Pump House is a former turn of the century water pumping station converted into a bright and airy residence with spacious and flexible accommodation arranged over two floors.
Reception hall, Drawing room, Kitchen/breakfast room, Utility room, Cloakroom, Master bedroom with en-suite shower room, Three further bedrooms, Family bathroom, Gardens, Lower ground pump house, EPC Rating E
Pump House is a former turn of the century water pumping station converted into a bright and airy residence with spacious and flexible accommodation arranged over two floors extending to over 2,100 square feet with a wealth of retained character features including wooden flooring, leaded glazing and exposed beams.
The house has an impressive light and open feel throughout, from the welcoming reception hall leading to a spacious triple aspect drawing room with a wood-burning stove and French doors to the gardens. The ground floor accommodation is completed by the dual aspect, bespoke Fired Earth kitchen/breakfast room with modern integrated appliances together with an Aga and Belfast sink.
There is also a neighbouring utility room.
To the first floor, a large landing leads to the spacious rear aspect master bedroom which enjoys bright views over the gardens and beyond and boasts an en-suite shower room. There are three further double bedrooms all served by the well appointed family bathroom with a freestanding bath and a separate walk-in shower.
The property is approached via a five bar gate leading to a private gravelled driveway, providing ample space for the parking and turning for several vehicles. The property’s landscaped and low-maintenance gardens surround the property and to the rear offer a private haven and charming outlook over the surrounding countryside. The large west facing terrace runs across the rear of the property creating an ideal space for outdoor entertaining.
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