Village house with pretty valley views to historic church
This unusual T-shaped village house is set in an attractive village on the side of a valley, it has far reaching views from many of its rooms as well as the garden. location
This property has three possible entrances, the one currently used by the owners opens from a modest courtyard which in turn has its entrance directly into the village lane.
The front door opens into an entrance hall (5.7m x 1.3m = 7.5 sq m) off which all the ground floor accommodation can be accessed.
To the left an interior hallway branches out giving access to the sitting room (7.5m x 4.5m = 34 sq m) which has two picture windows to make the most of the view across to the church and also a glazed door leading out to the terrace and walled garden. The sitting room is large enough to accommodate a three piece suite and a dining table and also has a wood burner for cosy winter evenings.
Next to the sitting room is the kitchen (3.4m x 2.9m = 10 sq m) with a tiled floor, fitted units and a good range of appliances included, it has everything you need. Adjoining the kitchen is a handy utility room (5 sq m) with a door leading out to the garden.
To the opposite side of the house the hallway opens up to create an office area (15 sq m) with staircase to the 1st floor. From here there is a dining / breakfast room (3.5m x 4m = 14 sq m) and a ground floor bedroom (2.7m x 4m = 11 sq m) all of which have lovely valley views across the countryside. There also is a WC.
The other part of the entrance hall (straight on from the front door) leads to a spacious bathroom (2.3m x 4m = 9 sq m) the door down to the basement and a door leading out to the rear garden.
On the first floor there are two bedrooms each with en-suite facilities. The master bedroom (5m x 5.2m = 26 sq m) is a generously proportioned room, retaining its character with pitched ceiling, exposed beams and an en-suite shower room.
The second bedroom is also a large double (4.8m x 3.6m = 17 sq m) and has a walk-in wardrobe and "hidden" shower room with WC.
The property has a basement running under much of the ground floor; it can be accessed from the rear garden as it is at garden level. The ground floor of the house can be accessed from this part of the garden by either and internal staircase from the basement or an external staircase from the garden. There is also a small, stone outbuilding in this part of the garden.
The walled garden can be accessed from the rear garden, the sitting room and the utility room; it also leads to a garage which opens on to the street.
The front courtyard also give access to an annex of the main house which could be renovated to create a guest accommodation, it is 30 sq m on two floors (60 sq m in total) and adjoins the main house.