The carport roof cleverly adds shelter to the front door and the impressive entrance hall that leads you into the heart of the house.
The ground floor is dominated by two huge rooms, the welcoming kitchen/dining room and the relaxing living room, both of which take full advantage of large windows to drench themselves in natural light.
The open plan kitchen stretches from the front window to the back of the house, where glass doors look out on to the rear garden. Imagine a gentle summer breeze sweeping through as you enjoy your evening meal, the light dappled through the trees at the bottom of your garden that border the edge of this historic site.
The living room shares the same view and you have the option of sliding open the glass doors to let in the sounds and scent of your garden as you stretch out and forget the troubles of the day. Just in case work does follow you home, clever use of the space has incorporated a convenient ground floor study looking out at the driveway. It is big and comfortable enough to catch up – or improve your work life balance by becoming your home base.
The ground floor is completed by a handy utility room, downstairs WC and useful storage cupboards.
The first floor boasts an inviting 5.6 x 3.4m master bedroom, which has a hotel room-style lobby with space for a fitted wardrobe. It also has a generous 2.4 x 2.5m en suite with plenty of counter space. There are views across the rear garden and the historic tree line bordering the site.
One of the three other bedrooms which also overlooks the rear garden is a generous 5.6 x 3m and can easily be used to add more storage space or a second study. There’s another double room as well as a compact fourth overlooking the carport. There’s also a family bathroom plus a storage cupboard.
This is as home built for welcoming guests and filling it with fun and laughter. Its flexible space allows you to bring the outdoors and indoors closer together so you, your family and your guests can appreciate the history and beauty of this unique site.