Stylish, energy efficient family home enjoying stunning southerly panoramic views
Beautifully situated with wonderful far-reaching panoramic views, Home Cottage is a contemporary, energy efficient family home which has been extensively re-modelled, extended and finished to a high specification by the current owners. Externally the property features rendered, timber and steel clad elevations with triple glazing, whilst internally incorporating over 2,800 sq ft of highly versatile living accommodation, with an air source heat pump central heating system and a rainwater harvesting unit minimising water consumption.
Features include; a reception hall with wide limestone staircase rising to the first floor, a most impressive drawing/dining room with open fireplace, fitted bookcases and floor to ceiling glazing to the southerly aspect, affording ample natural light and wonderful views, a bespoke fitted kitchen/breakfast room with Béton Ciré work surfaces and various freestanding appliances and a walk-thru pantry leading to a generous utility room.
Four attractive bedrooms over the ground floor (one currently used as a study) are served by two bath/shower rooms, stylishly equipped with modern sanitary ware. Bedroom two which benefits from the en suite, also enjoys independent access making it ideal for guests. On the first floor the master suite enjoys spectacular views and has a dressing room and luxuriously appointed bathroom.
The southerly-facing gardens provide a lovely backdrop with lawns interspersed with an array of specimen trees backing on to neighbouring farmland, and well stocked borders providing year round colour and interest. There are several terraces ideal for al fresco entertaining and a kitchen garden with a number of raised beds.
Outbuildings comprise a double garage, a shepherds hut and an excellent detached studio/outbuilding with separate vehicular access.
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What's not to like about this stunning, contemporary home with its eco-friendly credentials and outstanding southerly viewsDavid Sercombe