A substantial village property constructed in 1973 at the end of this sought after no through road.
Of note is the entrance hall with parquet flooring and winding stairs rising to the galleried landing and first floor. The entrance hall leads to all the principal rooms on the ground floor and the sitting room runs the entire depth of the property and provides spacious and light accommodation. There is a large bay window to the front elevation and an imposing fireplace with mantle and brick hearth. Patio doors lead to a large conservatory benefiting from views to the countryside and access to the garden via French doors. A formal dining room is situated to the rear of the property which has views to the garden and a third reception room is formed by the study to the front elevation. An arch from the entrance hall leads to a well appointed cloakroom and the kitchen/breakfast room is extensively fitted with a range of pine panel front units and benefits from views to the garden and beyond. A panelled door accesses a spacious utility room which has a dual aspect and a glazed door to the rear garden.
The first floor is equally spacious and the galleried landing accesses all the bedrooms. The principal suite is situated to the front elevation of the property and has views to the front garden and rolling countryside in the distance. A door accesses a well appointed en-suite shower room with matching suite. There are four further bedrooms, two of which benefit from built-in wardrobes and all of these rooms have delightful views to the gardens and open countryside.
It would be fair to say that the accommodation on offer at Park End is of a substantial nature and ideally suited to a growing family.
Outside The property is approached via a drive which provides ample parking and in turn leads to the attached double garage which benefits from electric roller doors, power and lighting and is also accessed via a personal door from the rear garden.
The drive is flanked by large expanses of lawn bordered by densely stocked herbaceous borders and a number of trees providing focal points which include a cherry and sycamore.
Rear access is afforded on both sides of the property and on the Westerly elevation an attractive rose arbour and wrought iron gate separate the front and rear gardens.
The rear garden is an absolute delight and benefits from a South and West facing aspect enabling it to take advantage of the all day sun. There is a large expanse of lawn which is flanked by well stocked and neatly arranged herbaceous borders which boast a variety of bulbs, climbing roses and perennials that provide year round interest. To the rear boundary lies a further herbaceous border which runs the entire width of the garden beyond which are delightful views to open countryside.
The property offers scope for further enlargement if required (subject to planning).
sittingroom26' 9" x 11' 10" (8.17m x 3.61m)
diningroom14' 0" x 10' 1" (4.27m x 3.08m)
conservatory16' 6" x 11' 0" (5.04m x 3.36m)
kitchen/breakfastroom12' 3" x 9' 2" (3.75m x 2.80m)
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