A quality family home with epic westerly views.
A 1930's detached house ideally situated in the highly sought after semi-rural village of Abbots Leigh and standing within established and landscaped gardens and enjoying magnificent far reaching westerly views. Scarletts has evolved during the tenure of the present owners and has been beautifully maintained. Constructed from rendered elevations and incorporating double glazed windows throughout, modern enhancements include a conservatory and an extended double garage, a contemporary kitchen and a modern en suite bathroom as well as internet enable alarm system and Hive controlled central heating and hot water. The two storey accommodation is adaptable with a useful attic room which has its own en suite shower. The gardens are without a doubt one of the most salient attributes with manicured lawns, heavily planted and maintained borders displaying a wide variety of colour and there are notable sun terraces which capture the morning, afternoon and evening sun. Within the curtilage there is also a Breeze House and a well-stocked ornamental pond whilst elevated views take in the immediate surroundings and extend over the channel and to the Black Mountains.
The property is approached via a large vestibule which opens through to the reception hall which includes a maple floor and rising staircase to the first floor. There are three principal rooms located off and these include the dual aspect drawing room and dining room which also has the aforementioned conservatory directly off, in between there is a useful study. The kitchen/breakfast room has been beautifully appointed with granite work surfaces and a quality array of wall and base units, an island also has a breakfast bar and there are a wide array of integrated appliances by Miele. Beyond is a more relaxed sitting room with doors opening on to the landscaped garden and terraces. A utility off the kitchen is well appointed with the prerequisite plumbing and there is a pedestrian door to the front elevation in addition to a further door to the integrated garage. Located off the first floor galleried landing there are five bedrooms, the master bedroom has its own dedicated en suite bathroom and there is a further family bathroom with a comprehensive suite and separate WC. A spiral staircase off the landing provides access to the attic room which has been used as a bedroom and includes an en suite shower room.
A large amount of attention has been lavished on the outside of the property and there is an ornamental front lawn fringed with low dry stone wall and with heavily planted borders. Gates provide access and loose gravelled car parking with the integrated garage beyond which includes an electrically operated up and over door. There is a large workshop area and a further pedestrian door to the rear garden. The side garden is lawned with a terrace that spans the elevations and provides relaxed seating, occasional dining and there are central steps culminating in a circular terrace overlooking the ornamental pond. The Breeze House provides a lovely al fresco dining space with heaters, the views take in the beautiful gardens landscaped below and extending over the channel towards the Welsh hills. An extensive planting programme has been maintained with year round colour and many specimen plants, shrubs and trees in evidence.
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The views from this house are spectacular with a far reaching panorama, this is a terrific semi-rural location.Richard Brooks