The Moor Farmhouse is entered through a pitched roof porch into a welcoming entrance hall with a cloakroom and stairs leading up to the first floor.
To one side of the entrance hall is the double aspect sitting room with a window seat at one end. The room boasts two fireplaces, one with a wood burning stove and one with a gas fire, both set in a stone surround hearth with a beam over and exposed featured stone wall.
To the other side of the entrance hall a door leads into the dining room brimming with character details including, exposed floor boards, beams and a stone surround fireplace with a gas fire inset. From the dining room a further internal door leads into the kitchen.
The double aspect kitchen was extended in 2004 by the current owners to create a bright and inviting space with a pitched roof at one end with two Velux roof windows. The kitchen has a stone tiled floor and an excellent range of painted wooden floor and wall cabinets finished with wooden worktops and an inset 1.5 ceramic Butler sink. There is space for a four door Aga and integral appliances comprise a fridge and dishwasher. An exposed stone wall and a recess with built in shelves make real features of the room.
From the kitchen a door leads to the utility room which has wall and floor cabinets, an inset stainless steel sink, a fitted water softener and space and plumbing for a washing machine, tumble dryer and fridge/freezer. Two separate doors from the utility room lead to the rear of the property. From the utility room a staircase leads up to the triple aspect study with eaves storage
From the entrance hall stairs rise to the first floor onto a generous landing space currently used as a reading area. Off the landing space there is an extremely useful walk in linen cupboard.
The bright and inviting master bedroom has exposed beams, a feature fireplace, en suite shower room and enjoys views out across the front of the property.
Two further bedrooms are located on this floor - a double bedroom with a feature fireplace and exposed beams and a third bedroom currently used as a dressing room.
The family bathroom with laminate floor, tongue and groove panelling, panelled bath with overhead shower, low level WC, pedestal sink, heated towel radiator and built in cupboard completes the accommodation on the first floor.
Stairs from the first floor lead to the second floor which has two bedrooms both with exposed beams and eaves storage. A cloakroom is located between the bedrooms.
The house is approached through a five bar gate onto a block paved semi-circle driveway which curves in front of the house and leads out through a second gate onto the main road. The front garden has a horse chestnut tree gracing the lawn and a stream running through with a wooden footbridge across.
The rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn with mature herbaceous borders and a raised terrace area edged with a lavender border which makes the perfect spot for al fresco dining. At the far end of the garden is a wooden framed garden room with double doors, power and light sitting on a Cotswold stone plinth. A wooden shed and separate wood store are also located in the rear garden.