A detached house occupying a private position within the village centre.
A detached house built in the 1980s occupying a central position within the village and being offered for sale with no onward chain.
The accommodation has been arranged over three levels comprising five bedrooms and sociable ground floor living spaces offering a wonderful open design sitting room and kitchen, separate dining room and conservatory. The property sits centrally within its slightly elevated plot which extends to around 0.20 of an acre incorporating a double garage.
The Beeches is entered from the front into a welcoming entrance hall with a cloakroom and a U-shaped staircase leading to the first floor. The dining room is positioned to the side of the house and is an attractive triple-aspect room with double doors opening to the garden. An exposed brick fireplace offers a focal point to the room. Double doors from the entrance hall open to a light-filled living room with mainly glazed elevations overlooking the front garden. A limestone under-heated floor extends into the kitchen which has been fitted with a range of cottage-style eye and base level units, work surfaces and central breakfast bar. The kitchen provides integrated appliances with further storage facilities and appliances found in the utility room. Concluding the ground floor accommodation is the conservatory which enjoys a southerly aspect and opens to a terraced seating area.
To the first floor there are three bedrooms including a wonderful principal bedroom orientated to make the most of the surrounding views. The room offers built-in storage facilities and a designated dressing area. There is a family bathroom with the guest bedroom offering an en suite shower room. To the upper level there are the two remaining bedrooms.
The property is approached over a part-shared driveway leading to a parking area for several vehicles. A timber-framed double-bay garage has a boarded out storage area above with electric light which could make a home office, subject to the necessary building regulations. The garden has been landscaped to provide a side terrace and central path to the front of the property. The property enjoys front and side gardens which are mainly laid to lawn and planted with flowers and shrubs, and the side gardens also overlook allotments. All in around 0.20 of an acre.
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The house occupies such a private position you would never know it's there. Very rare considering how close the property is to the centre of the village.Karl Manning