5 bedroom end of terrace house for saleWest Street, STOKE SUB HAMDON
Sold STC £325,000
Originally the local doctor's house, "Hawthornden" was much enlarged during the Edwardian era and now boasts the elegant proportions and character features that you might expect from a property of this period. It offers extremely versatile and spacious accommodation over three floors.
There are 4 / 5 bedrooms and 3 / 4 reception rooms. Whilst it's lovely as it is, it also offers further scope for rearrangement or enlargement should you so wish. Backing onto fields, with good-size partly walled gardens to the rear and a garage / store, it really is well worthy of a viewing.
Hamstone portico leads to period front door with decorative glass panels and opening to:
3.60m (11'9) x 1.13m (3'8)
With superb original decorative tiled flooring. Electric consumer unit /meters and door opening to:
Study / Optional Dining Room
4.49m (14'8) max into bay 3.69m (12'1) min x 2.83m (9'3)
With double glazed sash bay window to the front aspect. Radiator. Feature coving and ceiling rose with ceiling light point. Fireplace with timber surround and brick inset.
Dining Room / Optional Sitting Room
4.49m (14'8) max into bay 3.65m (11'11) min x 3.75m (12'3)
With double glazed sash bay window to the front aspect. Radiator. Feature central open fireplace with tiled inset. Original coving and decorative ceiling rose. Ceiling light point.
From the reception hall a glazed door opens through to the:
4.12m (13'6) x 1.82m (5'11) max and understairs 0.98 m (3'2) min
With stairs rising to the first floor. Continuation of the decorative tiled flooring. Radiator. Ceiling light
point and doors opening to:
3.62m (11'10) x 3.33m (10'11)
With UPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect. Range of free standing and fitted units comprising floor and wall mounted storage cupboards and drawers with granite work surfaces over
incorporating Belfast style ceramic sink, space and plumbing for dishwasher, built-in electric cooker, stainless steel cooker hood, space and point for further electric free standing cooker. Radiator. Quarry tiled flooring. Built-in period style floor to ceiling storage cupboards. Tongue and groove panelling to half wall height and tiling to splashprone areas.
From the inner hall a further door opens to the:
3.82m (12'6) max x 2m (6'6) min (L shaped)
With decorative window to the rear aspect. Small understairs storage recess. Radiator. Wall
mounted Alpha condensing combination boiler. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Single
bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit. Tiling to splashprone areas. Ceiling light point.
From the inner hall a further stripped pine door with decorative panel opens to:
5.02m (16'5) max x 4.30m (14'1) max 3.15m (10'4) min
With UPVC double glazed windows to the double aspect overlooking the garden. Two radiators.
Oak laminate flooring. TV point. Feature exposed stone walls. Two wall light points and doors to:
With exposed stone wall. High level WC. Wash hand basin. Wall light point.
Further door from the conservatory opens into the store and garage.
UPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation enjoying far reaching views over the countryside. Ceiling light point. Stairs rising to the second floor with doors opening to:
Sitting Room / Optional Master Bedroom
4.49m (14'8) max into bay 3.58m (11'8) min x 3.98m (13'0)
With UPVC double glazed sash bay window to front elevation and further double glazed sash window to the front. Feature fireplace with tiled inset. Original coving to ceiling and ceiling rose.
Radiator. Door to:
1.99m (6'6) x 1.67m (5'5)
With period style white suite comprising panelled bath with shower over, bidet, low level WC and wash hand basin. Extractor. Ceiling light point. Shaver point / wall light. Tiling to splash-prone
areas. Ladder style radiator/towel rail.
4.49m (14'8) max into bay 3.65m (11'11) min x 3.56m (11'8)
With double glazed sash bay window to the front elevation. Victorian feature fireplace. Radiator. Original coving to ceiling and ceiling rose. Ceiling light point.
2.20m (7'2) x 2.16m (7'1)
With UPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation. Period style suite of low level WC and vanity wash hand basin with storage surrounding. Separate shower cubicle housing Mira Sport electric shower. Laminate flooring. Tongue and groove panelling and tiling to splashprone areas.
Radiator. Ceiling light point.
3.67m (12'0) max into wardrobe x 2.37m (7'9) min
With UPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation. Radiator. Fitted wardrobe with storage cupboard over.
Ceiling light point and doors opening to:
4.72m (15'5) max x 3.73m (12'2) (sloping ceiling)
With UPVC double glazed window to the side elevation enjoying views across the village to Ham Hill and velux windows to the front and rear elevations. Radiator. Ceiling light point.
4.70m (15'5) max x 3.80m (12'5) max 2.21m (7'3) min (irregular shape and sloping ceiling)
With velux windows to the front and rear elevation. Radiator. Under-eaves access. Ceiling light point.
There are lovely gardens to the rear of the property enjoying a pleasant aspect backing onto open countryside. They are of a good size, being large enough for those who are keen gardeners, but not too much to look after. Closest to the house is a fully enclosed and private sheltered garden with ornamental pond, lawn and herbaceous borders, whilst a picket gate opens up into a larger lawned garden, also partially walled with well-stocked borders, numerous espalier fruit trees and kitchen garden. There is also a timber summerhouse, and greenhouse. To the front is a small front garden with evergreen hedge and mature rose bushes. To the side, the property benefits from a right of way across a driveway shared with No.52 West Street providing access to the FREEHOLD GARAGE / STORE (with flying freehold over) which has power and light connected, and an Up and Over door.
AGENTS NOTE 1
The plot map does not delineate the full extent of the freehold boundaries, which include the freehold garage located just to the right of the main property, and the gardens both adjacent to the house and the larger square of garden shown immediately behind.
AGENTS NOTE 2
Some of the photographs used in the brochure were taken by the vendors in Summer 2011.
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