A modern four bedroom house with character in this sought after cliff village.
This charming property is set on a generous plot within the village of Harmston. The house occupies a prime position on this quiet estate, which has a lovely community feel and is within walking distance of the village pub. The property is spacious internally, offering 1461 sq ft of well-proportioned living accommodation making it ideally suited to professionals seeking space, downsizers looking for a low-maintenance home or growing families. The house is beautifully presented internally in a modern style with a traditional twist. The house has also been subject to an extension to create a home office to the rear. The décor is stylish and includes a number of character features, including exposed timber beams, wood lintels and a feature brick wall. The wooden staircase is also a particular highlight.
The property is entered via a welcoming entrance hall leading to 23ft sitting room with wood burning stove, which has French doors opening to an office at the rear. In addition there is a separate dining room open to the country-style kitchen, which is appointed with attractive cream-coloured units and complementary work surfaces. The kitchen is open plan leading to a utility room to the rear which has a door to the garden and a separate cloakroom with wc. Upstairs there is a good size principal bedroom with en suite shower room, three further good size bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The house occupies an attractive setting behind a picket fence and a pretty front garden which is laid to lawn and features a number of shrubs. A gravel driveway to the side of the house provides ample off-street parking and leads to a detached double garage. The south-facing rear garden is a good size and features a lawn bordered by mature trees and shrubs.
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These Peter Sowerby houses are always popular, especially in Harmston. I especially like the double aspect living room with the log burner and the new home office which is more like a garden roomRoo FisherProperty agent