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PERIOD STONE COTTAGE WITH STUNNING EXTENSIVE COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS! TRANQUIL RURAL POSITION ONLY A SHORT DRIVE FROM NEIGHBOURING VILLAGES AND TOWN! FANTASTIC DOG WALKS FROM YOUR FRONT DOOR! LARGE GARDENS, DRIVEWAY AND DETACHED CARPORT/WORKSHOP! SCOPE FOR FURTHER EXTENSION/CONVERSION (subject to the necessary planning permission)! This lovely, natural stone period, detached cottage offers so much. Most of the windows boast views over beautiful open countryside and hills. The accommodation is very flexible and offers three main reception areas and four bedrooms. However, there is superb scope for further extension or conversion to create more accommodation (subject to the necessary planning permission) but you won't find a better, more tranquil spot to do this! There is extensive off-road parking leading to a detached triple carport and workshop. THIS PROPERTY SIMPLY HAS TO BE VIEWED TO APPRECIATE THE FANTASTIC RURAL LOCATION IT OCCUPIES.
Paved front pathway leads to timber storm porch with outside light. uPVC double-glazed front door leads to entrance reception hall
ENTRANCE RECEPTION HALL
A generous entrance reception hall. uPVC double-glazed door leading to the rear. Radiator. Moulded skirting boards and architraves. Exposed stone work. Staircase rises to the first floor. uPVC double-glazed window to the side. Panelled doors lead off the entrance reception hall to
LIVING ROOM/MAIN RECEPTION – 18'5 x 18'8
A beautiful main reception room enjoying a light multi aspect with uPVC double-glazed window to the front enjoying outlooks across the front garden to open countryside and extensive views beyond, an easterly aspect enjoying the morning sun. uPVC double-glazed window to the rear overlooking the driveway and the rear garden. uPVC double-glazed window and uPVC double-glazed French doors lead to the side enjoying a westerly aspect and the afternoon/evening sun. Impressive natural stone fireplace, heavy beam work, cast iron log burning stove, flagstone hearth, coved ceiling, inset feature ceiling lighting, two radiators, moulded skirting boards and architraves.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM – 21'11 max x 13'11 max
A generous main living space, perfect for family use, split in to two sub areas:
A range of fully fitted limed oak panelled kitchen units comprising solid granite work surface and surrounds, inset 1 ½ ceramic sink with mixer tap over, inset induction hob, drawers and cupboards under, integrated fridge, space and plumbing for dishwasher, ceramic tiled floor, inset eye-level electric oven and grill with matching wall mounted cupboards and display cabinets and concealed under unit lighting. Concealed cooker hood extractor fan, inset feature ceiling lighting, three uPVC double-glazed windows to the front enjoying an easterly aspect and the morning sun.
Ceramic tiled floor, radiator, inset feature ceiling lighting.
Pine latch doors lead off the Kitchen/Breakfast Room to
UTILITY ROOM – 9'3 x 5'7
A range of panelled timber-effect units providing plenty of storage cupboard space. Space for upright fridge freezer, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, ceramic tiled floor. Floor standing oil fired central heating boiler. uPVC double-glazed window to the side.
Pine latched door leads from Breakfast Room to Inner Hall. Timber door second Utility Room/Storage Space.
SECOND UTILITY ROOM/STORAGE SPACE
Light and power connected, ceramic wash basin, space for freezer, tiled walls, uPVC double-glazed window to the rear.
Entrance from the inner hall leads to dining room.
DINING ROOM – 13 x 13'1
A dual aspect room with uPVC double-glazed window to the side enjoying a westerly aspect and the evening sun and uPVC double-glazed window to the front enjoying a sunny southerly aspect. Two radiators, coved ceiling, picture rail, fitted panel-fronted cupboards.
Panel door leads from the entrance reception hall to downstairs cloakroom.
A fitted white suite comprising low level WC, ceramic wash basin with cupboard under, radiator, uPVC double-glazed window to the side.
Staircase rises from Entrance Reception hall to First floor landing.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
A generous split-level landing with uPVC double-glazed window to the side enjoying a westerly aspect with the evening sun and some fantastic sunsets. Coved ceiling, inset feature ceiling lighting. Hatch to loft space (providing scope for loft conversion – subject to the necessary planning permission). Panel doors lead off the first floor landing to bedrooms.
MASTER BEDROOM – 18'8 max x 17'4
A huge double bedroom enjoying a light multi aspect with two uPVC double-glazed windows to the side benefiting from extensive countryside views across open fields to hills beyond and an easterly aspect enjoying the morning sun. uPVC double-glazed window to the side enjoying a westerly aspect, the evening sun and sun sets plus views over open fields. uPVC double-glazed window to the rear enjoying views across further garden too fields and countryside beyond. Moulded skirting boards and architraves, Inset feature ceiling lighting, two radiators. Hatch leads to loft space. Double panel doors lead to fitted wardrobe cupboards. Further door leads to storage space. Panel door leads to en-suite shower room.
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM
A fitted suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash basin, glazed shower cubicle with wall-mounted electric shower over, tiled surrounds, extractor fan, inset feature ceiling lighting, radiator, shaver point, storage alcove.
BEDROOM TWO – 12'11 x 11'
Another generous double bedroom enjoying a light dual aspect with uPVC double-glazed window to the rear enjoying views across open fields, uPVC double-glazed window to the front enjoying views over fields and a sunny southerly aspect. Two radiators, coved ceiling, a range of panel doors lead to extensive fitted wardrobe cupboard space.
BEDROOM THREE – 7' x 11'9
uPVC double-glazed window to the side enjoying extensive countryside views over open fields and an easterly aspect with the morning sun. Moulded skirting boards and architraves, radiator & fitted storage cupboards.
BEDROOM FOUR – 9'1x 6'9
uPVC double-glazed window to the side. Radiator.
A generous first floor family bathroom with a white fitted suite comprising large inset bath with tiled surrounds, low level WC, inset wash basin with cupboards under & tiled surrounds. Fitted glazed shower cubicle with wall mounted electric shower over, extractor fan and tiled surrounds. uPVC double-glazed window to the side with extensive views across open countryside and an easterly aspect enjoying the morning sun. Inset feature ceiling lighting, radiator. Door leads to airing cupboards with lagged hot water cylinder and slatted shelving.
Cast iron gate gives access to front pathway leading to front door and storm porch.
The gardens are a particular selling feature for this home and enjoy a glorious backdrop on to open countryside with dog walks from your door. The gardens surround the property on all three sides and are laid to well groomed lawn enjoying a selection of raised Ham stone bordered flower beds and a selection of mature rose bushes, shrubs and herbaceous plants. Outside tap, outside light & gravel patio seating area. Large second brick paved patio area with undercover porch and infrared security lighting. Water butt. Oil tank. A variety of mature trees.
The garden is fully enclosed by timber panel and picket fencing.
Automated five-bar timber gate gives vehicular access to a large enclosed driveway area laid to a mixture of shingle and tarmacadam. This area provides extensive off road driveway parking for ten vehicles or more. Detached timber outbuilding incorporating undercover car port for three vehicles. Single carport measures 15'10 x 9'7. Further double carport measures 15'4 x 16'6. Electric light and power connected. Timber door gives access to two further storage sheds. Dog kennels.
There is a vegetable garden enjoying a raised selection of vegetable plots. Timber enclosed compost heap and detached greenhouse.
Estate agents note: This property has huge potential for further extension and loft conversion subject to the necessary consent and occupies a choice peaceful rural position to carry out these works. There is also scope for further driveway parking or outbuildings (both subject to necessary planning permission).
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