The property sits amidst extensive, carefully maintained and secluded landscaped gardens and is set far back from the road. A paved drive allows for parking of multiple vehicles and leads to detached garage. The property further benefits from gas fired central heating and double glazing.
Immediately on entering this property at ground level via the large entrance hallway, it is clear that the property has been fantastically well maintained by the current owners and they have retained a wealth of original period features such as decorative coving and ceiling roses, which contrast favourably with elements of contemporary styling. Great emphasis has been placed on the creation of easily managed and free-flowing space on a bright and fresh layout. Room usage throughout can be adapted to meet the needs of the winner.
The home will comfortably provide for a large family. Its layout on the ground floor accommodates for adults and kids to relax separately in its superior lounge and family room areas, and both have large windows overlooking the front garden.
At the heart of this family home is the real versatility of space provided by way of both kitchen and conservatory for casual eating/breakfasting or for special occasions. The spacious dining room offers a more formal option. This link between the kitchen and conservatory makes this the ideal property for entertaining guests. The kitchen has been fitted to include a range of floor and wall mounted units with a striking Granite worktop and Island, which provide a fashionable and efficient work-space. It further benefits from an integrated oven, grill and microwave stack system with five ring gas burning hob and an extractor hood. This area also leads to the utility which provides excellent additional work-space.
The upper levels are accessed via a staircase with a large stained glass window to the rear providing excellent natural light to the half landing, stairwell and broad top landing.
On the half level, the accommodation comprises of an additional spacious bedroom with en-suite bathroom (currently being used as a study area).
The upper level boasts five double bedrooms, with the master and bedroom three offering the additional benefit of en-suite shower rooms.
The attic is also accessed from a fixed staircase within cupboard and is floored & lined and offers great additional accommodation.
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