Uniquely charming house, with period features on a mature plot of about about 3.3 acres, providing an attractive rural outlook.
Green Park is a characterful detached property understood to have been built in 1910 sitting on a mature plot providing an attractive rural outlook.
The house currently provides comfortable accommodation and also presents a considerable opportunity for improvement and/or redevelopment (SSTP).
Thanks to the position within the plot, the principal reception and bedrooms are all located on the south side of the property allowing all to be naturally bright and enjoy a view of the surrounding garden.
The front door arrives into an internal porch with a cloakroom. The sitting room is a generous size with a central brick open fireplace. This room is triple aspect enjoying views of and access out to the surrounding gardens. There is also a dining room and useful third reception room currently used as a TV room/snug. Both feature attractive brick built open fireplaces.
The alternative front door arrives into a boot room which connects to a utility room. The family kitchen/breakfast room features an AGA, fitted cabinetry and built in ovens and has double doors opening to the terrace and garden. There is also a walk in larder.
Upstairs the bedrooms have good ceiling heights and comprise a principal bedroom, three further bedrooms and two bathrooms
Outside, the driveway meanders through a woodland setting arriving at a large parking area and a detached triple garage.
The grounds surround the house all sides, with a paved terrace on the south side.
The gardens are parkland in style, predominately level and laid to lawn with wonderfully established planting including rhododendrons and mature trees.
The grounds also include a paddock measuring about 1.3 acres providing scope for a new owner to create an equestrian set up, following any required planning advice.
In total the plot measure about 3.3 acres.
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This house has such privacy, an excellent opportunity with so much scope.Rory McKenzie