Victorian village house with balanced room proportions including high ceilings, stunning kitchen/dining room and a south facing garden in the heart of Headley.
The Bakehouse is a picturesque village house, understood to have been built in the late 1800s, and was formerly the village store and granary for Headley village.
The property is a fine example of late Victorian architecture featuring classic, balanced room proportions including high ceilings and decorative cornicing sash windows and fireplaces, and is wonderfully presented throughout.
The attractive central front door arrives into a spacious entrance hall which gives access through the centre of the ground floor. To the front are two reception rooms of equal proportions, both with classic bay windows that offer a comfortable family room/TV room and a study, which has a working fireplace. A bifold door in the study opens into the drawing room, which can also be accessed from the central hall.
The drawing room is a fabulous room, with an ornate open fireplace and is located on the south side of the property with a wide set of sliding glass doors giving access to the rear garden and allowing the room to be naturally bright.
There is also a conservatory on the rear, south side of the ground floor which gives access via double doors out to the garden.
From the central hall way and double doors in the TV/room is the dining room which is open plan to the fabulous family kitchen.
The kitchen has recently been furnished with a beautiful bespoke Neptune kitchen, designed with a traditional canopy over a range oven and an island with breakfast bar seating, integrated appliances and quartz work tops. Additionally the kitchen has a beautiful tile floor and white painted beams, adding to the character in a contemporary stylish way.
Neighbouring the kitchen is a utility room and a WC and a door giving access out to the side to the house. Accessible from the central hall is a cellar.
On the first floor there is a double aspect principal bedroom with an en suite bathroom. Additionally there are five further well-proportioned bedrooms served by a family bathroom.
Outside, to the front there is a an area for parking several cars and a detached garage.
To the rear is wonderfully tranquil garden, with a terrace overlooking an expanse of lawn planted with a pretty willow tree and deep border of rhododendrons and other pretty established shrubs and attractive trees allowing the garden to be very private.
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Stunning kitchen and charming accommodation.Rory McKenzie