A beautifully extended and refurbished detached house set in landscaped grounds with a delightful rural outlook, about 3/4 of a mile from Brasted village centre.
Having been the subject of an exceptional renovation feat, both internally and externally, this beautifully presented property offers light and well appointed accommodation arranged over two floors. The house has been re-roofed, re-plumbed, re-insulated and re-wired.
Dramatic double height, triple aspect reception room providing space for relaxing and dining, with bi-fold fold doors opening out onto the rear decked terrace. Under floor heating.
Painted oak kitchen with granite and wood-block worktops including twin butler-style sink, space and plumbing for an American style fridge freezer, Lacanche electric range cooker with induction hob, extractor hood and split face slate mosaic splashback, integrated dishwasher and wine cooler.
Open plan to the kitchen is the double aspect family/breakfast room, separated by a peninsular breakfast bar with overhead lighting. The breakfast room features a Morsø woodburning stove on slate hearth with bressumer beam over and French doors opening out to the rear paved terrace.
Engineered oak flooring throughout the entrance hall, two reception rooms and much of the first floor. Slate effect flooring in the entrance porch and kitchen.
Panelled doors with brushed chrome furniture.
Argon gas filled sealed unit windows for better energy efficiency, frost resistance and sound proofing. The Velux skylights in the main reception room have automatic-closure rain sensors.
Grey gloss wall and base units in the utility room with space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Wood effect flooring.
Ground floor shower room with Fired Earth suite including corner shower cubicle, WC and twin wash basins mounted on a dresser unit. Wood effect flooring, panelling to dado height, heated towel rail.
The first floor landing has a gallery overlooking the main reception room.
Double aspect master bedroom with built-in wardrobes and views over the gardens and field beyond.
Three further bedrooms, that would all take double beds and two of which have built-in wardrobes.
Family bathroom fitted with a white suite with contrasting black tiling including a panelled bath, separate shower cubicle, WC and washbasin in drawer unit. Heated towel rail and back-lit wall mirror.
Much like the house, the grounds to the property have been completely transformed. A new sweeping tarmac driveway has been created, that leads up through retaining Purbeck stone walls and shrub banks, with double gates. A power supply is in place to electrify the gates if desired/required.
There is a parking area to the side of the house and the driveway continues to wind up to a block paved parking area by the detached garage/outbuilding.
The oak clad, steel frame outbuilding currently comprises a lockable single garage/machinery store and a workshop/studio with windows to the front and rear, glazed double doors in, power, water, electricity and mains drainage connected. It would be ideal as a studio, games room or home office for example.
As part of planning consent for the existing garage/outbuilding, permission was also granted for a further detached garage to the side of this, footings and base for which are in place.
The garden itself lies to the east of the house but stretches from north to south and backs onto a field and woodland. It is well screened from neighbours.
There is a raised decked terrace along the back of the house with bi-fold doors opening out from the sitting room and a paved terrace with doors leading out from the breakfast room, providing great areas for outdoor entertaining and summer dining.
The garden, which is predominantly laid to lawn, includes a fence enclosed children’s play area, dog run, chicken coup and vegetable garden.
Lot Acres: 0.7