Black powder coated aluminium framed double glazed door and windows that open to the entrance lobby. The lobby has corridors and doorways running off to the lounge, kitchen and bedrooms. It's dual aspect light pours through front and rear windows and doors. There is double panel radiator, power points and telephone point.
7.59m x 4.76m
Originally the stables this room was split into two separate stables.
Wood framed double glazed windows and door to the front aspect and a window to the rear aspect. Wall hung brushed steel gas fireplace sits central to the external wall. The room takes in fabulous field side views and out into the front gardens. Light and neutral with stained wood flooring, two double radiator panels, power points and satellite feed. Pine double doors open up to the rear hall which gives access to the courtyard and bedrooms one and two. This opening was originally for the coach house entrance.
4.02m (longest) x 3.77m (widest)
Aluminium frame windows with leaded glaze and powder coating. The original wash house this is now a really quirky shaker style kitchen. A good mix of base and wall units with plenty of working counter top. Ceramic double sink with mixer tap, built in Stoves double oven and five ring Stoves gas hob with cooker filter hood. Recess for fridge/ freezer, wall hung Potterton Hestmax Combi boiler system. Ceramic tiled floor with double panel radiator and power points. Doorway to utility and pantry cupboard.
2.15m x 0.91m
Washing machine point with Sector extractor fan. Continued ceramic tiled floor with step down to the pantry.
1.93m x 1.05m
Ceramic tiled floor, door to the kitchen and a step up to the utility end. Chrome spot lighting to the ceiling.
Family Bathroom Suite
3.05m x 1.94m
Frosted glazed window to the side aspect.
A nice modern three piece suite with 'P'-shaped bath and over bath shower. Dual flush WC and wash hand basin. Part tiled with tiled floor and chrome heated towel rail.
5.51m x 4.10m
Wood frame single glaze to the side aspect - This sizeable master has a courtyard view and features an Ensuite shower room. Floral decorative display with hardwood flooring. Double radiator panel with power points and Sky feed.
2.27m x 1.50m
Internally located this 1.4m shower cubicle has a self draining base and Triton electric power shower. Dual flush WC with vanity basin and wall hung chrome towel rail with Sector extractor fan.
4.17m x 3.01m
Wood frame single glazed window to the courtyard. - This second double bedroom is currently used as a nursery. Light and neutral with hard wood flooring, double radiator panel and power points with TV aerial.
4.26m x 3.11m
Two wood frame single glazed windows to the court yard. A quirky shaped room with a copper and mocha feature print. Double radiator panel with power points and TV aerial. This unique shape room gives character, It was originally a stable too.
Bedroom Four/ Study
3.00m x 2.63m
Tinted double glazed windows with a clear double glazed wood frame door to the rear aspect. Currently used as a dressing room this would make a lovely study or guest bedroom. Double panel radiator with power points and hard wood flooring. Pastel blue with duck egg flora print feature wall.
2.95m x 2.95m
Wood frame double glazed window to the front aspect, this fifth bedroom sits up to the top of the house near the family bathroom suite. It features a walk in wardrobe sized at 1.81m x 0.92m
Neutral decorative display with rear aspect garden view. This room includes a double radiator panel and power points.
Internal courtyard - Just over 10m in length, this was the outer to the stable and coach house. Sandstone topped to keep in with the Paley and Austin style and the surrounding sandstone theme. Dwarf wall with slate clippings and planted borders. So private this would be ideal for a hot tub or to sunbathe in absolute privacy.
Garden Area - The main gardens can be enjoyed all the way through the day up to the early evening. Morning sun from 10am and chasing evening sun until 9pm on the top patio. Multi-tiered with mature trees bushes and shrubs bursting with colour. This has to be seen to be appreciated. Running on the fringe of the conservation area the field side views are stunning.