Spacious family home in popular rural village.
Wiggins Farm is a family home with spacious and well thought out accommodation with much consideration into the practicalities of everyday family living. The large entrance hall with its stone floor is at the heart of the house with a bespoke Oak staircase rising to a galleried landing. The striking Oak and glass kitchen/breakfast room extension, added in 2013, is of particular note with bi-fold doors opening to the courtyard beyond. Painted wood units with a large central island have granite worktops. There is a useful, large rear hall which opens to the dining room with its cast iron and tiled fireplace. A utility room is also directly off the rear hall. The sitting room with a wood burning stove and delightful conservatory beyond are situated off the main hall. A good sized study, family room, boot room and cloakroom are also off the main hall. There is underfloor heating throughout the ground floor. The principal bedroom suite with its vaulted ceiling and large windows overlooks the garden. There is also a dressing room and en suite shower room. There are four further good sized bedrooms, a bathroom with freestanding bath and a further bathroom with bath and separate shower.
Wiggins Farm is set back off the road with a delightful front garden with mature herbaceous borders and ample parking. A vegetable garden with raised beds and a wooden greenhouse leads on to the garden beyond with a terrace wrapping around the rear of the house onto the courtyard leading to the kitchen. A small haha drops down to the paddock. Wiggins Farm has a right of access over a lane to a separate vehicular access to the field. There is also a stable, field shelter, shed and wooden double bay garage. In all about 2.2 acres.
Services: All mains services are connected. LPG gas central heating.
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The amount of space in this lovely village house surprises you from the moment you walk through the door. Its as good outside as it is inside with a paddock and rural views beyond the garden.Charles Elsmore-Wickens