This spacious and beautifully presented family home was built in 1999, later extended to provide a large open plan living space across the rear that connects the kitchen/diner with the former sitting room to create an ideal entertaining space for today s informal style of living and with two sets of French doors opening onto the garden. The former double garage has been converted into a large studio annexe with excellent storage including built-in mirror fronted wardrobes that reflex the natural light provided by the Velux windows and to the rear is a beautifully appointed en-suite shower room. there is still scope for further extension, as planning consent was granted In July 2016 for a loft conversation, which would provide a new master bedroom with an en-suite shower room and a walk-in wardrobe. The original house comprises a good size entrance hall with a pair of doors leading into the front aspect kitchen/diner. This forms the hub of the home and has been comprehensively fitted with a range of high gloss fronted units with contrasting oak flooring and granite worktops inset with a gas hob a matching stainless steel cooker hood over and twin matching circotherm ovens opposite with a microwave over. The dishwasher and washing machine are integrated and provision has been made for an American style refrigerator. A further range of units with a breakfast bar peninsular separates the dining area. The oak floor flows into the family room and sitting room. The latter is a generously proportioned room, retaining its attractive Minster style fireplace fitted with a limestone surround and gas/coal effect fire and makes a lovely cosy room to snuggle up in on those chill winter evenings.
To the first floor are bedrooms, the master having built-in wardrobes and an en-suite shower room. Currently the fourth bedroom is being used as a dressing room but could easily be reinstated if required. Completing the accommodation is the family bathroom that is fitted with a modern 3-piece white suite. Council Tax Band: G