Vecklands View was built as an individual property in 2007, designed to look like the conversion of an old mill from the roadside. The accommodation is light and airy, and offers significant flexibility in the manner in which it can be occupied.
On the lower ground floor an entrance hall with direct access to the integral garage and workshop, and has a flight of stairs leading up to the main hall on the ground floor. There is a very well proportioned principal reception room with a wood-burning stove and a door opening out in to a lovely conservatory with views over the garden and adjoining sun-deck/outside entertaining area. At the other end of the house is a well fitted and equipped kitchen/dining room, as well as a good sized cloakroom/utility. An attractive staircase leads up to the first floor where the principal bedroom has an ensuite bathroom. There are two more bedrooms served by a second bathroom. A first floor study has an interconnecting door with the principal bedroom, and could if necessary be used an additional nursery bedroom. The study has a spiral staircase leading up to a spectacular attic floor, open plan from end to end, providing a space particularly well suited to hobbies, rumpus space or for anyone working from home. This room is lit by Heritage style skylights on the garden side.
To one side of the property is a gravelled parking area, together with an open fronted store/car-port and a substantially recessed garage door giving access into a large garage and workshop.
The garden lies to the rear of the property and offers a good degree of peace and seclusion. A large sun-deck adjoins the conservatory and overlooks the principal area of lawn, set with colourful flower borders. At the bottom of the garden is a gate opening into Vecklands. Vecklands belongs to The Woodland Trust and is a mixed broadleaf woodland, created on the back of a village initiative to celebrate the Millennium. It comprises now established woodland served by open rides and walkways; it takes about 30 minutes to conduct a circular walk provided within the woods. There are also connections to longer walks on footpaths in the locality. Direct access to this facility is a considerable asset.