Set well back from the road and screened by mature hedging and trees, this is a substantial family home offering generous accommodation over two floors. Built in the late 1950 s and extended in later years, the house has an attractive part brick/part tile hung and cream render beam exterior.
Inside, the ground floor accommodation leads off the central hallway, with a circular flow to the sitting room, garden room and study. The kitchen opens up nicely into the extension at ground floor level providing a superb family/dining area with a gas wood burner effect stove and a large glass bay window with French doors opening onto the rear patio. Both the stone floor hallway and the wood floor garden room have under floor heating. There is a six-burner range cooker in the kitchen and an American style fridge freezer and dishwasher.
Situated at the other end of the hallway, the sitting room is well proportioned with an internal glazed door opening into the garden room and an open fireplace as a central focal point. The garden room together with the lantern roof, has plenty of glass and light and offers fabulous views over the garden, making it the ideal entertaining room.
The staircase rises to a galleried first floor landing, leading to all the bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master bedroom has an impressive vaulted ceiling making it feel extremely roomy with a walk through dressing room, plus utility cupboard, leading to the en suite bathroom, complete with His and Her sinks, a separate corner shower and a separate bath. From the landing, a paddle staircase gives access to the attic space, currently used as storage, but which has potential, subject to the usual consents, to be converted.
This is a very attractive and comfortable family home providing practical living space in a sought after village setting, with a semi-rural outlook to the rear, yet within walking distance of a train station.