The property is entered through a part glazed oak front door leading into the welcoming entrance hall.
The main double aspect reception room is a large, light and
airy room which naturally divides into two areas and is
currently used as the sitting room and dining room. A stone
surround fireplace with Jetmaster wood and coal burning fire creates a focal point to the room. Bi-folding doors from the dining room and a door from the sitting room both lead into the westerly facing garden room. This is the perfect room to enjoy views to this side of the garden and the countryside beyond. Double doors from the garden room lead onto a secluded patio area.
The fabulous kitchen has bespoke wooden hand painted wall and floor cupboards with granite worktops and tile
surrounds. There is a built in Miele fridge/freezer and Miele
dishwasher as well as the built in Falcon dual fuel range
cooker (LPG gas hob and electric ovens). The generous sized breakfast room has an extremely useful double height
cupboard. Doors lead out onto the westerly facing patio.
There is a lobby area and a temperature controlled walk-in
chiller room. In the utility room in addition to the plumbing
for the washing machine there is also the space for a tumble
dryer, it also has built in floor and wall cupboards. A door
leads out to the rear of the property where the coal and wood bunkers can be found and a paved path which continues along the perimeter of the property.
The master bedroom can be found to one end of the property and provides a real haven. The bedroom has two feature arch windows looking out to the front of the property and bespoke built in Hulsta wardrobes with sliding doors. The bathroom has been designed with luxury and attention to detail being of paramount importance with floor to ceiling wall tiles and a white suite comprising bath, wash basin, double shower, bidet and toilet. There are a further three double bedrooms, one with an en suite shower room and all with built in wardrobes.
The family bathroom has a white suite comprising bath,
shower, sink and toilet.
The study has a window looking out to the front of the
property and comprises fitted desks and wall units.
A large airing cupboard houses the hot water tank and has
built in shelving, and is adjacent to the guest cloakroom.
From the entrance hall there is access to the loft which is a
large space with mainly boarded floors and a window to one
gable end. Plans have been drawn up to have the loft
converted into a living space.
Driftwood sits in the middle of the plot and is surrounded by
its beautifully landscaped gardens comprising lawns, mature
borders, a pond, and a recently built walled vegetable garden with a stunning greenhouse and cold frames from the highly regarded British manufacturer, Hartley Botanic.
There is a double garage with a large workshop/games room