Period farmhouse located in a rural setting overlooking open fields to the front and rear, set in an acre plot or laid to lawn gardens with a private driveway and outbuildings to include a garage and large workshop with three phase electric. The sizeable accommodation is laid out over three storeys and briefly comprises: Rear entrance lobby, ground floor WC, fitted kitchen with Aga, garden room, sitting room, bathroom, study, formal dining room and lounge, to the first floor are four bedrooms, en-suite shower to the master and the house bathroom, stairs continue to an attic bedroom and loft space. This impressive home retains many original features and really must be seen to be fully appreciated, properties of this nature rarely come onto the market and we recommend a viewing to see all that is on offer.
Internal rear entrance lobby with tiled flooring and space for shoes/coats, a glazed doors leads through into the kitchen. Useful ground floor WC with a uPVC window and tiled flooring.
Farmhouse style country kitchen with solid wood kitchen units focused around a traditional oil burning Aga, with marbled effect work surfaces and splash backs, inset stainless steel sink and drainer, plumbing for a dishwasher, space for an under counter fridge and a concealed electric hob. Tiled flooring, spot lights to the ceiling, two uPVC windows to the rear aspect, exposed brick feature wall, glazed double doors to the garden room and a floor mounted oil fired boiler.
Walk-in shelved pantry with plumbing for a washing machine and a uPVC window.
Pleasant sitting room with three uPVC windows and French doors overlooking the garden, tiled flooring, two radiators, spot lights to the ceiling and two velux skylights.
Rustic exposed brick fireplace with an open grate fire and wooden mantel piece, exposed beams and wooden ceiling, radiator and a uPVC window to the front aspect.
Useful home office space with two uPVC windows, radiator and decorative panelling to the walls.
Tiled sided white bathtub with shower above and a pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled walls and an obscured glazed uPVC window.
A canopied hard wood front entrance door leads into the hallway with tiled flooring and stairs rising to the first floor landing. Access leads through into the dining room.
Formal dining room with a cast iron fireplace with open grate fire, decorative tiled cheeks and a deep set arched alcove beside it. UPVC windows to the front and rear, radiator, wall lamps and a walk-in storage cupboard with serving hatch to the kitchen.
Spacious living room with a central open grate fireplace with cast iron insert and traditional marbled mantel piece, decorative wooden panelling to the walls, ceiling rose, two radiators, uPVC window to the front aspect and French doors to the garden room.
Master bedroom with ensuite shower and a large walk-in wardrobe with shelving and hang rails for storage. Rear facing uPVC window and two radiators.
Modern white three piece suite comprising quadrant shower cubicle with mains fed shower, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled walls and flooring with mosaic border tiles. Towel radiator and extraction fan.
Double bedroom with a uPVC front facing window, radiator and a built-in airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder
Modern four piece bathroom suite comprising tiled sided bath with telephone mixer shower taps, quadrant shower cubicle with mains fed shower, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Tiled walls and flooring with mosaic border tiles, obscured glazed uPVC window and towel radiator.
Dual aspect uPVC windows to the side and rear, radiator, panelled ceiling and fitted wardrobes with dressing table.
Rear facing uPVC window, radiator and fitted wardrobes.
Stairs lead off the landing to a traditional servants bedroom in the attic with a uPVC window to the gable end. A doorway opens into the loft space which runs the remaining length of the property for storage and also has a uPVC window in the opposing gable end.
Extensive single storey brick outbuilding under a pantiled roof split, originally built as stables but now knocked through and converted into sections to include a garage with double doors to the roadside, workshop space with three phase electric and a coal store nearest the house.
The property enjoys extensive gardens all laid to lawn to the front, side and rear of the property totalling just over an acre of land with mature trees, shrubbery and a natural pond. A gravelled driveway leads beside the outbuilding to provide off street parking for multiple cars and a hand gates leads into a courtyard which gives access into the rear entrance lobby.
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Mortgage and Financial Services:
We recommend to Neil Lamplough and Stuart Summerscales.
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Conveyancing and Legals
We recommend to Sandersons Solicitors and Williamsons Solicitors.
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Surveys and Valuations
We recommend to Graham Gibbs Associates for property condition surveys. Should you choose to use their services, you should know that we would expect to receive gratuities worth approximately £50.00 per annum.
Recommended Local Tradesman
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