You enter through the wooden front door into the entrance hallway with slate flagstones providing an appealing yet practical finish. To your right hand side you will find the morning room which is a cosy room with an open fireplace providing additional warmth and charm. A sash window overlooks the south facing front garden and floods the room with natural light. On the opposite side of the hallway is a larger reception room which is currently used as a sitting room. This is a sizeable room with a fireplace housing a multi fuel burner and a sash window overlooking the front garden. The dining room is to the rear of the property and is, again, of generous proportions with exposed beams and meat hooks harking back to its former life as a working farm.
The kitchen benefits from a wealth of storage space from the units whilst a breakfast bar provides even more storage and worktop space. Integral appliances including dishwasher, fridge and freezer are there for your convenience with space for a range style cooker with a gas point (gas bottles). An additional understairs cupboard provides plenty of extra storage space. To the rear of the kitchen is a utility room with a back door to the rear of the property, oil-fired central heating boiler, space for a washing machine and tumble dryer as well as a door to the cloakroom WC.
Climbing up the beautiful wooden period staircase you come to the sizeable and bright landing. Off the landing are the four bedrooms and two bathrooms. Three of the bedrooms are double rooms with two overlooking the garden and the final being a small single room which is currently used as an office. The master bedroom has a period fireplace in situ with an en-suite shower room. The smaller of the bathrooms is fitted with a bath with shower over, WC and basin whilst the larger bathroom is of good proportions with a walk-in shower, WC and basin.
Ideal for a dependent relative wanting their own space is additional accommodation to the side of the property. The room has its own front door, features a vaulted ceiling, an exposed stone wall and an en-suite shower room.
The main garden lies to the front of the property and has been lovingly maintained over the years with a wealth of colour from the flowers and shrubs. A mixture of lawn and gravelled areas provide zones to sit out and enjoy the sunny aspect whilst taking in the vistas. An archway and gate take you to the parking area where there's space for numerous vehicles along with two garden sheds, the largest of which has power and light, and a separate log store. The parking is reached by a lane with shared access by right of way. At the rear of the property is a small courtyard where the original well was. Another courtyard area to the road side of the property provides plenty of space for bins etc as well as an old water pump (no longer in use).
Mains electricity. Mains water. Mains drainage. Oil fired heating.
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