A well-presented 1,269sq ft. Victorian four bedroom period property in the highly sought-after village of Weedon Bec. In brief this home comprises: entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room, four bedrooms, bathroom and shower room. This home also boasts front and rear gardens, a driveway allowing off road parking, and an outbuilding which is currently being used workshop.
Entrance via the partially glazed front door, which has feature etched glass, into the entrance hall which includes a glazed sash window to the side aspect, solid oak flooring, space for storage, stairs rising to the first floor landing, and doors leading to all ground floor accommodation.
The sitting room includes two glazed sash windows to the front aspect, solid pine flooring, fitted alcove storage, TV point, and an original feature fireplace with cast iron log burning stove.
The dining room including carpeted flooring, spotlighting, hatch through to the kitchen, and doors leading to the kitchen/breakfast room and entrance hall.
The kitchen includes low level units, larder cupboard, fitted shelving, solid wooden worksurface, two bowl ceramic Belfast sink with swan neck mixer tap, glazed sky lantern, terracotta floor tiling, exposed feature beam, panelling to splashback areas, space for a dining table, Esse cast iron range cooker with feature ceramic tiled splashback, and integrated appliances such as an extractor hood and dishwasher; there’s also space for further storage and for appliances such as a fridge/freezer. Doors lead to the dining room and the utility room. To the rear aspect is a glazed window, and glazed French doors which lead out to the garden.
The utility room includes both low level and high level units, larder cupboard, worksurface, ceramic Butler sink, ceramic tiling to splashback areas, the boiler, space for under stairs storage, and space and plumbing for appliances such as a washing machine and tumble dryer. Doors lead to the kitchen/breakfast room and to the shower room. To the rear aspect is a glazed window, and a partially glazed door which provides access to the garden. There’s also access to a loft space which includes a pull-down loft ladder.
The shower room includes a WC, handwash basin, shower cubicle, ceramic wall tiling and continued ceramic floor tiling.
First Floor Landing
Stairs rise from the entrance hall to the first floor landing which includes carpeted flooring, access to the airing cupboard, stairs ascending to the second floor landing, and doors leading to all first floor accommodation.
Bedroom one includes solid wooden flooring, two glazed sash windows to the front aspect, and built in wardrobes and storage cupboard.
Bedroom two includes wood effect flooring, glazed sash window to the rear aspect, and a built in open wardrobe and shelf.
The bathroom includes a period-style WC and free-standing clawfoot rolled top bath with mixer tap, feature shower over and fitted shower curtain rail. A step ascends to the period-style handwash basin, which has wall lights to either side and a feature period-style wooden and ceramic tiled splashback.
Second Floor Landing
Two steps ascend from the first floor landing, where there is a glazed sash window to the rear aspect, and fitted shelving. The stairs then continue to ascend to the second floor landing where there is access to eaves storage, and doors leading to bedrooms three and four.
Bedroom three includes carpeted flooring, two glazed windows to the rear aspect, and a wooden fitted window seat which includes storage.
Bedroom four includes wood effect flooring, vaulted ceiling, and a glazed Velux window to the front aspect.
The garden is fully enclosed by brick wall and timber fencing and has been landscaped over two tiers. The first tier has been laid to patio allowing for seating, and has a continued slabbed footpath running to the side of the property which provides access to the front. Two steps descend under a mature plant archway, allowing access to the second tier which has been laid to shingle. There are mature shrubs and plants to all borders, and to the rear of the garden is the outbuilding currently used as a workshop, with full power and lighting.
To the front of the property is a gravel driveway which allows off road parking, and a raised front garden including mature plants and shrubs to the border. A slabbed footpath leads to the front door and continues around the side of the property to allow access to the garden. The front door is accessed by an ascending slabbed step, and has a canopy porch over, and external light to the side.
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