A substantial 1930's family home within delightful park-like grounds, coming to the market for the first time in over forty years
Coming to the market for the first time in over 42 years, Oak Trees is an extremely well proportioned six bedroom family home dating from the 1930s. The house, which sits well back from the road surrounded by its beautifully established gardens and grounds, retains a wealth of features typical of the period. Outside to the east there is a most impressive Normandy barn of over 1,550 sq ft which is currently utilised for garaging and storage purposes.
Oak Trees features oak flooring to a number of rooms, diamond leaded light windows with wooden frames and two sets of French doors opening to a southerly-facing terrace.
Reception rooms comprise a dining room and interconnecting drawing and sitting rooms, all with fireplaces, the latter inset with a wood burning stove. The kitchen is equipped with modern cupboards, an Everhot range, walk-in pantry and utility room.
Over the first floor are six bedrooms, five of which enjoy a southerly aspect with lovely garden vistas. The bedrooms are served by a family bathroom and separate WC. Ladder access can be gained to a generous loft area spanning the length of the house.
The gardens and grounds are a delight with a superb display of deciduous and coniferous trees and shrubs. Towards the southern end lie a former grass tennis court/croquet lawn and a maze, created using mixed hedging.
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Substantial family home in wonderful gardens, coming to the market for the first time in over 40 yearsDavid Sercombe