This magnificent period property originally believed to date back to 1730 occupies a highly sought after, prestigious position with boating and fishing rights to its river frontage, and has been completely refurbished in recent years to now present exceptional quality throughout.
Having a discreet, private frontage from the roadside, the property opens to a central entrance hall. The high quality finish and unique style of accommodation is immediately apparent as the comfortable, welcoming temperature from the heated, stone tiled floor which runs throughout the entire ground floor greets you. Natural light flows through the feature arched windows casting shaped shadows on the exposed stone walls of the formal dining area. Stepping down to the south wing of the house, the sitting room has a spacious yet cosy feel. An ideal area to relax and unwind in front of a large television screen. A staircase ascends to two well-proportioned double bedrooms which are equally served by a stylish shower room.
The north wing of the house opens from the formal dining area to a most impressive living space with snug area in front of the feature fireplace that houses a log burning stove, and bespoke, hand made kitchen which boasts Quooker hot tap, Lacanche semi professional cooker and Westin extraction fan. The circular central island is a particular feature which emphasises the sociable atmosphere of the room, and the expanse of bi-folding doors open to conduct the flow of entertainment into the garden. The kitchen extends into a scullery / utility area which adjoins a practical inner hall providing access to a guest w/c and internal access to the large tandem garage with remotely accessed roller door and extended head height to accommodate taller vehicles. A second staircase leads up to the principal suite which incorporates a luxury bathroom of traditional styling with vaulted ceiling, freestanding bathtub and separate walk in shower. There is a dedicated dressing room, which could alternatively be utilised as a fourth double bedroom, and the main bedroom has large sliding doors with integrated electric blinds that open out to the glass fronted, composite decked balcony which is large enough to accommodate a table and chairs. The garden is designed for ease of maintenance revealing a large stone flagged terrace arranged over two levels providing a choice of seating areas including that covered by a timber pergola. The specifically designed landscaping is detailed by planted borders along with a central circular bed, and steps leading down to the river front jetty.