3 bedroom house
Main Road, Brighstone
Megan BakerEmail me
As my home village for over twenty years, I can personally vouch for the many qualities of Brighstone. From its well stocked village shop; lovely café in the newsagents; beautiful church and handy doctor’s surgery to the friendly, active village community. We’re also surrounded by stunning countryside and the coast is on the doorstep. If you want the guided tour of all our village has to offer – just ask!
Stone porch:With vaulted ceiling and rustic flagstone flooring. Leaded lite window to side and further half glazed door into:
Entrance hallway:A light and welcoming introduction to the home with attractive, wide turning staircase to first floor; storage cupboard and beautiful painted panelled doors to:
Sitting room:5.44 max x 4.36 max (17'10" max x 14'3" max) - A beautifully styled, shaped room set to the front of the home with leaded double glazed wooden windows with additional secondary glazing. Double glazed door to garden set in a wide bay and exposed brick fireplace providing a focal point to the room.
Snug/dining room/bedroom:3.46 x 3.32 (11'4" x 10'10") - A second cosy sitting room with an exposed brick open fireplace with double aspect UPVC double glazed windows to the side and rear. The room follows the theme of the pale stone coloured walls with a delicate bird motif papered accent to one wall. Door to:
Kitchen/dining room:7.94 max x 3.40 max (26'0" max x 11'1" max) - This wonderfully stylish heart to the home has been beautifully created by the current owners. The room stretches out in to the garden at one end, creating a seamless flow from the original house to the extended kitchen with warm tone oak flooring. The kitchen is focused at the rear of the home, with a gorgeous vaulted ceiling featuring oak beams and four velux windows, letting light flood in. In addition to the large rear window, there are bi-fold doors along the side, linking the room to the garden via the smart dining patio. The parchment coloured wall units subtly differ from the almond coloured base units, divided by a sleek oak worktop which features a silky white butler sink and drainer. Integrated appliances include a wine cooler; slimline dishwasher; fridge and range cooker with concealed extractor hood over. The spacious dining area is set to the other end of room and there is an external door to the parking area and further door to:
Utility room:2.26 max x 1.56 plus recess (7'4" max x 5'1" plus - With floor standing oil fired boiler and modern pressurised hot water cylinder as well as additional storage space and plumbing for washing machine. A recess to one side provides additional space for an under counter appliance and there is an external door to the garden at the end. Further door to:
Cloakroom:1.54 max x 0.92 max (5'0" max x 3'0" max) - Fitted with white suite of WC and wall mounted wash hand basin.
First floor landing:A lovely light, L -shaped area with UPVC double glazed front window; built in shelved cupboard and access to loft. Doors to:
Bedroom one:4.42 x 2.57 (14'6" x 8'5") - Set to the front of the home with gently angled ceiling and windows to the front and side. Exposed brick fireplace and built in double wardrobe to one end.
Bedroom two:3.45 x 3.32 (11'3" x 10'10") - A very pretty, light double bedroom in pale colours with an attractive floral accent to one wall. Gently angled ceiling; exposed brick fireplace and UPVC double glazed windows to side and rear. Built in wardrobe.
Bedroom three:2.78 x 2.23 (9'1" x 7'3") - A light single bedroom or study with UPVC double glazed rear window framing the garden view.
Bathroom:3.01 max x 1.50 max (9'10" max x 4'11" max) - In a golden sand colour scheme and fitted with a chic white WC; bowl wash hand basin set to a vanity unit and corner shower enclosure. A sleek claw and ball foot bath sits to one end with centrally placed mixer taps. Window to side.
Gardens:The home is surrounded by the most beautifully tended and thoughtfully planted gardens which are laid to areas of lawn; patio and decking. The front garden has wide, richly stocked borders with a feature bed showcasing a beautiful red Camelia. An archway flanked by picket fencing is adorned by a climbing white "wedding rose" with a central gate leading through to the side garden which in turn opens to the rear garden. The garden is set alongside a pretty stream which creates a natural boundary and has allowed the owners to create a shady, richly planted garden with a decked terrace - perfect for a coffee spot. The large rear garden opens out to a wide lawn, with feature borders and beds, again featuring Camelias as well as a magnificent Hornbeam. There are some stunning roses in reds and rich pinks as well as Wisteria draping over the summerhouse. The garden also benefits from a fruit cage; greenhouse and additional sheds/studios.
Parking:To the side of the home is a gravelled parking area and additional driveway in front of the:
Garage:4.51 x 2.88 (14'9" x 9'5") - With front opening double doors; pitched roof providing storage and window to side. Power and light.
DisclaimerThese particulars are issued in good faith, but do not constitute representation of fact or form any part of any offer or contract. The Agents have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fittings or services and room measurements are given for guidance purposes only. Where maximum measurements are shown, these may include stairs and measurements into shower enclosures; cupboards; recesses and bay windows etc. Any video tour has contents believed to be accurate at the time it was made but there may have been changes since. We will always recommend a physical viewing wherever possible before a commitment to purchase is made.
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