A charming three bedroom detached home of individual design and superior quality within the highly desirable market town of Melbourne.
Built by local master craftsmen just 32 years ago, The Folly has been meticulously considered, enjoying an individual design and high quality materials throughout. Aspects such as the oak frame construction, handmade Georgian bricks, Hopton stone floors, herringbone brickwork and inglenook fireplaces make The Folly a truly unique home of the highest standards.
The Gothic style entrance porch with vaulted ceiling and Hopton Stone floor allows entry into the well-proportioned dining room, featuring oak flooring, inglenook fireplace with oak mantle and stone hearth and offers under stairs storage along with a cloaks cupboard.
A more recent addition, the glazed link through, provides a small seating area with sliding doors to both the east and west elevations and access to the superb sitting room which boasts a full height glazed front elevation, vaulted ceiling with exposed oak beams, under floor heating and Hopton stone flooring. The sitting room bears the potential to be used as a fourth bedroom due to the adjoining, fully tiled three piece shower room with electric shower, chrome towel rail, hand wash basin and W.C.
Bespoke, oak stair casing ascends to the first floor landing from the dining area offering access to the two first floor bedrooms. The east facing double bedroom benefits fitted wardrobes and exposed beams, whilst the delightful master bedroom holds a semi open plan traditional en suite bathroom with free standing roll top, brass foot bath, low level W.C and pedestal hand wash basin.
A three piece shower room sits upon the split level staircase as does the dual aspect kitchen diner, incorporating a range of French oak hand built base and wall units with matching display cabinets, Amtico flooring and integrated appliances to include a Scholtes oven & 4 burner gas hob, matching extractor fan and a Bosch fridge freezer. There is also space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher.
The uppermost level occupies a pleasant dual aspect living room presenting a herringbone Georgian brick inglenook fireplace with a handmade brass canopy and a sliding door to the south facing balcony which cloaks two elevations and yields impressive views across to Staunton Harold and beyond. Glazed French doors lead through to the third double bedroom which also includes a cast iron balcony overlooking the front aspect.
Externally, the front of the property provides off street parking for two vehicles and a split level garden being predominantly laid to lawn with mature, border bedding plants. In addition, there is a small lawned area accessible via the glazed link through with a fern perimeter and hedged boundary. Steps from this area lead around the side of the house and back to the front garden. The tool store is sat adjacent to the ground floor en suite shower room and is entered at the front elevation.
There is planning permission in place for a carport to be built to the front of the property, should an incoming purchaser wish to take advantage of this.
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A truly unique home of excellent build quality sat within a desirable market town.Luke Billson