** Offered with no onward chain ** Situated in a country lane setting and sitting on a plot of circa ¾ of an acre, this versatile five bedroom detached family home is set behind wrought iron gates and two driveways, one with garage, which have suitable parking for multiple vehicles, surrounded by brick walls.
You will be within close proximity to well-regarded local and private schools including Holme Grange and Wellington College. The property is within walking distance to open woodland that is perfect for walking trails and dog walking.
Internally the property has been refurbished in 2019 and offers just under 3,000 sq ft of flexible accommodation and comprises of three receptions which can be used in a variety of ways. There is the main reception which is in the centre of the property which features a bay window, hardwood floors and a remote-controlled fireplace which opens into an area which can be used as a playroom, nursey, or small single bedroom if you have a growing family. Furthermore, there is a door that will lead you into another living or dining room, and to your right you will find a fully fitted out office/study area in custom Cherrywood with built in bookcases, desk, and conference table, which is perfect for somebody who wishes to work from home. All of the latest technology is here including fibre broadband and smartphone enabled CCTV and house security alarm system.
There is then a stunning glass conservatory refitted in 2018, that has dual aspect double patio doors that will lead you out onto the decking area which is perfect for garden furniture, offering views over the stunning landscaped grounds which is well shielded by mature tree and shrub borders that give this property a real sense of privacy and seclusion.
There is a refitted kitchen with vaulted and beamed ceiling, twin Butler sinks, containing plenty of storage space and integrated appliances including dishwasher, Rangemaster cooker with double ovens, and brand-new American fridge/freezer with water and ice dispenser, self-sufficient and not requiring plumbing. The ceramic tiled floor spans open plan into the dining room, also giving access into a well needed and separate utility room complete with integrated washing machine and separate tumble dryer. It is here that you will find an additional WC with the rear entrance hall that links up the back of the house to the rest of the property. The property is served by a modern high efficiency Alpha boiler for heating and MegaFlo mains water pressure systems, both only a few years old.
There are four well-proportioned large double bedrooms with the potential master bedroom or guest suite being located to the front of the property. This room has fully fitted custom Oak wardrobes and benefits from access into its own fully fitted five-piece en-suite consisting of an open wet room style walk-in shower, his and hers double sink basins, Travertine wall and floor tiles, and clawfoot soak bath. Just off of the hallway from this room you will find bedroom three which also offers wardrobe space and access to another en-suite. Bedrooms Two and Four are located to the back of the property where you will also find the family bathroom. Both bedrooms offer a walk-in wardrobe and off the fourth bedroom you’ll find double French doors to a private patio area leading to the superb landscaped and wooded gardens. This too could potentially serve as an alternate master bedroom, or the entire back wing of the property is well-suited as a possible separate annex which could be used as a bedroom, bathroom, and lounge area with the double doors to the garden, for those requiring this flexibility.
SOME KEY FEATURES ABOUT Heathlands Road:
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