Offered to the market with no onward chain, viewings of this renovated character property are highly recommended. Having been sympathetically extended and improved throughout, this period property also benefits from a generous mature garden.
- Situated in the heart of Mortimer
- Sympathetically extended
- Character features throughout
- 14ft. Master bedroom with en-suite
- Generous mature gardens
- No onward chain
Entering this large detached property, you step into the entrance hall, with real wood front door, original stained flooring and stairs to the first floor. As well as under stairs storage, you also gain access to the large lounge, kitchen and dining room, and the second reception room.
The kitchen, which is bespoke solid wood and finished with Farrow and Ball paint has a dark granite work surface, LED counter lights as well as built in oven, electric hob and microwave. There is plumbing for a dishwasher and built in recycling receptacle.
The dining area can comfortably accommodate an 8 seater dining table. Within this space there is the original chimney breast recessed to either side, one with a fitted bespoke larder unit which is perfect for additional storage. Being a front aspect room, you have the bay window offering the room further character and the original floorboards that continues from the kitchen, hallway and second reception room.
The second reception room which is currently being utilised as a large study is also front aspect and has the bay window adding character and light to the room. With the open fireplace being a real feature, this room could also work as a second lounge, formal dining room or playroom.
Overlooking the extensive gardens you have a 22'ft lounge. With a window and large doors opening to the conservatory this rear aspect room is warm and light. Within this room you have an open fireplace, solid oak flooring and wall lights. The lounge has been decorated in neutral colours to compliment the rest of the property.
The conservatory is constructed with a dwarf wall and solid wooden frame, completed with double glazing and finished with high quality Farrow and Ball paint in keeping with the kitchen painted cabinets. The conservatory also benefits from underfloor heating and lighting.
Throughout the property the current owners have replaced the glazing to Upvc in keeping with the style of the house. The quality of the finish and attention to details throughout the house is notable.
To the first floor you have four double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The hallway has a Velux window, which allows light to flood down the stairwell into the entrance hall. The attention to detail is clear with the solid wood balustrade throughout the hall.
All doors throughout the property have been replaced with restored solid wood four panel Victorian style doors.
The master bedroom, which is an impressive 14'2 x 13'6 overlooks the rear garden and has the addition of the shower room en-suite. The en-suite is tiled in a light neutral tile, with glass surround shower unit, low level wc, pedestal sink and chrome heater towel rail.
Facing out to the front of the property are bedrooms two and three. Both rooms are very good size double bedrooms, with sanded floorboards and original restored fireplace.
To the rear you have bedroom four which again can be utilised as a double bedroom measures 11'1 x 8'10.
The family bathroom in comprehensively fitted with a an enclosed panel bath complete with Victorian style mixer tap and shower. There is a low level wc and Victorian style pedestal sink as well as a glass surround shower unit and enclosed shelving.
To the front you have a gravel driveway with ample parking as well as a single garage. There are mature shrubs and plants offering you privacy, whilst still being low maintenance.
To the rear you have a large garden which doesn’t feel overlooked, despite being in the heart of the village.
With no onward chain, viewings of this period property are recommended.