This lovely, 1930 s home was built when materials were plentiful and craftsmanship was the order of the day. Later extended and substantially improved whilst retaining its original character and homely feel. The ground floor accommodation is ideal for entertaining with interconnecting reception rooms and being set on an east/west axis the home has a lovely light feel with the sun being on the rear of the house from midday. The reception hall sets the scene with its original balustrade rising to a galleried landing. The front aspect living room is a generously proportioned, yet comfortable room retaining its fireplace fitted with a gas/coal effect fire and has bi-fold doors set on parliament hinges that open into a separate dining room. This in turn flows into the adjoining family sized kitchen/breakfast room, which gives the house that wow factor. It has been attractively fitted with a range of bespoke handmade Shaker style units with solid oak worktops. Provision has been made for a range cooker with a matching stainless steel chimney cooker hood over and the fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher and kick-space heater are all integrated. To one side there is ample space for a dining table and a stable door leads out to the garden.
To the first floor are four bedrooms, the three principal rooms are of a generous size. The fourth bedroom would make an ideal nursery or study. The family bathroom has been attractively appointed with a period style 3 piece white suite. Council Tax: Band E