Dorman House is a large detached house built of reconstituted stone elevations under a tiled roof in circa 1970. The property is well presented throughout and has double glazed windows, gas-fired central heating and a conservatory to the rear over looking the gardens.
On the ground floor an entrance porch with front door leads into a reception hall with staircase and cloakroom with wc & basin. The sitting room is triple aspect with patio doors out to the rear garden, along with a central open fireplace. To the rear is the fitted kitchen including integral fridge and oven/hob, which opens into the conservatory providing a lovely informal dining space, a further door leads out to the utility room with plumbing for appliances.
On the first floor there are three bedrooms including the master with spacious en-suite bathroom & wardrobes, second bedroom benefiting from access to the family shower room and a further double bedroom.
The loft conversion carried out by the current owners in 2007 has created two further good size bedrooms with dormer windows and a further shower room on the third floor, along with eaves storage.
There is an attractive hamstone wall on the front boundary with wooden gates leading to a large parking/turning area, which in turns provides access to the double garage. The front garden is laid to lawn, with a range of shrubs and trees and a pathway leading to the side of the house. The attached double garage has 'up and over' doors & power/light connections. The rear garden is a lovely size and enjoys a good degree of privacy, whilst being very secure. The garden is mainly laid to a lawn with a pleasant patio area and well stocked with raised hamstone borders housing a range of shrubs and flowers.