This attractive part brick and timber clad “upside-down” house, skilfully designed to take advantage of the magnificent views this property has to offer, was built by a neighbouring builder in 1965 after acquiring the land for a shilling. Over the years, it has been improved by its longstanding current owners whilst lending itself to further improvement. A fourth bedroom was created from the integral garage some 12 years ago, and more recently, refitted A-rated uPVC windows and doors have been installed to its majority, along with a replacement boiler and Magnaclean. The main bathroom has been refurbished in addition to specific enhancements to particular, outside areas.
The main entrance door is approached via a few shallow steps up opening into a spacious RECEPTION HALL with a ceramic tiled floor and a Velux roof window positioned above creating an abundance of natural light. THREE BEDROOMS are located to the ground floor, two of which are doubles and fitted with wardrobe cupboards and one having an EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM, ideal guest room, whilst the further bedroom is a large single. Additional to the ground floor is a CLOAKROOM with white suite, an understairs cupboard, two handy STUDY AREAS cleverly created behind bi-folding doors in addition to a large UTILITY CUPBOARD also behind bi-folding doors housing the boiler, Magnaclean system, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble drier as well as plenty of storage and shelving. A STAIRCASE rises to the FIRST FLOOR LANDING where the MAIN BEDROOM and LIVING ACCOMODATION are favourably positioned to take full advantage the magnificent far reaching views on offer, comprising a triple aspect L-shaped LIVING/DINING ROOM with stripped pine exposed floorboards, a feature gas fire mounted on a quarry tiled hearth with brick surround, three large windows to the living area to maximise the views in addition to French style doors to the rear garden. To the dining area is a further window and a bespoke built-in large dresser-style unit to one wall. The KITCHEN, with a large window to the easterly façade overlooks the garden’s decked area and is fully fitted with a range of formica units with complementing worktops, an integrated Neff 4-ring gas hob with electric fan oven below, an inset 1½ bowl sink unit and space for a dishwasher with a further area to accommodate a free-standing fridge/freezer, and door to rear garden. The double aspect MAIN BEDROOM, again with sizeable windows displaying the splendid views beyond, is bright and spacious with two sets of double fitted wardrobes. A stylish part-tiled MAIN BATHROOM is fitted with a contemporary style wash-hand basin & vanity unit, free-standing roll top bath, separate shower cubicle with a mains-fed shower and low-level WC. To conclude the first floor is a shelved airing cupboard complete with radiator and a loft hatch with fixed ladder.
Outside, to the rear, is a pretty and established SOUTH FACING TIERED GARDEN creating varied interest with a level lawned area in addition to an abundance of mature trees and shrubs including a magnolia, holly, palm, rhododendrons, camelia and evergreen hedging to name but a few, edged with banked wooded areas creating seclusion and privacy. Adjacent to the easterly elevation is an architecturally designed ‘floating’ timber decked area ideal for enjoying the morning sun whilst to the rear is a paved pathway incorporating a small alcove patio with direct access from the living room. A further and larger circular paved patio is set within the lawned area enjoying the splendid and distant views. TO THE FRONT, are areas of lawn fringed with shrub borders as well as private parking, with a further parking space to the foot of the approach. There is also the benefit and scope to create garaging to either side of the property.
|EPC rating D||Council Tax Band F|