If you’re a wildlife lover or just love waking up to open countryside views, then this is the house for you.
Hidden away off Hardy Mill Road you will find this delightful detached family home. Pass through the wrought iron gates and head up the long driveway, passed the lawn and parking area to find number 29 tucked away behind the wall.
At one with nature, the house was built as close to the fields as possible, so it appears to unfold into the meadows behind whilst providing a vast front garden making the most of the full day of sunlight.
Step inside the tiled entrance hall and tuck away your coats in the study before heading on through to the true heart of the home. The large dining kitchen comes with modern cream shaker style units arranged in a neat L-shape. A complementary worktop houses the halogen hob with a stainless-steel extractor above and the stainless-steel sink placed by the window overlooks the front garden. Integrated appliances carry on the seamless feel with built-in double oven, fridge, freezer, microwave and dishwasher all within. There is plenty space in here for a large dining table to create a welcoming social hub.
A nifty utility cupboard currently houses the washing machine neatly stacking away all the cleaning and laundry.
Head on through the double doors into the spacious living room. Stretching across the full elevation, with garden views on one side and countryside views on the other this room provides a fantastic light and airy living space whilst the stone fireplace provides a warming focal point.
To the opposite side of the ground floor, you will find a guest w.c with shower and a further sitting room with sliding door accessing the rear patio. So versatile is this space it could also be utilised as a playroom, or fourth guest bedroom with the ensuite being next door.
Follow the staircase to the first floor and head left to find the huge master bedroom decorated in duck egg and cream wall finishes. A glass Juliet Balcony looks out over the surrounding fields. Wake up to the tweeting birds or spot the deer bounding around the countryside. The spacious room comes with walk-in closet, dressing area and storage cupboard. Slip through the door into the master ensuite complete with roll top bath, w.c, sink and separate shower.
Next door, the second double bedroom is finished in soft beige hues with feature floral wallpaper highlighting the bed. To one side, are fitted wardrobes before a doorway which leads to another ensuite shower room.
The third bedroom decorated in soft pink has unrestricted views over the back with fitted wardrobes and an added modern ensuite shower room.
With every bedroom offering an ensuite here you will be spoiled for choice.
Outside, pop around the back patio to feed the friendly local pheasant when he comes down for his daily lunch. To the front of the property you will find a significant private front garden. A paved patio offers a great entertaining space to enjoy summer barbeques or lounging around the chimenea. Step out onto the large well manicured lawn, lined with plant beds and landscaped brick wall providing extra seclusion. Beyond the brick wall to the front is the driveway offering off road parking for several cars right down to the private gates at the end. With a lawn on one side and well groomed hedge rows on another, this private sanctuary really does need to be viewed to appreciate the spacious house, gardens and views.
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