£475,000 Offers over
Situated in leafy garden grounds extending to circa one acre or thereby sits Midton Lodge, originally the outbuildings of Midton House and converted in 1998 to this truly fantastic home extending to circa 292 sq m of internal accommodation.
The property was architecturally designed to enhance the all of the original buildings with the retention of original buttresses and archway to the courtyard. A gravelled driveway with lawn verges leads to the property itself. There are two entrances, one within the courtyard and one off the driveway.
Upon entering you get a real sense of the scale of this place when you look left and right, fully 27m long from end to end with the thickness of the walls fully visible.
To the extreme left as you enter is the living area with open plan kitchen and ample space for a breakfast table, wood burning stove and French doors leading directly to the lower patio area This side of the property is the real hub of this family home. The utility room and WC are set between here and the dining room. You will see as you walk the length of the property that all of the rooms are essentially open to each other allowing the free flowing of space and people without restriction.
The main hallway has a gallery style stairwell leading to the upper patio &first floor. Beyond this is the formal lounge that has window formations on both elevations, a feature throughout this home that allows natural light to cascade around it.
On the half landing of the stairwell French doors lead to the upper patio are and the garden grounds. Continuing up this stairwell leads to the first floor where there are six bedrooms. The principal bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and walk-in dresser. Four of the five other bedrooms benefit from built-in fitted wardrobes and the second largest of these bedrooms is currently used as a home office. There is also a shower room with WC and wash hand basin, a second shower room this time on its own with the WC and wash hand basin in adjacent rooms.
The specification includes mains gas central heating system, double glazed windows and a security alarm system.
This is a charming period property in a private rural setting with mature gardens and well maintained lawns surrounding. There are three upper dams, which are able to provide recreational fishing should you wish to do so.
A shared entrance leads to the gravel driveway that sweeps to the front of the house and the courtyard. Within the courtyard there is a double garage and a fabulous games room now with planning consent for a two bedroom house.
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