Substantial and well presented modern family home with a lovely south facing garden and far-reaching views.
Situated at the end of a no-though road in the pretty village of Bolney, Pine End House is an attractive modern home built in 1989. The current owners substantially extended the house in 2006 using local builders and craftsmen, resulting in a very spacious and well presented home extending to nearly 3,500 square feet. The layout has been well thought out with the main reception rooms and majority of the bedrooms sited on the southern side of the house enjoying an outlook over the garden and view beyond, and care has been taken to use high quality materials and finishes: there is a range of bespoke joinery including the kitchen cabinetry, principal bedroom furniture and internal doors, two stylish Ripples bathroom suites, and oak flooring throughout much of the ground floor.
The floor plans give a comprehensive overview of the full extent and layout of the house. There are three reception rooms: a sitting room featuring a brick fireplace set with a Stovax woodburner, a spacious dining room with expanse of folding doors opening fully to the conservatory, and a versatile family room. The kitchen and breakfast room overlooks the garden and is fitted with a range of handmade beech units and display cupboards, with black granite worktops and appliances including a Britannia range oven; it is served by an adjoining utility room. The entrance hall opens to a study area; a cloakroom with Fired Earth tiling completes the ground floor accommodation.
There are five bedrooms on the first floor lying off a spacious, part-galleried landing with seating area. These include an impressive principal suite with dressing area and shower room with wet room style shower, and a guest bedroom also with en suite shower room. The three remaining bedrooms are served by a large family bathroom with bath and separate shower cubicle.
Pine End House is located at the far northern end of The Street. Adjoining the eastern side of the house is a large car port with space for a number of vehicles; the car port is open to a well-stocked and productive kitchen garden with a number of raised beds, fruit cages, a large timber workshop and a smaller garden shed. A gate opens to the south-face lawn and a large stone terrace adjoining the rear of the house; the remainder of the garden is mainly laid to an expanse of lawn, enclosed by mature hedging and with a handsome beech tree in the south western corner.
In all about 0.51 of an acre.
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