This charming family home has been lovingly refurbished by the current owners who have kept a turn of the century Arts & Crafts style in mind and even managed to source parquet flooring to the same age of the house. Farrow and Ball paint has been used throughout; the kitchen has been fitted with contemporary Charles Rennie McKintosh designer units and K-rend insulating render has been applied to the exterior of the building.
A spacious entrance hall with attractive oak parquet flooring welcomes you into the property and links through to the living room and to the downstairs shower room. This large space is a room in itself and could be used as a reading room or study area. The generous lounge has plenty of space for both a living and dining area that are divided by an eye catching cast iron spiral staircase rising to the first floor. There is polished reclaimed parquet flooring and charming wall panelling throughout the whole room that also features an exposed brick fireplace and chimney breast with a cast iron log burner to the lounge area and a brick open fireplace to the dining area.
Parquet flooring continues through to the stunning kitchen breakfast room from which double glazed French doors open out to the southerly rear garden. The stylish fitted kitchen includes composite stone work surfaces and some integrated appliances.
Upstairs are three bedrooms with far reaching countryside views to the master and built in wardrobes to bedroom two. The stylish family bathroom has been refitted with an Edwardian style white suite featuring a roll top claw foot bath.
To the front of the property is a shingle drive that can accommodate two vehicles. A double gate then opens onto a further parking area and accesses the mature, southerly rear garden that extends to 88ft with a newly laid patio. There is also a fully insulated log cabin with electricity and freesat creating a perfect teenager’s den or man cave.