Excellent family home with field views.
Bergh House is a former Rectory built in 1959 which now offers a superb array of flexible accommodation in the ever-popular village of Bergh Apton.
A spacious sitting room with double aspect allowing for plenty of natural light off the hallway is the perfect family room and complete with a fireplace and wood burner gives a real sense of character to the space.
A garden room has great wrap around views over the gardens and with the wood burning stove allows for use of the room all year round.
A now essential study makes the ideal place to work from home and has a delightful aspect to the front and views over the opposite paddocks. This could also be used as an additional bedroom or playroom if required.
The modern kitchen/dining room has a selection of wall and base level units with inset appliances and is large enough to contain a dining table perfect for entertaining. A conservatory off this leading to the utility room provides useful further storage.
The property features five bedrooms and allows for a flexible use with one of the bedrooms to the ground floor with an en suite which would be ideal for multi-generational living or for future proofing. The principal bedroom also features an en suite shower room and the remaining three bedrooms then served by a modern family bathroom.
Sitting within an attractive plot of about 0.45 acres the property is approached via an in and out driveway leading to a double garage with an electric roller door. This provides ample parking combined with the large driveway giving space for several vehicles.
The gardens are mainly laid to lawn and feature a patio terrace perfect for entertaining. A variety of mature shrubs with trees and hedging in situ provides a good deal of natural privacy. The property backs and fronts onto pleasant paddocks allowing the feeling of space and obtaining excellent views.
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Family homes in such pleasant positions are a rare find and Bergh House will tick many a box on a buyers wish list.Tom Clayton