Pooks Hill Cottage is a stunning larger than average 3-bedroom detached bungalow with gardens of approximately half an acre (tbv) and complete privacy. This characterful property is situated in the much sought after Old Domewood private estate. It has a spacious separate garage and off-road parking for numerous vehicles. Built in the mid-1930s, it is in a period style and features include oak beams, oak latch doors together with oak flooring and lattice windows. An attractive brick beehive inglenook fireplace with Aga wood burner and a large kitchen/breakfast room with 2 oven gas Aga add to its charm.
Approaching the property there is a granite stone edged shingle driveway leading to the garage and providing off-road parking for numerous vehicles. Entering the bungalow both the front and rear doors are oak. It is understood that the oak for the original part of the property came from oak trees felled for the original builds in the Old Domewood private estate. This property has been extended sympathetically to provide more spacious accommodation.
From the entrance hall, a door to the right leads into the living room which has dark oak beams and light oak flooring. There is a brick beehive inglenook fireplace with a Aga wood burner and a quarry tiled hearth. There are lattice windows on each side of the room providing plenty of light.
The living room leads into the larger dining room, providing generous space for both formal and informal entertaining and with triple aspect windows. Beyond this there is a step down into the kitchen/breakfast room with windows on all three sides and French doors into the garden.
The impressive kitchen/breakfast room has a plentiful range of cream coloured wall and base units with stunning black pearl granite work surfaces for a contrast. The units provide both cupboard space and also deep drawers. There are French cottage style ceramic floor tiles and a one and a half bowl sink is situated below a large window with further windows opposite. There is an integrated dishwasher and space for a large fridge/freezer with other appliances currently situated in the utility room. There is an attractive burgundy colour 2 oven gas fired Aga in keeping with the style of this property. There is ample room for a kitchen table and chairs and/or a settee at the far end of the room where there are French doors into the garden.
Returning to the hallway, the utility room is ahead and has double aspect windows together with the oak back door. There is a sink and draining board of Corian with a tiled splashback. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine and a tumble dryer. There are wall and base units incorporating glazed units and with a light oak work surface. In addition to this, there are two full height cupboards with dark oak doors. The flooring is Amtico and this continues from the utility room through the hall, into the corridor and in both the bathroom and the en-suite.
The family bathroom is in a contemporary style with white WC, bath with hand held shower attachment and white wash hand basin with vanity unit comprising two deep drawers. There are large neutral tiles and a high level frosted lattice window and there is access to the loft space.
There are two double bedrooms and a good size single all of which are light and airy. The en-suite shower room with WC is in a contemporary style with shower cubicle with grey and white feature tiling.
The spacious garage has electric doors and there is off-road parking for numerous vehicles. Adjacent to the back door there are two oak doors giving access on the left to an outside WC and to the right useful storage. There is further storage on the other side of the house in the workshop which was previously a garage. The electricity meter is located here together with the combi-boiler. In addition to this there is a large timber sh
|Stunning larger than average 3-bedroom detached bungalow||Complete privacy with gardens of approximately half an acre (tbv)|
|Situated in the sought after Old Domewood private estate||Separate garage with electric doors and off-road parking for numerous vehicles|
|Built in the mid-1930s in period style with a plethora of oak beams, oak latch doors, oak flooring a||Brick beehive inglenook fireplace with Aga wood burner|
|Open plan living/dining room||Large extended kitchen/breakfast room with 2 oven gas Aga and separate utility room|
|Family bathroom and en-suite shower room||Council Tax Band ‘E’ and EPC ‘tbc’|