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More and more homes today are moving towards the idea of open plan living areas which provide acres of space and lend themselves to socialising in a way almost impossible in smaller rooms. Freshly designed examples are becoming more common but never think that a similar effect cannot be achieved with the imaginative alteration of an existing home, as this example conclusively proves. Virtually the entire ground floor has been opened up and this, coupled with the possibilities offered by the nearly completed garage conversion with its tri-fold doors make this the ultimate home to entertain family, along with friends you never realised you had. But then they didn’t realise you lived somewhere like this…
Situated in one of the areas quietest and most sought after parts this totally modernised home ticks a whole load of boxes being easily accessible and well positioned for shops, schools, leisure facilities, in fact all you could ask for. To the front of the home the garden has been replaced by a characterful and maintenance free section of crushed slate that manages to look attractive while making no demands on your time. To the side of this is a driveway running down past the home to where a wooden fence provides privacy for the enclosed rear garden.
A brick entrance lobby stands proud of the front elevation, inside which we are greeted by a large hanging cupboard perfect for shoes, outdoor clothing, Hoovers and odds and ends that will come in handy one day (honestly…) while also housing the electricity consumer unit and gas combi central heating boiler.
A further inner door then opens to reveal just what makes this home so special, as we step into a frankly huge space comprising the entire ground floor, the first section of which sees service as the lounge area. In here the floor, like the remainder of the room is laid with fashionable and high quality light grey wood laminate and currently contains a massive ‘L’ shaped settee which needless to say, it does with ease. In fact the sheer size of this space would be a little daunting were it not for the centrally positioned log burning stove making the room feel cosier and more intimate than its dimensions would suggest was possible.
The whole room is kept admirably bright thanks to the large picture window overlooking the front and supplemented by the similarly sized rear facing one along with the French doors opening onto the rear patio. The chosen furniture would suggest the area beside these doors be deemed the dining area, the clue being the formal six seat dining table positioned with a pleasing view of the immaculately presented garden.
To one side of the dining area is a breakfast island filling the dual roles of providing additional kitchen storage and work top space, not to mention room for casual dining and acting as a formal room divider between lounge and kitchen. The remainder of the kitchen features fitted units in an ‘L’ formation containing all the expected 21st century machinery to make life easy, indeed anything less in an environment like this would be unthinkable. Beside the semi glazed UPVC back door is space for a vast American style double doored fridge freezer which again is perfectly suited to where it is, unlike some homes where to be honest, it looms over everything like the unmentioned elephant in the room.
Outside the back door is an attractive patio area laid to Indian stone which stretches from the fence with its pedestrian gate out to the drive, around the rear of the home to the dining room’s French doors. Beyond this patio is an immaculate (and so it should be, it’s artificial…) lawn before the Indian stone resumes in a further corner sun trap, begging to host al fesco dinner parties. Opposite here is a steel store shed with a log store alongside, before we come to the really special bit… What began life as a detached garage has been rebuilt and enlarged, fitted with a huge set of tri-fold doors and is set to become anything you want it to be and the possibilities are almost endless. Already fitted with power and light, plumbing remains an option which means it could easily become a self contained granny flat, the ultimate garden bar, a gym, a brewery (or is that just me?), it really is your choice and what makes this home stand out from the crowd.
Back indoors and up the open tread stairs we turn to the front and the smallest bedroom, finding a pleasant surprise. Generally speaking the third room is a three bed semi is a disappointment but here, there is a perfectly usable single bedroom of which any child or young adult would be proud.
Adjacent to here and also overlooking the front is the main bedroom which is comfortably proportioned and appointed, currently playing host to twin bedside cabinets to accompany the double bed while still leaving room for any free standing furniture of your choice.
Moving to the rear the second double room is slightly smaller but nonetheless remains perfectly spacious enough for all you need to be comfortable which at the end of the day, is all you can ask for.
Finally, the family bathroom with its high gloss ceramic floor once again demonstrates the standard of the work that been put into this home, giving it very much the feeling found in a high end hotel bathroom. As we enter there is a pair of unitary his’n’hers hand basins with storage drawers beneath set alongside a stainless steel heated towel rail/radiator, lavatory and a large walk-in shower with beautiful slate walls and a twin headed rain shower drawing its hot water directly from the gas combi central heating boiler.