With access to all ground floor rooms and the understairs storage cupboard. Small window facing the front aspect.
Comprising mounted wash hand basin, WC and window to the front aspect.
24' 9'' x 13' 2'' (7.54m x 4.01m)
A very spacious living accommodation with ample room for furniture and potentially an office space. Benefiting from triple aspect windows making this very airy, allowing plenty of light to enter the room. Stylish pellet boiler to the centre.
24' 9'' x 11' 0'' (7.54m x 3.35m)
A bespoke Kitchen with unique matching base units, with wall mounted open shelving. Triple aspect windows to the front, side and bifold doors giving access to the rear garden. Great space for Dining and entertaining with the added aesthetic of exposed brick.
9' 8'' x 6' 6'' (2.94m x 1.98m)
With wash hand basin and sink, this would make a great space to hang coats and take off muddy wellingtons. Housing the heating controls and water tank.
First Floor Landing
Access to all bedrooms and family bathroom.
12' 0'' x 11' 11'' (3.65m x 3.63m)
Large double bedroom with ensuite. Window facing the front aspect.
Suite comprising wash hand basin, WC, shower cubicle with shower wall panels and window to the front aspect.
12' 2'' x 11' 9'' (3.71m x 3.58m)
Double bedroom and window to the rear aspect.
13' 5'' x 10' 7'' (4.09m x 3.22m)
Double room with window to the front and side aspect.
10' 11'' x 8' 6'' (3.32m x 2.59m)
Window to the rear aspect.
White suite comprising wash hand basin, low level WC and bath. Window to rear aspect
Mainly paved to a high standard with a raised gravelled area with flower beds above, this makes a very low maintenance garden, and great for someone that loves their privacy. Side access to the front of the property and side access to the garage.
There is a single garage with up and over door with a tandem driveway and further space to front accommodating at least three vehicles.
The heating and domestic hot water are provided by two sources.
1. The Pellet Stove in the lounge provides both heating and hot water (particularly during the winter months when there is less solar PV) via a Thermal Store.
2. When the house requires little or no heating (approximately April – September inc.), hot water is provided by the PV panels on the garage roof, which the Solar Boost controller automatically puts into the Thermal Store when the house is not using all that the PV is producing.
When needed, heating is distributed by U/F downstairs and radiators upstairs.