The Anchorage is a detached house built of brick and rendered elevations under a tiled roof. Originally constructed in the 1950's it has, in the last few years, been significantly extended to provide a beautiful and individual family home. The property is well located within a large plot of 0.8 acres with wonderful gardens and it abutts open countryside, having excellent long range views to the front and rear. The property has oil-fired central heating with radiators and double glazed windows.
On the ground floor a front door under storm porch leads into an entrance hall with cloakroom. The dining room is a spacious room with bay window to the front, former fireplace, exposed floor boards and stairs rising to the first floor. A doorway leads into the sitting room which is triple aspect with two sets of doors to the garden, a feature fireplace with wood burning stove and has oak flooring. To the rear a door leads into a study area which connects back to the dining room. Returning to the entrance hall, a door leads into the kitchen which has a tiled floor and range of units with wooden worktops. There are a range of appliances including fridge, freezer, Range and cookerhood. The kitchen opens into a superb garden room with semi vaulted ceiling and double doors to the rear garden. Returning to the kitchen, a door leads into a boiler room and another door through into a spacious utility room with door to outside and personal door into the garage.
On the first floor is a large landing serving four bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master bedroom has built-in wardrobes and a wonderful en-suite bathroom comprising freestanding bath, shower, wc and basin. The principle guest bedroom has an en-suite shower room and there are two further bedrooms, one with original basin. The family bathroom comprises bath, shower, wc and basin.
From the village lane twin five-bar gates lead onto an extensive gravel driveway giving parking for several vehicles and access into the large garage/workshop which has twin 'up and over' doors and a first floor. The balance of the front garden is down to lawn with mature shrubs, trees and herbaceous beds and borders. The rear garden, which abutts open pastoral countryside, features a large patio adjacent to the property giving way to lawns with well stocked herbaceous borders. There is a number of specimen trees as well as a productive vegetable plot.
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"A beautifully presented, extended detached house in a prime village location, within a plot of circa 0.8 acres."
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