Spacious family home with spectacular views in idyllic village setting.
The Garth is an expansive detached home in an idyllic village setting which takes full advantage of beautiful countryside views and offers an excellent standard of family accommodation. The property is of traditional stone construction under a slate roof and extends to approximately 3440 sq feet. Originally built circa 1957, the Garth offers a versatile layout set within approximately half an acre of spacious enclosed private gardens.
The accommodation starts at ground level and begins with a welcoming entrance hallway, leading to a staircase to the upper level. The main drawing room, dining room and sitting room are all accessible from this level along with the spacious dining kitchen which benefits from a range of built in appliances including a dark blue AGA, low and high level cabinetry offering plenty of storage, and space for a dining table. A handy utility room is located off the kitchen and there is a cloakroom/WC off the hall. The sitting room leads through to a substantial conservatory which showcases the stunning rural views, and both rooms benefit from a double fronted inset wood-burning stove. Finally on the ground floor is a home office which is flooded with natural light from windows on three sides.
The stairway leads to the upper landing with five bedrooms off and an additional large study. The principal bedroom has dual aspect windows allowing in plenty of light and is situated next to a shower room. Completing the upstairs living accommodation is a family bathroom with bath, wash hand basin and WC.
There is a large integrated double garage which has a dual entrance either side and can also be accessed via an internal door to the house. The driveway has ample parking space to accommodate several cars. There are well tended gardens laid out in lawns with flower beds and mature shrubs.
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Early viewing is highly recommended for this very attractive semi-rural family home in ever-popular Killearn.Caroleanne Gallagher