4' 0'' x 4' 8'' (1.22m x 1.42m)
As entrance porches go, this is a really good one and a great introduction to the property. A modern extension, but done with sympathy to the original home. Incorporating exposed masonry work, central heating, power and natural light there is loads of room to hang hang your coat before closing the door to the street outside.
11' 11'' x 13' 8'' (max) (3.63m x 4.16m)
Moving through from the porch into the sitting room you get a real sense that the exterior of the property belies the space that lies within. The room has modern double glazed sash windows to the front which compliment the character of the property, a gas fire place, and the room is a great size to enjoy time together as a family. the engineered oak flooring runs through the double doors from the sitting room and on into the dining room.
11' 8'' x 13' 9'' (max) (3.55m x 4.19m)
This is our favourite room in the property. The current owners use this space as a 'snug' from where they can enjoy the warmth of the log burning stove and settle in to watch movies. Right in the very heart of the home this is a great place to enjoy meals and feed dinner guests should you prefer the traditional dining room set up. Stairs from here lead up to the first floor landing.
Kitchen and breakfast room
9' 7'' x 13' 7'' (max) (2.92m x 4.14m)
The bespoke kitchen and breakfast area is genuinely striking. A later addition to the original footprint of the house it has been built to continue the period style of the property. Large exposed wooden beams give a sense of solidity and age, while the modern wall and base units add an air of style and quality. The work surfaces of the central 'kitchen island' are inset with sink and drainer unit, and a large cooker hood is found over the five ring gas hob and electric double oven. There is space for a dishwasher as well as integrated low level fridge. There is mosaic style tiling to the splash backs and the floor is laid to grey slate effect flooring tiles.
The space is big enough to host a large breakfast or dining table which looks out of French doors to the rear patio and garden.
Utility and cloakroom
At the rear of the ground floor and off the kitchen is the utility space. Similarly to the kitchen proper the finish is again right out of the top drawer, with space out here for washing machine and tumble dryer, fridge or fridge-freezer. A storage/broom cupboard houses the central heating boiler.
The downstairs cloakroom is equipped with low level WC, Wash hand basin, and is finished with colour matching wall and floor tiling.
First Floor Landing
Stairs lead up from the dining room to provide access to two bedrooms and family bathroom. From here there are also stairs to second floor.
12' 1'' x 13' 8'' (max) (3.68m x 4.16m)
This large double room happily house a king sized bed along with substantial bedroom furniture and wardrobes. With a window to the front aspect.
11' 10'' x 8' 4'' (3.60m x 2.54m)
From here we have a highly desirable outlook over the rear garden, which floods the room with natural light. This makes a perfect room for kids as ample room is allowed for a big bed and desk for completing homework!
Natural stone tiling adorn the walls, floor and bath surrounds in this outstanding bathroom suite. As well as fitted storage the suite benefits from a big deep bath with mixer taps and shower attached, separate walk in shower cubicle, wash and basin and vanity unit, chrome heated towel rail, and low level WC. You really will be hard pressed to find a better appointed bathroom outside of a five star hotel.
Second Floor Landing
A sun pipe fills the upper floor with natural light, giving this level a bright and breezy feel. There is built in storage space and access the two further bedrooms.
8' 8'' x 12' 8'' (2.64m x 3.86m)
There could almost be no better room for any child than this one! Away from mum and dad this really is your own space. There are two velux windows to the front aspect whilst under eaves loft storage space runs the full width of the room. A great place to play hide and seek, or to store the Christmas decorations.
11' 9'' x 10' 9'' (max) 3.58m x 3.27m)
Ideal for use as a bedroom, home office, dressing room or study from here you have far reaching views from the back of the house, over nearby rooftops and out across to Longleat Forest. For those who are considering some building work or a bit of a project there is potential to create an en-suite bathroom up here turning the top floor into what would be a breathtaking master suite.
To the immediate front of the house there is a small walled courtyard space largely laid to natural stone gravel.
Around the back however is a great family garden that has been landscaped to create paved seating space and grassed lawn. Off of the back of the kitchen and breakfast room the patio is just the perfect place to enjoy a morning coffee or fire up the barbecue and sip a beer watching the little ones play on the lawn.
Side access to the garden is available along the alleyway from the front of the house. At the back of the garden is the garage/workshop.
Garage/Workshop and Parking
22' 9'' x 13' 1'' (6.93m x 3.98m)
At the back of the property is an unusually large garage allowing for ample space to park cars, store bikes, and have workshop space all in one. There is a single door into the garden as well as a window overlooking it.
Vehicle access can be gained from a private access road which leads to a parking space in front of the electric roller shutter door into the garage.