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4 bedroom detached house for sale

90 Glassmoor Bank, Pondersbridge, PE7

Offers in Excess of £494,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Bespoke Four Bedroom Family Home
  • 32Ft1 Open Planned Lounge Dining Room
  • Beautiful Orangery With Field Views
  • Two En-Suites And Family Shower Room
  • 12Ft High Ceilings
  • 0.7 (Sts) Acre Plot
  • Barn & Greenhouse
  • Open Country Views
  • As Featured On 'Escape To The Country'

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
This unique home offers a STUNNING PROFESSIONALLY designed interior and a large 0.7 ACRE (sts) plot with a detached BARN. The accommodation is a delightful mix of CONTEMPORARY style, modern convenience and beautiful features including 12 foot HIGH CEILINGS, a 17thC STONE fireplace surround and solid oak flooring.

Sunnyfield has been beautifully designed and built, with inspiration from a French chateau in the Loire region, and the attention to detail is second to none. Bricks that were manufactured locally were used so that the building would blend beautifully with the narrative of the surrounding area; fixtures, fittings and some quite unique features were sourced from far and wide, even the name was one that was discovered on an old Ordnance Survey map. The result is a home that is full of character, yet benefits from all the modern conveniences as well as a great deal of eco-friendly technology.

The main living areas have been designed so as to create a wonderful flow from room to room, and fabulously high ceilings that have simple yet elegant cornicing add a sense of grandeur to the entire space. An enormous amount of character has been added to the property by using a wealth of reclaimed elements including antique Georgian doors throughout. The half-glazed back door was sourced in Holland and emphasizes the historic Dutch connection with the windmill, the 17th century stone fireplace in the lounge is French; the list goes on. Each element combines to give a really sumptuous yet homely feel.

Outside is the perfect place for alfresco dining,
with landscaped garden with boxed topiary and a wealth of mature fruit trees. It is a beautiful and tranquil place, from which one can enjoy the far-reaching views of the surrounding countryside.

This is quite simply a stunning home in a glorious location that offers one a quite unique quality of life.

Antique stripped solid pine front door with window over with date stone motif and reclaimed stone surround:

Entrance Hall
11'1 X 9'4 (3.38M X 2.84M)
Solid French oak floor with inset door mat. Classical cornice to ceiling. Recessed ceiling lights.

Living / Dining Room
32'1 X 13'0 (9.78M X 3.96M)
Arched French multi-pane doors to side aspect and Georgian arched multi-paned window to side aspect. Sliding glass doors to orangery. Bespoke cast iron spiral staircase to first floor landing. Classical cornice to ceiling. Recessed ceiling lights. Solid French oak floor. Open 17th Century stone fire surround with Fleur de Lys pattern back plates. Open to:

Kitchen / Breakfast
16'5 X 6'1 (5.00M X 1.85M)
Multi-paned sash window to side aspect. Base and wall mounted bamboo fronted units with black granite work surfaces over and breakfast bar over hang. Antique ceramic trough sink with swan neck mixer taps over. Stainless steel splashbacks. De Dietrich induction hob with extractor fan over. Built in Smeg combination oven. Space for dishwasher and oversized fridge freezer. Recessed ceiling lights. Feature oak ceiling beams. Porcelain tiled floor.

14'8 X 12'8 (4.47M X 3.86M)
Georgian arched multi-paned windows to rear and side aspects. French double multi-paned doors to decking and garden. Glass pitched roof. Limestone floor. Thermostat.

Utility Room
Door to side aspect and door to wet room. Polished mosaic tiled floor with inset brush mat. Storage cupboards. Floor mounted ground source heat pump. Wall mounted tumble dryer. Space for washing machine. Recessed ceiling lights. Hatch to loft space which houses ventilation system.

Downstairs Shower
Sash window to rear aspect. Polished mosaic tiled floor. Low level WC with concealed cistern. Wall mounted shower with overhead and hand held shower attachment. Boot sink with pillar mixer tap. Fitted storage cupboards with mirrored doors and slate vanity surfaces.

Bedroom Four / Study
17'1 (min) X 9'3 (5.21M X 2.82M)
Sash window to side aspect. Built in storage cupboard. Thermostat.

Master Bedroom
20'7 X 12'17 (6.27M X 3.84M)
Georgian arched multi-paned windows to side elevation and multi-paned sash window to front aspect. Recessed ceiling lights. Cornice to ceiling. Built in full height his and hers walk in wardrobes with hanging and shelving space.

Master En-suite
10'6 X 9'3 (3.20M X 2.82M)
Multi-paned sash window to front aspect. Four piece suite comprising free standing porcelain bath with wall mounted taps, low level WC with concealed cistern, oversized shower cubicle with body jets and ceramic wall mounted sink with wall mounted mixer taps. Tiled floor. Built in mirrored door to storage cupboard.

Recessed ceiling lights.

Bedroom Two
24'9 X 11'4 (7.54M X 3.45M)
Two conservation skylights. Sloping ceiling. Recessed ceiling lights.

Bedroom Three
13'1 X 11'5 (3.99M X 3.48M)
Recessed ceiling lights. Conservation roof lights. Sloping ceiling.

7'8 X 6'1 (2.34M X 1.85M)
Fully tiled with porcelain tiles. Shower with glass screen and wall mounted shower. Antique vanity unit with spindle legs, marble top and base mounted bowl sink and mixer tap. Low level WC.

The property sits opposite the Bevils Leam Water Way with open field views to the rear. A railway sleeper fence and gate offer access to a brick and cobble stone paved drive with parking for several vehicles. Sensor lighting. Outside tap. Log store. Decking wraps around the south and west facing facades and is bound by mature box hedging with steps into the landscaped garden which offers mature fruit trees, wisteria and box topiary. Sunken 1000 gallon rain water harvesting tank. The lawns continue around the barn and greenhouse offering extensive lawn areas enclosed by mature hedging and mixed fencing. There is an abundance of specimen trees including Holme Oak, black walnut, willow, copper beech and birch. Secondary vehicle access to:

40'0 X 19'0 (12.91M X 5.79M)
Brick base and timber clad barn. Power, water and light connected. Pitched roof. Light well. Mezzanine storage level. Double barn doors. Pedestrian door to:

26'0 X 19'0 (7.92M X 5.79M)
In need of some renovation. Water connected. Pitched glass roof. Double French doors.

General Information
Ground source heating supplying underfloor heating and hot water.
Whole house ventilation system.
Smoke and Fire detector system-mains connected
Large pressurised water tank serving residence with high pressure water.
Perimeter alarm systems to house and barn.
0.627 acre plot.
Bio-tank sewerage system.
Council Tax Band: D

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
15 November 2016


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