A recently extended and much improved period farmhouse with separate double garage, set in about half an acre.
Set back from the village road behind a wide, tree lined green and mature front garden, Old Appleton Farm is, as the name suggests, a former farmhouse dating from the early 1900's but much has changed since then. The present owners have significantly extended the house. Reconfiguring the accommodation in the process resulting in a versatile family home with a modern fresh feel.
Extending to just over 2300 sq/ft, the house has a room for all occasions. All of the reception rooms being of near perfect proportions and bathed in copious amounts of natural light. A recently extended utility/boot room, leads into the cleverly reconfigured kitchen/breakfast room, with an extensive range of shaker style units, complimented by an modern Aga. Leading directly from here is a formal dining area and adjacent snug with a wood burning stove at its heart and French doors to the rear. Completing the ground floor is a generous sitting room, which opens into the newly extended garden room, which opens onto the rear gardens via French doors.
The first floor is sub-divided into two sections. The larger served by the main staircase with three double bedrooms and two stylish bathrooms, one en suite. The other, by a second staircase with a fourth bedroom and bathroom, offering a greater level of privacy and space. Perfect as a main or guest bedroom. All the bedrooms enjoy superb views of the surrounding garden and open countryside beyond.
The gardens are a true highlight, well tended, particularly private and full of mature trees and shrubs. The front garden is arranged over two levels, laid predominantly to lawn with a high hedged boundary which extends around the rear garden where a slightly sunken graveled sitting out area has been formed adjacent to the house. To one side is a double garage with new roller shutter doors.
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A period farmhouse outside, a modern family friendly home inside.Edward Stoyle