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A magnificent former farmhouse with an abundance of character and history with later extensions and improvement providing this stunning family home with a perfect blend of character features and Read more
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A magnificent former farmhouse with an abundance of character and history with later extensions and improvement providing this stunning family home with a perfect blend of character features and contemporary living set in the heart of this highly sought after village. The property offers six bedrooms, two bathrooms, three reception rooms and an open-plan living dining kitchen with contemporary glazed structure at the rear. There is entrance hall, WC and boot room and a coach house to the side incorporating ground floor and first floor studios, kitchenette and an abundance of outbuildings. This flexible and versatile property demands internal inspection to appreciate. Much of the character of this property remains including the old concealed whey pit, garden well and with the first floor studio having the original metal wheel which was formerly used on a belt system to crush mangel-wurzel's as feed for the cattle. There is also an original Victorian boiling pot and butchers sink within one of the outbuildings. It is believed that the property was a former doctors surgery with waiting room and farmhouse at one time.
Entrance Hall10'2" x 5'9" (3.1m x 1.75m). A spacious character hallway with feature exposed timber beams, timber flooring, feature cast iron fireplace with decorative timber surround and matching fitted alcove cupboards.
Downstairs WC With contemporary low level push button flush WC, wall mounted wash hand basin with hot and cold mixer tap, heated towel rail, tiled floor and window to the side.
Boot Room5' x 6'10" (1.52m x 2.08m). A useful everyday entrance room ideal for storage of coats and shoes etc with timber framed sealed unit double glazed stable style door at the side leading through into the coach arch, tiled flooring and entrance to the hallway.
Living Dining Kitchen25'8" (7.82m) x 21' (6.4m) at widest point. A magnificent open-plan living dining kitchen with central double sided log burner (incorporating partial water heating). There is an ample range of contemporary integrated handle wall and base units finished in a contemporary two-tone colouring with square edge worktops, tiled splashbacks, one and a half bowl Franke stainless steel sink unit and drainer with hot and cold mixer tap above, integrated dishwasher and larder fridge, built-in electric oven, microwave combi oven and warming drawer. Gas four ring hob and central island unit with butchers block style timber worktop incorporating breakfast bar. There are recessed ceiling spotlights, wall light points and stone flooring which runs through the entire area. One of the most impressive features of this room is the glass atrium extension at the rear with large sliding double doors leading directly out in to the garden and with glass roof above allowing an abundance of natural daylight into this room and being a particular feature of this property blending character features with contemporary living.
Rear Hallway21'10" x 6' (6.65m x 1.83m). With recess ceiling spotlights, window to the side and access to the rest of the ground floor rooms.
Snug14'4" x 12'9" (4.37m x 3.89m). With large sash window to the front overlooking the village church, hand crafted alcove storage cupboards, wall light points, glazed internal double doors leading through into the lounge.
Lounge14'4" (4.37m) x 15' (4.57m) into inglenook fireplace. A well proportioned living room with large sash window to the front overlooking the village church featuring a fireplace with inset open fire and decorative surround with tiled hearth, alcove shelving, feature exposed timber beam. This room is adjacent to the snug with interconnecting double doors enabling this space to be opened up to use as one large entertaining space.
Garden Room11'4" x 16' (3.45m x 4.88m). A particularly pleasant room enjoying a view over the rear garden with timber framed sealed unit double glazed French doors with matching side window panels overlooking the rear garden, strip pine flooring and large feature log burner, wall light points. A flexible and versatile room with a number of potential different uses such as family room, playroom or home study.
Utility Room13'5" x 5'4" (4.1m x 1.63m). With wall mounted Worcester gas central heating boiler, space and plumbing for washing machine, Belfast sink with hot and cold tap above, space for freezer and large understairs storage cupboard.
First Floor Landing15' x 11' (4.57m x 3.35m). Approached via a particularly wide staircase the generous first floor landing offers an abundance of space and with a window at the rear with York sliding sash window overlooking the rear garden.
Master Bedroom13'9" x 15' (4.2m x 4.57m). With York sliding sash style window to the rear and side elevations, feature cast iron fireplace with decorative timber surround.
En-suite Shower Room4'6" x 7' (1.37m x 2.13m). Having a contemporary white three piece suite comprising low level push button flush WC, wall mounted wash hand basin, double shower cubicle with wall mounted mixer shower, window to the side, tiled flooring and extractor fan.
Bedroom Two13'10" x 14'5" (4.22m x 4.4m). Having a feature cast iron fireplace displaying Grapevines indicating some of the history of this fascinating home. There is a large sash window to the front elevation overlooking the village church, ample space for double bed and bedroom furniture.
Bedroom Three14'5" x 11'6" (4.4m x 3.5m). With a fabulous feature fossil slate fireplace with inset cast iron fire grate, large sash window to the front overlooking the village church and with ample space for double bed an bedroom furniture.
Bedroom Four14'5" x 10'3" (4.4m x 3.12m). Having sash window to the front elevation overlooking the church, interconnecting door into the coach house part of the property.
Rear Landing With decorative spindle and banister two step staircase rising to the slightly raised landing which gives access to family bathroom and two further bedrooms.
Family Bathroom10'3" x 5'8" (3.12m x 1.73m). With contemporary four piece white suite comprising low level push button flush WC, wall mounted wash hand basin, double end panelled bath, corner shower cubicle with wall mounted mixer shower, tiled flooring, tiled splashbacks, heated towel rail and window to side.
Bedroom Five11' x 10'4" (3.35m x 3.15m). A spacious double bedroom with York sliding sash style window to the rear overlooking the rear garden, ample space for double bed and bedroom furniture.
Bedroom Six6'5" x 9'6" (1.96m x 2.9m). With window to the side elevation, ample space for single bed and bedroom furniture or alternative use for this room as a home study or dressing room.
The Coach House Having contemporary industrial style radiators throughout The Coach House
Reception Room14' x 24'6" (4.27m x 7.47m). An exceptional room dedicated to showcasing Artwork at the current time and has ideal use as a day to day living room with two windows to the front elevation. Contemporary industrial style radiators, staircase rising to the first floor, sealed unit double glazed timber frame French doors with archtop window to the rear overlooking the courtyard and garden beyond. Recessed ceiling spotlights, feature exposed timber beam and doorway leading through to the kitchenette.
Kitchenette13'2" x 9'6" (4.01m x 2.9m). With storage units incorporating sink with hot and cold mixer tap above, space for table and chairs, doorway through to the courtyard, window to the side.
WC3'7" x 4'7" (1.1m x 1.4m). With low level push button flush WC, wall mounted wash hand basin with hot and cold mixer tap, heated towel rail, tiled flooring and extractor fan.
First Floor Studio14'2" x 25'1" (4.32m x 7.65m). A magnificent feature room currently used as an art studio and has excellent potential for a number of different uses with two windows to the front elevation overlooking the church and glazed roof to one side allowing an abundance of natural daylight into this double height room with feature exposed timber beams including magnificent king post truss beam. Door giving access through to:
Study14'1" x 10' (4.3m x 3.05m). A superb home study with glazed roof to one side, window to the rear and interconnecting door through to bedroom four.
Outside The property fronts the road and has double gated access through the coach archway into Victorian sett cobbled courtyard giving access onwards to a contemporary patio area immediately to the rear of the property and onwards to a large lawn.
The Gardens The gardens have been beautifully maintained and contain a variety of shrubs and trees, shaped lawn, vegetable planting area and former cow shed which is ideal for storage. There is a concealed well in the garden and an original lead village pump dating back to 1764 adding to the abundant character in this unique property. There are two large Victorian built outbuildings with sash windows to the side and two separate entrance doors, these rooms are currently used for storage and offer excellent further potential. There is outside lighting, outside tap and raised and planted borders with timber pergola and climbing rose. There are some recently planted silver birch trees to provide additional screening towards the foot of the garden and a trailing Wisteria immediately on the rear wall enjoying the sunny aspect. There is a palisaded front garden designed for low maintenance with lavender and an old entrance into the cellar which runs beneath the lounge and snug.