Detached House   4 bedroom(s)   2 bathroom(s)   2 reception room(s)
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A stunning Grade II Listed detached timber framed house with origins believed to date back to the late 15th Century and having notable period features; of particular note is the detailed carvings to the principal beams, impressive inglenook fireplace and extensive display of timbers and studwork. Rookery Farmhouse is presented to an excellent order and has undergone significant modernisation and improvements over the years which incorporate an en suite together with walk-in wardrobe to the master bedroom. This delightful property enjoys an excellent village position further benefitted by a detached double bay outbuilding with power and light connected and grounds believed to measure 0.6 acres set behind electric gates.
Solid wood door through to;
ENTRANCE HALL: An inviting area with staircase rising to first floor. Doors to;
DRAWING ROOM: 18'4 x 15'5 (5.60m x 4.70m). An exceptional room having dual aspect and French style doors that open to the side terrace and gardens beyond. A fireplace with inset wood burning stove upon a part brick and tiled hearth with brick surround creates the main focal point of the room.
DINING/FAMILY ROOM: 20'3 x 18'5 (6.16m x 5.62m). A truly magnificent room that affords an abundance of period features including a vast display of exposed timbers and studwork and an impressive large inglenook fireplace with inset wood burning stove under bressumer and tiled hearth creating the main focal point of this room. The attractive arched door frame leads through to the rear lobby/boot room and further door provides access to the staircase rising to the first floor. Door to utility.
KITCHEN: 14'5 x 10'3 (4.40m x 3.13m). A generous room offering rear aspect via a bay window. Fitted with a range of matching wall and base units under work preparation surfaces that incorporate a single bowl sink unit with mixer tap. Remnants of a former inglenook fireplace displaying a bressumer beam above. Spaces for freestanding fridge freezer and cooker. Boiler. Cupboard to side of the fireplace.
UTILITY: 6'1 x 5'9 (1.85 x 1.75m). A useful area with space for washing machine and tumble dryer. Door to;
CLOAKROOM: Fitted with W.C, and wash hand basin.
REAR LOBBY/BOOT ROOM: 8'6 x 8'6 (2.60m x 2.60m). Attractive area with tiled flooring and external door.
LANDING: A large welcoming area with sash window offering natural light and views overlooking the front grounds and doors to;
BEDROOM 1: 15'9 x 15'5 (4.79m x 4.70m). A substantial room with double aspect and enjoying views of the grounds. Door to; WALK-IN WARDROBE with light and EN SUITE: Fitted with a built-in shower cubicle with part tiled surround, low level W.C. and wash hand basin. Heated towel rail.
BEDROOM 2/SITTING ROOM: 15'3 x 11' (4.65m x 3.35m). A splendid versatile area that would lend itself to a multiple of uses if so required, however would make an exceptional large bedroom with bathroom and further walk-in wardrobe if so required. This impressive room has large storage cupboard and door providing two staircases to the attic rooms and back down to the dining/family room. Door to;
BATHROOM: A wonderful suite fitted with oval ball and claw bath with central mixer tap having a shower attachment. Corner shower cubicle with part tiled surround, W.C. and wash hand basin.
BEDROOM 3: 12'2 x 8'6 (3.70m x 2.60m). With built-in wardrobe. Views overlooking the rear grounds.
BEDROOM 4: 9'1 x 9'0 (2.78m x 2.75m). Located off bedroom 2/sitting room and again would lend itself to a multiple of uses if so required. Side aspect.
Second floor Split-level staircase rising to two second floor landings providing access to;
ATTIC ROOM 1: 13'6 x 9'8 (4.11m x 2.94m). Of generous size and having display of exposed timbers, wooden floorboards and attractive leaded light window to attic room 3. Side aspect.
ATTIC ROOM 3: 16'7 x 7'10 (5.05m x 2.39m). Again with extensive display of timbers and studwork. Wooden floorboards.
ATTIC ROOM 2: 13'6 x 10' (4.11m x 3.05m). Of similar size to attic room 1 having views overlooking the grounds.
ATTIC ROOM 4: 14'6 X 8'3 (4.41m x 2.51m). Of similar size to attic room 3 again with a display of period features.
Outside The property is set away from the road and is approached by electric controlled gates and in turn opens to the grounds and the extensive sweeping driveway. The remainder of the front grounds are predominantly lawn with well-established trees and hedging and is bordered by part picket fence. To the side and rear of the property is a well-placed terrace area ideal for al fresco dining or entertaining in mind. The terrace is further flanked by an attractive half height wall. The driveway continues to the rear to a designed parking area, the property and a DETACHED OUTBUILDING having two side hung double doors, power and light connected. The outbuilding would lend itself to a variety of uses subject to any planning consents. To the rear the lawn leads away from the house and outbuilding and is interspersed with established trees. The entire grounds are believed to measure 0.6 acres.
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