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This property's price has dropped from £1,350,000 to Guide Price £1,275,000.
A charming character village residence that has been sympathetically restored and refurbished creating a wonderful synergy between the old and the new.
The accommodation comprises a fabulous entrance into a large reception hall with cloakroom off, open Inglenook fireplace and window to the front; a dual aspect drawing room with large brick Inglenook with log burner, flagstone floor, exposed beams and French doors to rear garden with steps down to extensive terrace; triple aspect sitting room with upright exposed timbers, further exposed ceiling timbers, dual wood and coal burner. The dining room has a parquet floor and window to front. A particular feature of the property is the fabulous kitchen/breakfast/family room incorporating a re-fitted kitchen with high gloss cappuccino and burgundy units with appliances to include a steam oven, 2 warming drawers, 2 electric ovens, coffee machine, pull-out pantry cupboard, 2 fridges, further drinks fridge, freezer, electric induction hob with concealed worktop extractor, integrated dishwasher, washing machine and tumble drier, 2 sinks, quartz work tops, breakfast bar and under floor heating. In the conservatory area there is further under floor heating, electrically operated windows to the roof and doors to the garden. On the first floor are five bedrooms with most of them having plantation shutters and the principal bedroom having been recently refurbished with mirror-fronted wardrobes, cupboards with shelving, shoe cupboards etc. and an en-suite bathroom with underfloor heating and shower over bath; family bathroom.
Outside, there are lovely extensive gardens, the whole plot extending to just over 2 acres, with a seating terrace and further gravelled seating area adjacent to the rear of house. Well stocked gardens to front and rear with many mature trees including ash, willows, soft fruit cages and a particular feature being a beautiful, large, tranquil carp lake with duckhouse.
The property is situated close to the 11th century church in the conservation area of the original village along a quiet no-through lane. Further up the road is Twyning with a village shop, school and two pubs, one being riverside.
3 Bath/Shower Rooms (2 En-Suite)
Gardens with Lake
Garage & Parking
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