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This large detached individually designed 20-year-old house occupies a tucked away location down a lane on the edge of Greyfield Wood. Boasting some 2,845 sq ft of interior accommodation, with extensive garaging, workshop and annexed ancillary accommodation. The exterior finish is attractive with a mix of stone and rendered elevations.
The combination of a modern build incorporating traditional features; open feature fireplace, exposed roof beams, oak floors and doors, ceramic floors and fireplace alcoves enhance the light and generously proportioned accommodation, which comprises front entrance porch leading into a hall, opening into the large dining hall, cloakroom and stairs to one side. Double doors lead into the sitting room which has French doors onto the rear garden and an additional window to the front, a floor to ceiling mellow brick fireplace with beam over and oak flooring. To the rear of the sitting room a door leads into the study with a log burner.
The large kitchen/breakfast room is located on the other side of the dining hall and is fitted with a range of cream painted floor and wall units with hardwood work surfaces over. Mellow brick fireplace alcove with space for range cooker and beam over, island unit with hardwood work surface, integrated appliances, door into utility room and door to outside.
The staircase rises from the hall to the first-floor landing where there are five double bedrooms, an en-suite bathroom to the principal bedroom and en-suite shower room to the second bedroom. The three further double bedrooms are serviced by a family bathroom.
The property is approached from the lane over a brick pavioured driveway between stone walls to the extensive parking area at the front of the house and beside the garages and workshops/office. Adjoining one side of the garages is an independent annex which is modern and comprises a large open plan living space and washroom to one side. This building could have multiple uses and has previously had a kitchen and shower room installed.
The garden lies predominantly to the rear of the house with plenty of doors leading from the house onto various paved terraces and sitting areas. The garden has a wooded mature aspect and comprises lawns and shrub borders.
High Littleton offers a good range of local services, including an excellent food shop, Post Office, Fish and Chip take away and restaurant, a Pub, a much sought-after primary school, two churches, a range of local societies, extensive walks in the Woodland Trust Woods, with its carpets of bluebells in the spring, and through to Clutton. The village lies within the catchment area of an excellent secondary school, served by school coaches.
Travelling through High Littleton heading towards Bath, take a left onto Greyfield Road opposite the Spar shop and travel most of the way down and the property can be found on the left hand side.
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