Dating from the 1920's this highly individual detached family house stands back from a peaceful residential road, in beautifully laid out gardens, dissected by a small tributary leading to the Holgate Beck.
Showcasing some wonderful architectural features synonymous with the Arts and Crafts movement, the property offers generous and very well proportioned accommodation, the majority of which has been recently updated, most notably the kitchen/living area which has received a stylish shaker style kitchen, complimented by an Aga and separate induction hob, the entire room finished in a limestone tiled floor with underfloor heating. There is a sizeable traditional pantry and useful downstairs WC. The living room and dining room are equally well proportioned and enjoy wonderful southerly views of the rear garden via some very distinctive crittall windows, one incorporating a French door which opens onto a very inviting rear patio. A study/garden room completes the picture on the ground floor, a stylish turn staircase leading up to the first floor where 4 bedrooms lead off a wide landing, the master bedroom having a dressing area and en-suite shower room, with a further house bathroom and separate w/c.
One of the highlights of the property is the larger than average rear garden which extends across a narrow beck forming 2 distinct areas. The garden nearest the house centres around a large lawn surrounded by colourfully layered mature herbaceous borders, dotted with mature shrubs and shaped bushes. There is a circular walk which crosses a small wooden foot bridge to another lawned woodland area with a number of large mature trees providing a great degree of privacy from the neighbouring houses, returning via a pathway along the western boarder which is flanked by pleached hornbeam trees. There is access to both sides of the house via gated pathways and a driveway to one side leading to the single garage.