Beautifully presented and architecturally striking period house in a peaceful rural location.
Byerly is a wonderful attached property, believed to have been originally built as the stables for the Searle Estate and subsequently converted into three houses with private gardens.
The beautifully presented accommodation is mainly arranged on the ground floor, and has striking period features including elegant arched windows and a central pillar support in the spacious open plan sitting/dining room, a wonderful space with a wood burning stove.
The kitchen has recently been refurbished to an exceptional standard by Kitchens Bespoke, with painted wooden cabinetry, quartz worktops and a central island with oak butchers block, complemented by high end appliances including a Rangemaster double oven with induction hob.
There are three good-sized ground floor bedrooms, served by a contemporary bathroom.
On the first floor is a luxurious master bedroom suite comprising bedroom with dressing area and en suite bathroom, and a spacious private balcony.
Please refer to the floorplan for the full layout of the 2,183 square feet of accommodation.
The property has right of way over the private track leading from Bell Lane, and there is a gravelled parking area ahead of Byerly with space for about four cars.
The pretty rear garden is fully enclosed, with side access; there is a decked terrace with space for table and chairs close to the house and path leading across the lawn to the hot tub. Beyond the lawn is a sunken terrace, bordered by established herbaceous beds.
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I think that this property offers a perfect rural retreat - a lovely house, full of character.Hannah Riches