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£950,000 Guide priceSold
Set in approximately 0.75 of an acre in an idyllic quiet lane, this individual natural stone fronted Georgian style detached house was built by the current owners in 2009, and enjoys a very pleasant semi rural setting on the north western edge of the town.
The well appointed accommodation is arranged on three floors and consists briefly of carved stone entrance porch to an Oak glazed door into a reception entrance hall with a flagstone floor and staircase to the first floor. Across the back of the house the heart of the home is the kitchen/dining room with a smart range of Oak shaker style units and granite work surfaces and including a four oven Aga range, integrated fridge/freezer and dishwasher and a Belfast sink. The twin sets of French doors open onto the south west facing rear garden. Adjacent to this is the utility/plant room with a large Belfast sink and the ground source heat pump that supplies the central heating and domestic hot water. There is also a cloakroom with a white suite of low level WC and wash hand basin. Either side of the hall is a drawing room and study/family room. The drawing room has handsome Inglenook feature fireplace housing a log burner, windows to two aspects and an Oak stripped floor whilst the study/family room also has an Oak floor, a window to the front elevation and double French doors out to the side where a base is being constructed to accommodate a conservatory.
At first floor level the Oak floor theme continues on the landing and into the master bedroom where a log burner is housed in a feature fireplace, there are windows to three aspects, two built in double wardrobes and an en suite bathroom with a white suite. On this floor the guest/second bedroom also has an en suite shower room and two built in wardrobes together with windows to three aspects and an Oak floor. A staircase leads up from the landing to a second floor where there are two further double bedrooms again with windows to three aspects and between them they share a shower room with a white suite.
To the side of the house is a timber property known as Stable Cottage which is understood to have stood for about 100 years, this comprises entrance hall, lounge, kitchen/breakfast room, bathroom and two bedrooms at first floor level. This property has planning permission (14/03513/FUL) to become a holiday cottage, and adjoining this are timber built stables which again could potentially be converted into another holiday home subject to the usual planning considerations.
The property stands towards the rear of its plot which has a frontage of around 270ft with an extensive secluded lawn at the front where a five bar gate opens onto a long gravel drive with parking for numerous cars. There is a small ménage in the far corner, a vegetable garden is arranged as ten raised beds whilst the south side of the garden is currently used as a large chicken enclosure.