- Double fronted Victorian mid terrace house
- Extended to create superb family home
- Three delightfully presented reception rooms
- Superb and spacious living dining kitchen
- Three double bedrooms, master with en suite
- Family bathroom with three-piece white suite
- Gas central heating and double glazing
- Large and well-stocked gardens to the rear
- Easy access to village amenities and schools
Located in the heart of the village and close to amenities and renowned local schools, this charming double fronted Victorian terrace property has been extended to create a superb family home. Briefly the delightfully presented accommodation comprises three reception rooms, a superb living dining kitchen overlooking the large and well-stocked garden, three double bedrooms with the master having en suite facilities and a family bathroom.
An open porch, lit by a lantern pendant light, shelters the painted and insulated timber door with glazed fanlight over. The hallway is central to the property, has wall lighting, dado rail and the wood-block flooring continues through to the sitting room. Pine panelled doors give way to each of the rooms throughout and an exposed timber staircase rises and turns to the first floor and, at the halfway point, passes a large picture window overlooking the rear garden. The high ceilings found throughout are indicative of the build era, as are the dado and picture rails.
The well-proportioned lounge has a window to the front and a central pendant light and wall lights give evening light. The cast iron open fire surround with black tiled hearth – this one also having a gas supply for alternative heating if required – creates the focal point of the room and there is also a radiator to supplement on chillier evenings.
The sitting room has a window to the rear, central pendant light and three wall lighting points. The brick ingle fireplace with high sandstone surround houses a Dunsley cast iron wood stove resting on a stone flagged hearth. To one side of the fireplace is a wall-mounted bookcase and to the other is the television point. A radiator brings additional warmth when needed.
A broad opening gives way into the open plan living dining kitchen which features bi-folding doors to the side and rear elevations and a lantern roof – all creating a superbly light and spacious family hub. The oak flooring benefits from under-floor heating and there is more than ample space for a lounge suite and dining table and chairs.
A built-in cupboard provides storage and the kitchen area is fitted with a wide range of traditional style, pale blue wall and base units and drawers having pewter button handles and including a plate rack. The granite work-tops are in a natural shade and inset with a twin bowl Belfast sink unit having an etched drainer to the side and mixer tap over. Also inset is the Neff five-burner gas hob and a Siemens double oven and matching combination oven/microwave and grill close by. Other integrated appliances include a Siemens automatic dishwasher and a fridge with space for a freezer below.
A wide opening gives way into the study with a window to the front, pendant light, a limestone tiled flooring and a brick ingle fireplace with stone hearth and beamed mantle over. To either side are full height, painted linen presses which are now fitted with plumbing for an automatic washing machine and a venting for a tumble dryer – how times have changed.
The spacious landing, with exposed floorboards, dado rail and two pendant lights, gives way to the three double bedrooms and family bathroom.
The master bedroom has a window to the front, pendant light and wall lighting points. A decorative cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth has been retained and the exposed timber floorboards offer ample space for wardrobes and drawer banks plus a king-sized bed. The en suite facility has an opaque rear window, exposed floorboards and a radiator. Wall tiling in natural shades is fitted to the splash areas of the three-piece white suite which comprises a panelled bath with a faucet arrangement and a rainfall shower over, a traditional style wash basin with up-stand and a w.c.
Bedroom two also has a window to the front, pendant light, exposed floorboards, radiator and a further decorative cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth. Bedroom three overlooks the rear garden, has a pendant light and a radiator. Both of these double rooms have ample space for clothes storage furniture.
The bathroom has two pendant lights, a radiator and is fitted with a white three-piece suite comprising a timber panelled bath with shower and curtain rail over, a pedestal wash hand basin and a close coupled w.c. There is white tiling to the splash areas and an opaque window borrows light from bedroom three.
A ginnel gives way to the south facing, secluded rear gardens which are beautifully stocked with an array of flowering shrubs and herbaceous borders surrounding the extensive lawn gardens. A flagged sun terrace offers a perfect al fresco and barbecue area and, for added convenience, there are outside hot and cold taps and a generously spacious garden shed.
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Room measurements given in these property details are approximate and are supplied as a guide only.
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