Charming and beautifully presented period house in one of the area's most sought after villages.
A charming and beautifully presented period house in one of the area's most sought after villages. Church Mead has been extensively refurbished by the present owners in recent years and offers a versatile layout with the potential to create an annexe if desired, subject to any necessary permissions being obtained.
The front door opens into the reception hall with feature stained-glass windows and guest cloakroom. The cosy sitting room has an inglenook fireplace with open grate and the dining room has a bay window and glazed door to the courtyard. The large kitchen/ breakfast room has a door to the terrace and is fitted with an extensive range of units in walnut and maple, with central island and breakfast table and integrated appliances including gas hob, twin ovens with warming drawers, two fridges, freezer and dishwasher. The conservatory, used as a study has doors to the rear courtyard, with external access to the cellar, used as a gym.
The good size family/ music room has a staircase up to a guest bedroom with dressing area, wardrobes and a spacious en suite bathroom with freestanding bath and shower. An elegant staircase from the hall leads up to the first floor. The main bedroom suite features a walk in dressing room and newly fitted en suite shower room. There are three further characterful bedrooms each having an en suite bath or shower room.
A long shingle driveway provides a generous parking area at the front of the house. The Double Garage has a workshop and loft storage. The pretty, secluded gardens are a delightful feature and include a large terrace, perfect for outdoor entertaining. They are mainly laid to lawn with cottage borders including an attractive variety of roses, herbaceous plants, flowering trees and a fine cedar tree.
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I love the location of this charming house, hidden away yet in the heart of the villageJamie MortenProperty agent