1b sits in the middle of the village, the property was built approx. 10 years ago, a ‘one off’ by a local developer and finished to an excellent specification. The rooms are very well proportioned and some of the internal features include quarry tiled window sills, solid oak doors and on the ground floor individually zoned underfloor heating. The elevations of the house are of attractive red brick on a stone base beneath a clay tile roof that has a patterned seam of spade end tiles running across the centre. At the entrance is a composite door into the hall where the oak staircase is located. The flooring is limestone which continues through all the rooms except the reception rooms. Off the hall is a cloakroom and to the left the kitchen/breakfast room that is fitted with bespoke oak units and granite worktops. Under the sink is a water softener, there is plumbing and space for a larder fridge/freezer and integrated is a dishwasher. Remaining is a Rangemaster cooking range that has 2 ovens, a grill, and a 5 ring induction hob, and above that a Rangemaster extraction hood. In the utility are more oak cupboards, another granite surface, a sink, space for a dishwasher and plumbing for a washing machine. The two reception rooms both have floorboards, ceiling beams and bi-fold doors to the garden. In the sitting room stands an impressive inglenook fireplace with a cast iron woodburning stove upon the slate hearth. Upstairs are four double bedrooms, the master a particularly good size that has a contemporary ensuite shower room. There is a ladder into the loft, half being boarded out with lighting and power. The loft is a large area and could be converted to form either a substantial new bedroom suite or two additional rooms. Outside
The driveway is block paved with charcoal sets and there are planted beds underneath the windows. Along the boundary is a five bar gate, a post and rail fence and laurel hedging. Stretching the width of the rear is a flagstone patio then a lawn. Adjacent the shed is a small decked area and the garden is enclosed by timber fencing. Gated access from front to back can be found down both sides.
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