A substantial mock Tudor family house with a southern aspect, set in private gardens and paddocks totalling about 12 acres.
Built in the 1980s over three storeys under a dual pitched pintile roof, the property is approached through a pair of automatic wrought iron gates. A drive leads to a courtyard with surrounding flower and shrub beds and an ornamental pond to the north of the house.
The house, built in a mock Tudor style has accommodation extending to about 7,761 sq ft, over two floors and includes underfloor heating. The reception hall provides access to four reception rooms, a utility and cloakroom
and a south facing kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen has a fitted limed Oak wall and base units and a breakfast bar with polished granite work
surfaces. Appliances include an electric induction hob, Miele dishwasher, double eye level ovens, plumbing for washing machine and an oil fired Rayburn. The kitchen is wired for sound.
A single storey east wing, linked by a passageway, has been added comprising an indoor swimming pool, garden room and separate plant room housing a wood chip boiler and water storage tank; supplemented by a traditional oil
A staircase in the hall leads to the first floor galleried landing and a master bedroom suite, with a dressing room and bathroom. Four further bedrooms with two family bathrooms are located on the first floor.
On the second floor are three attic storage rooms; one clad with pine pannelled ceiling and walls.