A most appealing and very attractive 1930s built tudor style property situated on this highly regarded private estate and with the advantage of a southerly facing plot within 0.26 of an acre. The property offers scope for further improvements and alterations subject to the usual local authority and Hutton Mount consents and currently features four bedrooms, two with en suite and family bathroom and there is also a useful loft room accessed via a retractable ladder. On the ground floor there are three good sized reception rooms, spacious kitchen/breakfast room leading to laundry room and ground floor cloak. There is ample parking for several cars in addition to the double length garage, whilst at the rear there is a most attractive landscaped garden measuring 125' long x 60' wide with southerly aspect.
The property is approached by an in and out driveway and jettied front entrance beneath which a heavy braced and beam oak entrance door opens to:
Leaded light windows to front and side elevations. Radiator. Dark wood picture rail. Dark wood multi paned inner doorway to the:
A bright and sunny area provided by natural light from a tall leaded light casement window to the half landing overlooking rear garden. Return staircase to first floor with understairs cupboard. Two radiators. Dark wood picture rail. Telephone point. Dark wood obscure multi paned inner doors to:
Dining Room 4.14m (13'7) x 3.58m (11'9)
Secondary glazed four casement leaded light window to front elevation. Double radiator. Picture rail. Decorative oak effect beams to ceiling. To one corner of the room there is an attractive brick and tiled fireplace with arched and brick inset, tiled hearth and dark wood polished mantel. Obscure dark wood door to:
Study 3.96m (13') x 2.49m (8'2)
Secondary glazed leaded casement window to front aspect. Picture rail. Double radiator.
Sitting Room 7.11m (23'4) x 4.01m (13'2)
Accessed from the reception hall via a dark wood multi paned door. This is a bright and sunny reception room having dual aspect, the focal point being a red brick and tiled fireplace with arched and brick inset, tiled hearth, gas living flame fire. There is a secondary glazed four casement leaded light window to front elevation. Picture rail. Three dark wood beams to ceiling. Two further double radiators. Glazed leaded light french doors and side feature windows overlooking and leading to rear garden.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 6.1m (20') x 3.18m (10'5) maximum
Accessed from the reception hall, initially with space in breakfast area for table and chairs, opening to a well fitted range of base cupboards, drawers and eye level cabinets, having light oak style panelled doors with contrasting working surfaces incorporating stainless steel single bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap. Tiled splashback surround. Inset four ring gas hob by aeg with cooker hood above. Separate tall end unit housing aeg double oven and grill. Space beneath work surface for dishwasher. Integrated fridge. Attractive high level plate rack over sink area. Integrated bottle rack within base units. Telephone point. Double radiator. Two beams to ceiling. Leaded light style window to rear aspect. Glazed panelled door to:
Laundry Room 2.44m (8') x 2.08m (6'10)
Leaded window to rear aspect. Part glazed door to garden. Working surface with space beneath for washing machine and tumble dryer. Wall mounted gas boiler. Inset stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap. Tiled splashback. Door to:
Fitted with modern close couple WC, wall mounted wash hand basin. Fully tiled walls. Obscure leaded window to side aspect.
First Floor Landing
Complemented by a light oak staircase balustrade. Picture rail. Linen cupboard. Separate airing cupboard incorporating hot water cylinder and shelving. Access to loft room via trap door and retractable ladder. Panelled doors to:
Bedroom 1 4.27m (14') x 4.01m (13'2) including wardrobes
Four casement leaded light window to rear aspect with excellent view of the garden. Radiator. Telephone point. Picture rail. A range of floor to ceiling fitted wardrobes to two walls with shelving and hanging space within. Door to:
Comprising panel enclosed bath with gold effect twin hand grips, Aqualisa shower unit, glazed shower screen, pedestal wash hand basin with gold effect taps, close couple WC. Fully tiled walls. Small display recess with cupboard below. Wall mounted hairdryer. Radiator. Obscure leaded window to side aspect.
Bedroom 2 4.14m (13'7) into window recess reducing to 11' x 3.71m (12'2)
Three casement leaded light dormer window to front aspect, radiator and shelf below. Two built in cupboards to eaves space. A range of fitted wardrobes to one wall and adjoining bookcase with cupboards at base level. Door to:
Ensuite Shower Room
Comprising ceramic tiled shower cubicle with Aqualisa shower, close couple WC, pedestal wash hand basin. Fully tiled walls. Double radiator. Obscure leaded window to side aspect.
Bedroom 3 4.01m (13'2) x 2.67m (8'9) including wardrobes
Secondary glazed leaded style window to front aspect. Double radiator. Dressing table and fitted wardrobes to one wall and matching bookcase.
Bedroom 4 2.84m (9'4) x 2.67m (8'9)
Secondary glazed leaded window to front aspect. Double radiator. Picture rail.
Fitted with a coloured suite comprising panelled bath with gold effect mixer tap and shower attachment, close couple WC, pedestal wash hand basin with gold effect mixer tap. Separate ceramic tiled shower cubicle with Aqualisa shower. Fully tiled walls. Double radiator. Leaded window to rear aspect.
Loft Room 4.88m (16') into eaves x 2.54m (8'4) into eaves
Measuring 16' long into eaves x 8' wide into eaves with 6'1 ceiling height. Boarded and carpeted room with leaded dormer window to rear elevation. Three built in storage cupboards housing water tanks. Three power points and one telephone point. Built in low level cupboards and work surface.
Tarmac in and out drive providing parking for several cars flanked by established trees, mature shrubs and small semi circular lawned area. Pedestrian side access via wrought iron gate and pathway to rear garden.
Double Length Garage
With up and over door. Lighting and power. Measuring 36'9 long x 8'7 wide internally. Double multi paned doors at the far end providing access to garden.
A very established and attractive landscaped south facing rear garden measuring 125' in depth x 60' wide commencing with a paved patio terrace across the rear of the house with complementing low retaining wall and inset flower beds. This, in turn, leads to an extensive lawn flanked at the sides by well stocked mature flower and shrub borders. Additional crazy paved patio area and low level hedgerow beyond which there is a further lawn and two timber sheds.
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