This is a characterful traditional detached house set on a very large plot and positioned in the heart of the village overlooking the local church and grounds.
The house provides sizeable and also flexible accommodation. In it’s present layout it has three first floor bedrooms, en-suite and family bathroom. There are four separate ground floor living rooms and one has been, and lends itself well for use as a further bedroom/office.
The plot is unusually large. The rear garden extends to some 120' and there is space at the side for multiple vehicles to park in addition to a stone garage.
The house is a family home and has a lovely feel. It has been well maintained with modern fittings, gas central heating and UPVC double glazed windows. It is not though “state of the art” and buyers may likely wish to upgrade in parts. That takes nothing away from a wonderful opportunity to acquire a prominent house and grounds.
ACCOMMODATION: (Approximate dimensions)
A central hall with rooms to either side and traditional staircase.
25'0" x 14'0" An impressive room with space for various combinations of furniture. The present owners have a formal dining area at one end and living area at the other. Large sliding patio doors overlook and lead out to rear garden and there is a door to the kitchen garden.
12'10" x 12'0" This is one of two matching rooms either side of the central hall. Front facing window with outlook to the church opposite and traditional fireplace.
12'10" x 12'0" A room matching the sitting room. View to the front and traditional fireplace. Door to “Office/Bed 4".
14'0" x 8'0" Window to side.
14'0" x 8'7" Very practical working kitchen. High sloping ceiling with Velux roof light and a large window overlooking the rear garden plus further window to side. The units are not high spec 2021 but are entirely serviceable and provide excellent storage space and all the usual kitchen facilities including built in double oven and hob. Door to lobby.
A very practical space with laundry area, plumbing for washing machine and a cloakroom/WC. Door to the rear garden.
Doors off to three bedrooms and bathroom.
12'0" x 12'0" A charming master bedroom with delightful outlook to the front. Unusual shaped ceiling.
Large room with suite comprising of shower cubicle, WC. and wash hand basin, large enough to double as a dressing room with space for wardrobe. Window to rear.
12'0" x 12'0" A room to match Bedroom 1 with similar front outlook.
12'1" x 7'3" A three quarter bedroom with two windows to rear.
A large room. Modern white suite with panelled bath, wash hand basin, WC. and bidet. Wall mounted central heating boiler and cupboard housing hot water tank. Windows to side and rear.
Gas fired central heating with radiators.
Approached via resin driveway that provides off road parking for multiple vehicles.
FRONT: Established hedging behind a stone wall and pathway leading to front door.
REAR: A real feature of the same and some 120' in length. Established border areas and multiple mature trees and shrubs as well as lawned areas. Brick and glass potting shed.
PARKING: Parking for multiple cars in front of the property with a stone outbuilding serving as a GARAGE.
COUNCIL TAX: BAND G - Charges for 2021/2022 are £2,791.01.
Walston Road is off Old Port Road and this property is directly opposite the church.
PRICE: £695,000 - FREEHOLD
These particulars have been prepared as a general guide. We have been informed by the Vendor/s or their Representative/s regarding the Tenure. We have not tested the services, appliances or fittings. Measurements are approximate and given as a guide only.