- Substantial four bedroom detached property
- Generous lounge
- Considerable main bedroom suite with four piece en suite bathroom
- Gated entrance
- Popular Noak Bridge
- Open plan kitchen/dining/family space
- Hot tub
- Space to extend to the side STPP
A substantial gated four bedroom detached family home nestled in a corner plot within the conservation area of Noak Bridge. Spacious accommodation with open plan kitchen into conservatory, study/ playroom, hot tub, and generous main bedroom with full four piece en-suite.Parking for up to 7 vehicles.
You will appreciate the character of this area as soon as you enter Gate Lodge Way. Its arched walls giving the feel of entering into a country estate and charming houses with their individual style. Continuing round into Tudor court, Hawthorn Lodge is located to the right hand corner behind the gated entrance.
The large gravel drive, suitable for multiple vehicles, leads to the integral garage and a covered porch provides shelter before entering into the hall of this substantial home. Immediately, you are presented with the kitchen, obviously the hub of this family home. Extending into the conservatory and including a breakfast bar here for casual dining, the Shaker style units, with contrasting work surfaces, incorporate a double integrated fridge, dishwasher, double electric oven and hob. The conservatory flows round providing both formal dining space and family area, perfect for entertaining with French doors guiding you out to the rear garden.
The extensive lounge is L-shaped to provide a multifunctional space to relax. A separate study/playroom set to the side offers a place away from the main living area with integral door through to the garage. (An ideal space should you be looking to convert a space for an annexe – subject to planning permissions). A ground floor cloakroom is available together with storage before climbing the stairs to the part galleried landing.
The first floor presents a considerable sized main bedroom with wardrobe storage to one complete wall and dual aspect windows. The en-suite here comprises of both corner bath and separate shower. Three further double bedrooms are available, one being furnished with fitted wardrobe storage. The main bathroom has been refitted with a large double shower, back to wall WC and vanity basin.
The rear garden accessed via both conservatory and the lounge is graced with a hot tub on the deck to one side, which will be remaining for your use. With low maintenance in mind, the garden has an artificial lawn with slate areas and raised beds for herbs and flowers. A large koi pond with an attractive deck surround sits to one side and creates a wonderful serene feel. The garden continues around with shed storage and access via gate to the front of the property and offers external electrical points.
Lounge 20'6' x 17'4 > to 10'11' (6.26m x 5.3m > to 3.34m)
Kitchen 10'10' x 9'8' (3.31m x 2.95m)
Conservatory 19'2' x 12'2' max (5.86m x 3.73m)
Study/playroom 15'4 x 10'5 (4.68m x 3.18m)
Integral garage 10'7 x 8'5' (5.06m x 2.57m)
With loft access, ladder, part boarded, lighting. Airing cupboard storage.
Main bedroom 17'7' x 15'11' max (5.38m x 4.87m)
Ensuite 12'1' x 6'8' (3.71m x 2.05m)
Bedroom two 17'3 x 9'2' (5.28m x 2.81m)
Bedroom three 10'11' x 10'10' (3.34m x 3.31m)
Bedroom four 10'10' x 9'10' (3.31m x 3m)
Family shower room 6'7 x 6' (2.03m x 1.85m)
EPC Rating D
Council Tax Band F
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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