Guide Price £750,000 - Available


Price Range £750,000 - £800,000 This truly stunning home with an annexe which was built in 2016 would be perfect for anyone looking for a property to offer dual family living or versatile accommodation. The annexe accommodation includes a 36' x 20'7 lounge/kitchen/diner, two double bedrooms to the first floor and separate shower room. The living space is over 2,800 in square foot and once inside you will be amazed with the space on offer which includes a spacious front lounge, 27' fully fitted kitchen family room with a most impressive granite topped central island with gas hob and down draft extractor hood whilst the beautiful kitchen units are complimented with twin 'Neff' glide and slide ovens and this room invites you to the landscaped garden which offers a high tech 9 person hot tub with gazebo style canopy. The first floor is just as spectacular offering four double bedrooms in total with an en-suite, separate shower room and a family bathroom whilst the second floor stairway leads to a further bedroom of 18'8 x 12'11 with eaves storage, skylight windows and a landing/dressing area. As previously mentioned the property is approximately four years old and also features underfloor heating to the ground floor, this home has been extremely well cared for and improved greatly and it is only with an internal viewing that the true size and impressive nature of this residence can be truly appreciated.

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