VIDEO TOUR AVAILABLE - A stunning detached Oast House boasting versatile family accommodation set in an idyllic country setting.
Believed to be one of the first Oast house conversions of the early 1900's, this attractive double roundel Oast house set in beautiful grounds offers excellent family accommodation together with a wealth of period features.
Entering into a lovely reception hall featuring a fireplace with inset wood burning stove, 2 reception rooms to the right include the delightful roundel drawing and dining room, both featuring attractive bay windows with seating, exposed cross beams in the dining room. There is also a study overlooking the front garden with a fireplace whilst to the left of the hall is a further sitting room also with fireplace.
The dual aspect kitchen/breakfast room with range of wall and base units and appliances including an inset 4 oven gas Aga, integrated fridge and dishwasher. To one end, there is a bay window with glazed door onto the front terrace. The separate utility room benefits from a range of wall and base units, inset stainless steel sink and an excellent range of built in cupboards.
To the rear of the property is the principal living room benefitting from 2 set of half glazed French doors opening onto the rear garden and with the windows allows the space to be flooded with light. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a guest cloakroom.
The upper floor provides the principal bedroom suite enjoying garden views, a range of fitted wardrobes, and an en suite bathroom, 2 roundel bedrooms, 2 further bedrooms with a range of fitted wardrobe cupboards and a family bathroom with separate shower cubicle.
Externally the gardens are a delightful feature of the property with the garden to the front mainly laid to lawn, edged with mature flower borders and Silver Birch trees. A woodland walk through Cob Nut trees leads to a further lawn where there are a wealth of mature trees and shrubs. To the rear is a further garden with 2 brick edged stone paved terraces and an all-weather tennis court with floodlighting.
A gravel driveway provides off road parking for several cars and a paved terrace with rubble stone wall leads to the front of the property. There is also a double garage with store and games room overhead, a workshop, potting shed, and 2 further store rooms.
A gorgeous family home filled with period features and set in magnificent grounds. A definite must see.Mel Henry