading to:-
DINING ROOM: 19'6" (into bay) x 11'8" (5.94m x 3.56m) A beautiful room with high ceilings, a picture rail and ornate cornicing throughout. A striking bay window forms the focal point of the room and contains pretty stained glass and bespoke fitted slatted shutters. An Edwardian fireplace is situated on a tiled hearth with tiled slips and a moulded wood surround. Attractive engineered oak flooring with deep skirting and dado rail and a door leading to:-
REAR LOBBY: With a doorway re-connecting with the reception room and access to a useful and particularly large understairs storage cupboard with space for cots and shoes if required.
CLOAKROOM: 4'10" x 3'5" (1.48m x 1.05m) With tiled flooring and partially tiled walls, high ceilings and a low level fitted WC and contemporary wash hand basin with mixer tap above and storage below.
LANDING: Arranged over two levels and with a useful linen cupboard with fitted shelving off and further doors leading to:-
MASTER BEDROOM: 17'9" x 15'4" (max) (5.42m x 4.68m) A particularly generous double bedroom with dual aspect and lovely views over the property's garden and a porthole window providing plenty of natural light. Useful mirror fronted fitted wardrobe, access to loft storage space and door leading to:-
ENSUITE: 8'10" x 6'9" (max) (2.68m x 2.07m) With vinyl wood effect flooring, skylight allowing for plenty of natural light and a contemporary double-width walk-in shower with fully tiled surround and glass screen. Traditional style WC and pedestal wash hand basin together with a cupboard providing low level eves storage.
BEDROOM 2: 15'3" (into recess) x 12'4" (4.66m x 3.76m) A further well-proportioned double room with double doors opening onto a fitted wardrobe with inset shelving and hanging rail. Recessed window with open views over the street scene below and onto open countryside beyond. Access to loft storage space and an additional airing cupboard off.
BEDROOM 3: 10'11" x 8'3" (3.32m x 2.51m) Currently utilised as a study but with the clear potential to be used as a further double bedroom if required. Access to loft storage space and a wood and glass panel door opening onto a fitted wardrobe with inset shelving and hanging rail.
BATHROOM: 7'3" x 6'11" (2.22m x 2.12m) With wood effect flooring and partially tiled walls and containing a traditional roll top bath with claw feet, WC, bidet, pedestal wash hand basin and a heated towel rail.
Outside The property is approached via a shared driveway which serves only three dwellings which all have their own designated parking and runs beneath a beautiful mellow red brick castellated archway. The driveway itself gives way to an area of hardstanding providing OFF-ROAD PARKING and in turn onto a:-
GARAGE: 20'0" x 9'10" (6.10m x 3.00m) With electric roller door, power and light connected and containing the oil tank for the property. Double wooden doors open onto the property's garden.
The property's rear garden has been beautifully landscaped by the current owners and provides a peaceful retreat which is perfect for alfresco dining and entertaining. A stone terrace immediately abuts the property and is enclosed by herbaceous borders and mature plants. The garden itself is fully private and enclosed by a mellow red brick wall and contains a stone pathway which leads to the rear of the plot and is bordered by colourful and well-stocked beds with a variety of colourful flowers, plants and trees.
AGENTS NOTES: Please note that access to the property is provided by a right of way across land belonging to a third party and is set back securely from the main road. For more information please contact David Burr.
Whilst dating back to 1907 the property is unlisted.
SERVICES: Main water and drainage. Main electricity connected. Oil fired heating by radiators. NOTE: None of these services have been tested by the agent.
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