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About the property
A CHARACTER THREE BEDROOM DETACHED HOUSE STEEPED IN LOCAL HISTORY
A beautiful three bedroom character family home situated in a private, non estate position in the heart of the village. We understand the property was built circa 1876 and used as the station masters house for Daggons Road station until the Beeching Cuts closed the railway in 1964.
What remains is a charming period home benefitting from a large and private rear garden, off road parking and detached double garage.
Entering the property a spacious entrance hall welcomes you and provides access to all principle rooms together with the downstairs cloakroom. The hallway is finished with solid wood flooring which continues into the lounge.
The L-shaped lounge is triple aspect and also features a wood burning stove and recently fitted double doors opening out onto the patio and garden.
The fitted kitchen enjoys space for a breakfast table and provides ample wall mounted and undercounter storage units together with space for white goods, a gas hob and electric oven. Within the kitchen is a partially glazed door opening onto the garden.
Adjacent to the kitchen is the dual aspect dining room with plenty of space for a table.
To the first floor are three well proportioned double bedrooms which enjoy the use of the large family bathroom which comprises P-Shaped bath with overhead shower, w.c. and wash hand basin. Within the bathroom is the airing cupboard.
Further benefits include all mains services, gas central heating and UPVC double glazing.
Externally the rear garden offers a delightful private aspect and is predominately laid to lawn with banked borders and a recently laid Indian sandstone patio abutting the back of the house offering plenty of space for out door dining.
To the side of the property is a private driveway which leads to the detached double garage. Within the garage is a useful workshop which could easily be converted to an outdoor utility room or office if required.
Viewing of this wonderful family home comes highly recommended. Don't miss you chance to be part of Aderholt's history.
Lounge 6.25m (20'6) x 3.96m (13') max
Dining Room 3.61m (11'10) x 3.1m (10'2)
Kitchen/ Breakfast Room 3.94m (12'11) x 3.1m (10'2)
Bedroom 1 3.61m (11'10) x 3.1m (10'2)
Bedroom 2 3.61m (11'10) x 3.05m (10')
Bedroom 3 3.96m (13'0) x 3.1m (10'2) max
Bathroom 3.94m (12'11) x 2.11m (6'11)
Double Garage 5.66m (18'7) max x 5.49m (18') max
Workshop 2.74m (9'0) x 1.73m (5'8)
Built Circa 1876
Three double bedrooms
Full of charm and character
Large Rear Garden
Steeped in local history
Detached double garage with workshop
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