Oaken Cross is a Grade II Listed detached house dating back from the mid 17th Century. The property was once used as a Post House in the 18th Century and now provides versatile accommodation set over three floors.
The property is entered via the very welcoming front door into internal porch area with door leading to the large sitting area. This space is naturally divided in to two areas; the living space with inglenook fireplace and continued entrance hall with the main staircase to first floor.
The kitchen is set at the rear of the property, with various wall and base units, sink drainer, rolltop work surfaces and electric oven and hob above. The kitchen area then flows into the very social family breakfast room with ample windows overlooking the rear garden. This room is used for the majority of the day and creates a lovely family space. The ground floor is completed with a seperate dining
room, utility space with WC and another reception room currently used as a study or snug space. This study/snug could also be used as a round floor guest bedroom with its close proximity to the WC.
Another external door with direct access on to Sackmore Lane leads to the second staircase of which serves the first floor master bedroom and shower room. The master bedroom having been recently decorated is a lovely size
and is served well with double aspcet windows. The shower room presents well and with the layout of two staircases, can be easily used as the en-suite to the master bedroom. The rest of the first floor is completed by bedrooms two and three as well as the main family bathroom. The main landing area has another staircase leading to the second floor, bedroom four. This room is a great versatile space and can be used a decent guest bedroom, hobby area or a larger home office or study.
Oaken Cross is approached via the private driveway with ample off road parking which leads directly to the garaging.
Both front and rear gardens are mainly laid to lawn with various shrubbery, planting and trees. The rear garden is fully enclosed with hedging and panelled fencing. From the kitchen/breakfast room are very social stone patio areas, great for al fresco dining and entertaining.The garage/workshop can be accessed from both front and rear as
well as internally via the ground floor study/snug. This space, with power and light, is currently used as a generic storage space with surprisingly large mezzanine areas on the first floor. This side of the property has a vast amount of potential for various conversions, subject to the appropriate planning permissions.