Although the address for this hidden gem is West Wells Road and you can access it from there, you will more likely turn down Blue Butts Lane and approach the front of the house and its ample parking area. You are greeted with a picture postcard view of both elements to this property. Even from the outside the period features are in evidence starting with the old gas lamp. The small fish pond is a lovely addition. You have a choice of 2 set of steps, either through or around the gently sloping, mature garden to reach either the house or the annex.
As you enter the house, you are met with the spacious farmhouse style kitchen diner that is the real heartbeat of the home. Off to the right is a large dual aspect lounge with a lovely window seat overlooking the garden and beyond. Both of these rooms still retain the period oak ceiling beams. A handy entrance hall separates the downstairs from the rear door and also gives access to the, as yet, seldom used vaulted cellar which would make a superb games room or man cave. Upstairs, the master bedroom complete with modern en suite shower room benefits from an extensive range of fitted furniture whilst still being very spacious. Two further double bedrooms and a modern house bathroom complete the picture in this building.
Built in the same style, the Coach House annex is actually bigger in size than the the House itself. The whole of the upper floor is taken up by the very spacious, self contained 2 bedroom apartment It consists of two generously sized bedrooms, house bathroom, kitchen and a large picturesque lounge with Juliet balcony benefiting from tons of natural light. Below this is a huge room that is currently a games room and two single garages, side by side. An entrance hall between the two floors gives access to both.
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