Set back from a country lane the property sits on a plot of 2 acres , roughly one acre is level domestic curtilage and gardens whilst the other is gently sloping historic woodland that includes a number of specimen mature oak trees. The property benefits from seclusion but not isolation.
Built in the 1950s the property has been in its current ownership for the last 34 years and has been a rewarding and giving family home. The property itself is versatile and is configured to be either a 4 bedroom, 2 reception roomed family home with a self-contained 1 double bedroom 2 story annex or as a 5 bedroom family home with three reception rooms.
Offering a good amount of space, natural light and peace and quiet accommodation works and flows well from room to room. Ground floor accommodation is comprised of a dual aspect living room that leads to a dining room. There is a front aspect kitchen, with enough space for a breakfast table. There is an additional reception room , a bathroom, an additional kitchen and utility room for when the property is used with annex.
On the first floor there are five bedrooms, four of which accommodate a double bed. The master benefits from en suite facilities.
Adjacent to the property is a substantial double garage, which theoretically could be incorporated to become part of the main property.
Outside and to the rear is a garden that is laid to lawn, patio, herbaceous borders and vegetable patches. Beyond the garden a path leads to a private area of historic woodland of roughly an acre that benefits from a carpet of bluebells in the spring.
To the front of the property there is a gravel drive which is secured by a five bar gate and a generous garden laid to lawn and herbaceous borders. The property benefits further from having a large detached garage that has both power and light.
This property is truly unique and represents a rarely available opportunity to purchase a family home that is full of latent potential.