Seven Steps is a charming period property believed to date from the 17th Century constructed of local stone under a pitched tile roof together with a 1950s two storey extension and is peacefully tucked away in the heart of this thriving village.
The property has well arranged and versatile accommodation with the heart of the house being a delightful sitting room with oak flooring and Villager woodburning stove in inglenook fireplace. From the sitting room a door leads to a tiled inner hall with door to the bathroom with a white suite comprising panelled bath with electric shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel rail and WC. From the hall a door leads to the kitchen, again with ceramic tile floor, range of wall and floor units with worktops above and incorporating stainless steel sink, Electrolux four ring electric hob, Electrolux high level double oven, integral dishwasher. The kitchen was newly fitted approximately 6 years ago and is open with a step up leading to a tiled breakfast room with half glazed door to outside and glazed double doors to the delightful garden room with superb views over the gardens. The kitchen opens to the side entrance hall with glazed entrance door and staircase in a single flight leading to the first floor.
The landing has a window, access to an insulated loft and latch doors leading to the three bedrooms, some of which command far reaching views. The bedrooms also have built in storage cupboards. The bedrooms are served by a spacious fully tiled shower room with shower in glass screen cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, heated towel rail and WC.
There is a separate lean-to glazed utility room with plumbing and space for washing machines and radiator.
The garden at Seven Steps provides a wonderful setting for the property with many interesting areas both for the keen plants person and amenity space taking advantage of its situation. In addition, there is a productive vegetable garden with greenhouse on brick plinth with the garden at the far end backing onto the paddock and orchards. There are a number of fruit trees and paved terrace areas and a path at the side adjacent to a further greenhouse on a green plinth leads to an attractive further paved seating area with deep well stocked borders adjacent to a brick carp pond and further wildlife pond. As the name implies, traditional paved steps lead to the traditional stone workshop with nursery greenhouse adjacent. An attractive iron gate leads to a further path with oil tank and timber gate leading to the concrete parking adjacent to the attached garage with double timber doors giving access to Green Lane.
Overall the gardens provide many interesting areas around this special property.