- Unique character property
- New contemporary En-suite
- Ground floor cloakroom
- Parking for multiple vehicles
- Four double bedrooms
- Re-fitted kitchen with integrated appliances
- Separate utility room
- Double Garage and carport
Price Guide £575,000 - £625,000 A unique character four bedroom home situated within the sought after conservation area of Noak Bridge. Splendid kitchen family room, ensuite, separate utility room together with ample parking to both front and rear with a double garage.
This home has been loved and maintained by current owners for around 25 years. Chosen for its character, space and location, this is evident from all that you see. Situated in the heart of Noak Bridge a stone's throw from one of the local duck ponds with many footpaths meandering about the leafy streets. You are greeted by a few steps taking you through the front door into the L-shaped spacious entrance hall. The beamed ceilings presented here, continue throughout the ground floor initiating the character that this property exudes. The lounge located to the side of the property offers a brick built fireplace and cosy log burning stove. Dual aspect windows, which incidentally you find in many rooms of this home, throw plenty of light in here, together with a bay with windows and a door leading to lawned area of the garden.
The hallway draws you round to a separate ground floor cloakroom and utility room, both with quirky character and the half glazed back door lures you out here onto a paved, walled courtyard idea for entertaining with a covered area to the rear of the garage, perfect for log storage and barbeque area.
The hub of this home is most definitely the kitchen/family room. This space centres around yet another fireplace with log burning stove, boasting a refitted kitchen with integrated appliances to one side and family dining and lounge space to the other. Both areas offering dual aspect windows so you can watch the world go by.
The stairs lead up and around to the first floor where the character continues, a low level window provides a glimpse over the courtyard to the rear and is at the centre of the two wings of this house. The main bedroom to one side with built in wardrobe storage and new contemporary ensuite shower room and to the other three further double bedrooms and family bathroom.
As you approach Barley Cottage in Durban Lane a gravel drive leading to the carport to the front provides parking and double gates take you through to the courtyard to the rear. The road meanders round past the front entrance then continues to the rear of the property where there is an additional gated drive leading to the brick built double garage to the rear.
L shaped entrance hall 15' 10' x 10'9' (4.83m x 3.3m) at maximums
Welcoming hall with wood effect flooring and beamed ceiling. Stairs lead up and round to first floor.
Lounge 15'7' x 14'11' (4.77m x 4.59m) into bay
Brick built fireplace with log burning stove, beamed ceiling, dual aspect windows, bay with door to garden.
Kitchen area 12'2' x 9'2' (3.71m x 2.81m)
Dining/family area 15'7 x 13'5' (4.76m x 4.1m)
Refitted within the last two years this kitchen offers contrasting coloured shaker style units with wooden work surfaces. Integrated appliances include dishwasher, fridge and freezer together with a freestanding dual fuel Rangemaster cooker with extractor over. A central peninsular provides great additional work and unit space with integrated bin storage. A unit separates the two rooms housing further storage and wine cooler. Flowing around past the larder storage the practical tiled floor guides you to the family space with its brickbuilt fireplace and log burning stove. Ideal for both dining and relaxing. Both spaces have dual aspect windows and beamed ceilings.
Corner low level W.C and corner sink in white with window to rear.
Unit with stainless steel sink, space for washing machine and tumble dryer if stacked, yearly serviced floor standing gas boiler, small window to rear.
Carpeted stairs take you past the window mid staircase and onto the first floor where you are immediately presented with exposed beamwork and a low level window proving views of the courtyard. The airing cupboard is located here.
Bedroom one 17'4' x 15'9' (5.31m x 4.81m)
Spacious room, carpeted, with dual aspect windows plus a small velux to the sloped ceiling you find here. Two double in built wardrobes provides valuable storage space.
Ensuite 8'7' X 5' (2.64m X 1.57m)
Newly fitted contemporary ensuite with walking in shower and vanity unit with hand basin and back to wall W.C. Stunning contrasting tiles finish off the colour scheme with a heated chrome towel rail. Under floor heating gives ultimate comfort.
Bedroom two 15'8' x 11'4' (4.79m x 3.47m) max.
Carpeted room with dual aspect windows.
Bedroom three 11'6' x 10'8' (3.53m x 3.27m)
Carpeted with window to side aspect and inbuilt double wardrobe.
Bedroom four 10'9' x 10'8' (3.3m 3.27m) to wardrobes
Carpeted with dual aspect windows and double in built wardrobes.
Family Bathroom 11'4' 5'8' (3.47m x 1.74m)
White suite comprising of P shaped bath with shower over and shower screen, low level W.C. counter top basin with theatre style lights to wall. Fully tiled in white with mosaic feature, chrome heated towel rail and downlighters to the ceiling.
With side access to the garden, power and lighting and additional gated parking for two cars in front.
The property is gas centrally heated with radiators to all rooms.
EPC rating E
Council tax band F
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