A substantial family home in a luxury development.
Occupying one of the most popular positions within the exclusive Swallowhurst development, 21 Fern Mead is an immaculate family home built in 2016 which enjoys views from the garden towards 33 acres of protected woodland.
A large and welcoming entrance hall flows straight through into the heart of the home, to the left is the formal drawing room with central gas fireplace and double aspect windows, to the right a generous size study/ formal dining room and guest cloakroom. Additionally it's worth noting that there is underfloor heating throughout the ground floor and bathrooms. The impressive kitchen/dining/family room is a truly memorable feature of the house with a handmade bespoke kitchen with timber painted cabinets and granite work surfaces with full integrated appliances with bi-folding doors opening onto the terrace and rear gardens. The volume of natural light is particularly impressive and really does highlight this wonderful family home. Accessed off the kitchen is a well equipped utility room with convenient integral access to the double garage and gardens.
On the first floor the impressive principal bedroom boasts a walk in dressing room and large en suite bathroom. There are four further bedrooms on this floor, two with en suite shower rooms as well as a family bathroom all fitted with Villeroy and Bosch appliances. The bedrooms all benefit from pleasant views over either the front or over the rear gardens and towards the woodland.
The front gravelled driveway offers private parking for several cars, which leads onto an integrated double garage. There is access to the rear gardens from the driveway and a good size terrace runs along the rear elevation of the property.
The gardens provides numerous areas for relaxing and entertaining with well-maintained lawned areas surrounded by a variety of mature and established shrubs, trees and hedging.
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I love the proportions of this home and the views of the woodland at the rear.Lee Shipp