A porch canopy shelters the uPVC front door that opens to a porch with a built in cloaks cupboard.
ENTRANCEHALL: Here, a staircase rises to the first floor with under stairs cupboard, there is a telephone–broadband point, a double radiator and door opening to:-
CLOAKROOM: A white suite comprises a low level WC and a wash basin with cupboard under, tiled surrounds, a radiator and frosted window to the side.
LIVING ROOM: A bright airy room with a bay window allowing an outlook to the front, a reconstituted stone feature fireplace and matching side plinth with polished Oak mantle shelf. A double radiator, TV point and a door leading to the Study or Breakfast Room.
DINING ROOM: Another very airy reception room with radiator and a double aspect having a broad bow window to the side and French doors opening to the patio and rear garden.
BREAKFAST ROOM or STUDY: (adjoining the kitchen): This was the dining room when the house was built and is next to the kitchen. In several properties of the same original design that we have sold over the years, the wall has been removed between the two adjoining rooms to form an open plan kitchen diner. The outlook from here is again to the patio and garden with a radiator and an almost wall to wall patio door.
KITCHEN: Fitted with a range of Oak fronted floor and wall cupboards with roll edge work surfaces and ceramic tiled splash backs. An inset stainless steel sink, plumbing for a washing machine, a built-in eye level fan assisted oven-grill with microwave over, space for a fridge, a gas fired boiler, (replaced in more recent years), providing central heating and the hot water, a door and window opening to and overlooking the rear garden.
On the first floor:
LANDING: With a hatch and pull-down ladder allowing access to the loft, a built in airing cupboard and doors to each room.
BEDROOM ONE: Another dual aspect room with an outlook to the front and rear, a radiator, a vanity unit with a hand basin inset and a screened shower enclosure with mixer shower. Given the overall length of this room there is space to separate a full en suite shower room if required and the bedroom would retain an outlook to the rear.
BEDROOM TWO: Before the house was enlarged, this would have been the principal bedroom and so as the second room, the proportions are very good. There is a radiator, a suite of fitted wardrobes and matching furniture and an outlook to the front.
BEDROOM THREE: Arranged to enjoy an outlook to the rear with a radiator.
BEDROOM FOUR: With a built in wardrobe/storage cupboard, a radiator and an outlook to the front.
FAMILY BATHROOM: A white suite comprises a panelled bath with an electronic shower over, part ceramic wall tiling, a pedestal wash basin and a close coupled WC. There is a radiator and a frosted window to the rear.
Oustide: The garden at the front is laid mainly to lawn that sets the house back nicely from the pavement with a series of established shrubs and bushes on either side.
A path leads via an arbour to the front door and then through a gateway to an area of garden at the side of the house that is bounded by a screen wall.
The side garden leads past a garden that is nicely hidden away with the paved patio area extending across the whole of the rear of the house. The patio opens to the lawn at the rear which is level and fully enclosed. A gate opens to the drive and personnel door opens to the garage with light, power and an up and over door.