8 bedroom detached house for saleMuch Birch - 2 acres
Sold STC £935,000
- Fine village house with views
- Four reception rooms
- Five bedrooms, two bathrooms, shower room
- Three bedroom cottage annexe
- Landscaped gardens
- In all about 1.7 acres
- In all about 1.7 acres
A most impressive Grade II listed home found at the heart of this popular village. Well proportioned principal accommodation, combined with a charming cottage annexe. Mature gardens and fine views, in all about 1.7 acres.
With wide openings to both the Kitchen and Orangery creating an easy flow for everyday living. Coved ceiling. Radiator.
Fitted with an extensive range of base and eye level units. Integrated dishwasher. Built-in double electric oven. Electric hob. Coved ceiling and the original servant bells (disconnected).
An excellent recent addition having double glazed panelled windows and doors allowing a lovely outlook across the courtyard, gardens and terrace. Tiled floor with electric underfloor heating.
Having a wash hand basin and low level W.C.
Tiled flooring and tiled 'cold shelf'. Fitted shelving and space for chest freezer. Meat hooks.
With a two flight dog leg staircase having a mahogany handrail leading onto the first floor. Radiator. Door giving access to the large stone floored CELLAR. Door to:
Ideal to work from home, or perhaps as a music/games room. Sash window with shutters, additional panelled window. Radiator. Fitted shelving.
JACK AND JILL EN-SUITE BATHROOM
Vanity wash hand basin, Panelled bath with fitted mirrors and downlighting over each. Concealed cistern W.C. Heated towel rail. Separate shower cubicle. Wood effect floor. Sash window with window seat and shutters. Coved ceiling. Door from the Bathroom to the:
Currently a DRESSING ROOM/STUDY but can easily be used as a double bedroom. Sash window with shutters. Radiator. Built-in storage.
Panelled bath with showerhead attachment. Pedestal wash hand basin with fitted mirror over and vanity lighting. Bidet. Low level W.C. Shaver point. Radiator. Sash window with shutters. Coved ceiling.
Panelled window. Fitted wardrobe with storage to one wall. Radiator. Recessed shelving.
Stairs to the first floor:
Fitted with base and eye level units. Quarry tiled floor. Gas hob. Double electric oven.
Plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher. Wash hand basin. Broom Cupboard. Wall mounted Greenstar boiler. Separate W.C.
Twin panel windows. Fireplace housing a woodburning stove on a raised hearth with timber surround and mantle. Radiator which has been cleverly screened by fitted shelving.
ON THE FIRST FLOOR
Entered from the STORM PORCH a superb entrance reception featuring a decorative stained glass fanlight and side panels, exposed floor boards, ornate coving, radiator. Door leading through to:
A perfect space for entertaining, with full height sash windows with timber shutters enjoying views across the gardens. Further sash window, two radiators, decorative coved ceiling and three wall light points.
Another fine reception room, featuring a most attractive fireplace with a period marble surround and tiled hearth. Two full height sash windows with timber shutters, ornate coving, two picture lights, two radiators.
Panelled window to two sides. Radiator. Fitted wardrobe and storage.
Panelled window enjoying fine far-reaching views. Built-in storage.
Panelled window. Radiator. Built-in wardrobe and storage.
Roll top bath. Vanity wash hand basin. Separate shower cubicle. Heated towel rail. AIRING CUPBOARD. Panelled window.
Low level W.C. Pedestal wash hand basin. Panelled window. Radiator.
The property is approached off the A49 and is set back and well screened from the road by established trees and shrubbery. The entrance is through wrought iron gates between stone pillars on to the driveway which sweeps around the house to the extensive parking area. The gardens of Birch House fall predominantly to two sides; stepping out of the Orangery you are on to a series of south westerly facing flagstone terraces, ideal for outside dining or entertaining being surrounded by beds full of roses, lavender and a whole variety of other flowers and shrubs creating a riot of seasonal colour and aromas. From here you are led on to a lawn bordered by a gravelled path which leads to a LOG STORE, TIMBER STORAGE SHED and small GREENHOUSE. Tucked away you will find a private seating area with wrought iron arch covered in clematis and a climbing rose. Gateways lead you through a large laurel hedge to a wide expanse of lawn where you can enjoy the view back towards the house taking in...
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