£209,995 Offers over
Prepare to be impressed from the moment you arrive at âNew House', a 3/4 bedroom detached chalet villa completed circa 2006, every detail has been considered, well planned and thought through. Traditional gates open onto a large mono blocked driveway, which can comfortably accommodate a number of vehicles. Access to the front door is via a quarry tile ramp, making this home easily accessible to all. The large welcoming porch is flooded with natural light and has a pale tiled floor, inlaid with tasteful mosaic details. The internal entrance door is a work of art with beautiful bespoke leaded glass, depicting a seaside scene and lighthouse, so in-keeping with the local surroundings. Entering the hallway, you will be wowed by the feature oak staircase, easily spot the cloakroom and useful utility space identified by the bespoke leaded glass window lights. Turn left on entering the hallway and through the solid oak door, you will find the substantial kitchen/diner. The kitchen boasts tasteful cream shaker style units. Well planned out and expertly fitted; there are soft-close fittings, a wine rack and feature display cabinet, useful drawers have been incorporated where possible, including practical pan drawers. The solid oak worktop perfectly complements the Belfast sink and Rangemaster cooker. The breakfast bar ensures there is plenty of space to prepare a hearty Sunday lunch for all the family or a quick supper with friends, and, with an open plan dining area, the chef won't miss out on the party. From the dining area, French doors lead out onto a decked area and round to the enclosed garden - the perfect spot to sit out on a summers evening with a glass of wine and friends or keep an eye on little ones running around. The flow of this home is wonderful - the lounge can be accessed from both the kitchen and hallway. With space for a variety of furniture configurations, the focal point of this sizable room is the redbrick feature fireplace, the perfect place to snuggle up on a cold evening with a good book or sit on the window seat and watch the world go by. Returning to the hallway, you will discover a useful under stairs storage cupboard, two double bedrooms with space for free standing furniture and the family bathroom. The four-piece bathroom has a 'wet room' style floor and is partly-tiled, resulting in a very tasteful and accessible bathroom with no shower cubical to keep clean. The oak staircase leads to a gallery style space, used currently as a sitting room come study. With combed ceilings, three windows, including a large dormer window, this light and bright spot would make a superb home office, library, art studio or guest bedroom. The master suite completes the upstairs accommodation, a door from the sitting room leads to the entrance way that accommodates an en-suite shower room and fitted wardrobe, leading onto a master bedroom of luxury hotel proportions. âNew House' is of traditional construction and is kept cosy and warm with double glazing and LPG central heating. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature planting and a decorative rockery.
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