Brierley was built in the early 1970s, and occupies a secluded position within the centre of this sought after village. The property is constructed of attractive reconstituted stone elevations under a pitched and tiled roof, with versatile accommodation with some of the rooms having views over Knighton Hill.
A spacious entrance hall has doors leading to the principal rooms and a pleasant open plan feel. Of particular note is the well proportioned sitting room with open fireplace with French doors and views to the gardens and countryside beyond. The open plan Kitchen/Breakfast room has an excellent range of wall and floor units with worktops above and incorporating stainless steel sink, New World double oven and grill, island unit with worktop and incorporating New World four ring LPG gas hob, plumbing and space for dishwasher and fridge. The room naturally divides into the dining area further worktop with shelves and a door to the terrace and garden. Of particular note is the attractive views over the countryside and fields beyond.
There are two good sized double bedrooms, as well as a larger third double bedroom currently used as a dining room. There is an ensuite shower room and both bedrooms have wash hand basins and built in wardrobes. At the far end of the hall a door leads to the utility room with fitted cupboards, worktop, stainless steel sink and large shelved airing cupboard, housing the hot water cylinder. Also there is a Grant oil fired boiler (installed 2006). A door leads to the useful further room, which could be a fourth bedroom or study with an attractive porthole window, two timber doors to the outside as well as the door to the integral garage with electronic up and over doors.
Overall the accommodation is extremely well arranged and versatile providing the incoming purchaser the opportunity to acquire a very comfortable village property.
Brierley is approached from Boot Lane over a long tarmac drive, culminating in a parking and turning area adjacent to the garage and front door. To the side of the garage is a sheltered vegetable garden, with a small area of lawn sheltered by mature shrubs. To the south side of the property, there is a wide area of lawn that leads to the main garden which forms a delightful setting for the property. This is well established with many interesting areas and a central evergreen shrub feature. There is a further area of lawn, flanked at the far end by a deep and well stocked flower and shrub border. Adjacent to the house there is a paved area with covered loggia area (where there was a conservatory) adjacent to the sitting room, which provided some delightful views to the countryside and woodland beyond.