Delightful property set within a rural hamlet.
Malin House is a charming property built in 1996 from reclaimed stone, set in the quaint hamlet of Halse.
The property has been tastefully modernised but still retains a wealth of features throughout. These include an inglenook fireplace, exposed timbers and exposed stone walls and wooden flooring.
Entry to the property is through a beautifully crafted storm porch into a spacious entrance hall which has terracotta floor tiling. The kitchen/ breakfast room is open plan and the perfect space for social gathering. The centre piece of the kitchen is the electric four oven Aga and there is also a range of oak and granite worktops and crafted units by local bespoke kitchen makers, Heaven and Stubbs. There is also an inbuilt Miele fridge and dishwasher, double Belfast sink and a Neff Combi oven. Off the kitchen is the dining room, utility room and downstairs cloakroom. The dining room is laid with oak wood flooring and has double doors which lead out to the terrace. This is another ideal space for entertaining. The utility room has oak worktops and base units with Belfast sink and plumbing for additional dishwasher/washing machine and there is access to rear garden. The sitting room has a beautiful inglenook fireplace taking centre stage, fitted with a Clearview multi fuel burning stove and there are also double doors that open out on to the front garden.
A generous landing welcomes you on to the first floor from where you have access to the principal bedroom and two further double bedrooms, the family bathroom and a laundry room. The principal bedroom is generous and has an en suite shower room which is modern and spacious. The family bathroom has been updated and there is a separate laundry room with room for two machines and built in storage cupboards. Stairs lead from this floor up to a further two bedrooms both with en suites. There is a further room leading from bedroom four which has built in storage cupboards and eaves storage, This is currently being used as a playroom, but does have the potential to be a home office or dressing room.
The property has both front and rear gardens. The front garden enjoys the sun throughout the day and is laid mainly to lawn with rose beds and shrub boarders. The rear is ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining with the added benefit of the evening sun. Leading from the entrance, the gravel drive wraps around the side of the property to the rear creating ample parking for five to six cars. There is a double width garage with solid oak doors which provides generous space, and there is boarded storage in the roof. There is also space for another vehicle if required.
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This property has such a harmonious blend of period and modern features. A truly charming home!Francesca Moss