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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Little Steeping

Sold STC £279,995

Property Description

Key features

  • Unique detached converted chapel
  • Three bedrooms
  • Lounge with multi-fuel burner
  • Murdoch Troon dining kitchen
  • Cloakroom & two en-suites
  • Off-road parking
  • Attractive gardens
  • EPC Rating E

Full description

A unique converted chapel which dates back to 1895 in a village location. The property has been sympathetically renovated to provide accommodation full of character comprising: entrance porch, open hallway leading to the magnificent lounge with full height cathedral ceiling, beams, feature windows and multi-fuel burner, bedroom one with en-suite, cloakroom, large dining kitchen with bespoke Murdoch Troon units, utility room and sitting room/bedroom two with hand crafted French doors to ground floor. To the first floor there is a mezzanine bedroom with its own en-suite. Outside the property stands in attractive gardens with off-road parking.

Accommodation - Panelled hardwood entrance door through to the:

Entrance Porch - Having arched & leaded window to side elevation and tiled floor. Door through to the:

Open Hallway - Having coved ceiling, staircase rising to first floor mezzanine bedroom, door to bedroom one, archway giving access to the cloakroom and dining kitchen. Open through to the:

Lounge - 18'11''x 17'10'' - A magnificent lounge with full height cathedral ceiling and original painted timber beams. The lounge is light and airy and has seven arched leaded windows with stained glass to the front & side elevations which let the light flood the room, four of the windows have bespoke arched pelmets. There are four radiators and a contemporary style multi-fuel burner with glass hearth to keep the room cozy in the colder months. The lounge also features painted wooden floorboards, a television aerial connection point and built-in shelving.

Bedroom One - 11'11''x 11'9'' - Having arched leaded and stained glass window to side elevation, coved ceiling and radiator.

En-Suite - Having half tiled walls, ceramic tiled floor, extractor fan, fully tiled double shower cubicle with mixer shower fitting, close coupled WC and wash hand basin.

Cloakroom - Having wooden flooring, half tiled walls, extractor fan, close coupled WC and wash hand basin.

Dining Kitchen - 18'11''x 14'5'' - A spacious dining kitchen having three arched leaded stained glass windows to both side elevations, feature arched timber door to side elevation, cathedral ceiling with central beam, radiator and ceramic tiled floor. Fitted with a range of Murdoch Troon bespoke base & wall units with wood block work surfaces and upstands comprising: Belfast style sink with mixer tap inset to work surface, cupboards, space & plumbing for dishwasher and space for fridge under, cupboards over. Work surface return with space for electric cooker, cupboards & drawers under, contemporary style cooker hood over. Impressive complimentary central island unit measuring 7'0" x 3'6" with cupboards, drawers, shelving and breakfast bar to one end.

Utility Room - 12'1''x 5'10'' - Having window to side elevation, door to rear elevation, space & plumbing for automatic washing machine, space for large upright fridge and freezer.

Sitting Room/Bedroom Two - 11'4''x 9'10'' - Having hand crafted double glazed french doors with side panels to side elevation and garden, radiator and wall mounted LPG fire.

Mezzanine Bedroom - 14'1''x 11'9'' - Overlooking the lounge with vaulted ceiling, radiator, skylight window to side elevation and further window which extends from bedroom one with wrought iron safety railings.

Further En-Suite - Having heated towel rail, half tiled walls, ceramic tiled floor, extractor fan and walk-in wardrobe off. Fitted with a suite comprising: fully tiled double shower cubicle with mixer shower fitting, close coupled WC and wash hand basin.

Exterior - The gardens are an attractive feature of the property and surround the property. The gardens are enclosed by brick walls with wrought iron railings and timber fencing. To the front of the property there is a pair of wrought iron gates giving access to the front & side garden. To the left hand side of the property there is a paved & gravelled area with a timber gate leading to the rear of the property where there is a wrought iron gate leading to a tarmac area which provides off-road parking. To the front of the property there is a paved pathway and a border stocked with shrubs and perennial plants. To the right hand side of the property there is a lawned garden with central bed and a lawned pathway which leads to slate chipped beds and borders stocked with David Austin roses, clematis and seasonal flowers.

Services - The property has mains electricity and water connected. Drainage is to a septic tank. Heating is via an oil fired boiler served by radiators and the current council tax is band B.

Directions - From our offices in High Street turn left and proceed to the end of the road. Turn left on to The Terrace and continue on to the B1195 Halton Road. After about 1.6 miles turn right on to Mill Lane then after a further 0.6 miles turn left on to Main Road. The subject property can be located on the left hand side, as indicated by our For Sale board.

Viewing - By appointment with Newton Fallowell - telephone 01790 755222.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
12 April 2016


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