The residence was built around 15 years ago of traditional construction under a pitched pan tiled roof in a barn style. The home has been largely constructed from reclaimed materials and has been finished to a luxurious standard throughout. The home offers extremely versatile accommodation with bedrooms (all with en suite facilities) on the ground floor (2) and first floors (2) and the added benefit of a self contained annexe again in keeping with the main building making an ideal accommodation for a dependant relative or indeed a potential rental income. Particular attention is drawn to the superb kitchen/dining room fitted in a shaker style complemented with granite working surfaces and integrated appliances and quarry tile floor. A further point of interest is the sitting room with vaulted ceiling and exposed timbers and with french doors from the kitchen these two rooms make for an ideal entertaining area. The current owners have also made improvements with the inclusion of the cart lodge and a programme of regular cosmetic upkeep.
In brief the accommodation comprises entrance porch to entrance hall with oak flooring and a solid oak dogleg staircase, kitchen/dining room, large sitting room, utility room, shower room, 2 double bedrooms both with en suite facilities. On the first floor can be found a spacious landing, 2 double bedrooms with en suite shower room and bathroom. The annexe stands detached and in keeping with the main building and consists of an entrance hall, kitchen/dining room, living room/sun room and a double bedroom with an en suite shower room. Outside there is a sweeping gravelled driveway leading to both the front of the home and the cart lodge and provides ample off road parking. The front garden is laid to lawn and is shielded from the road by hedging and mature trees. The rear garden enjoys good levels of privacy is laid predominantly to lawn with a flower and shrub border, both the annex and man building enjoying a sunny courtyard setting.