4 bed house for sale in High Street, Offord Cluny, PE19Asking Price £875,000
A covered porch and door give access to a very smart lobby, which sets the tone well for the rest of the house. With slate effect tiled flooring and doors and steps giving access to the kitchen, dining room and lounge.
A beautiful, formal dining room packed with character and perfect for both family dining and entertaining guests alike. The Karndean flooring is a lovely wood board effect and natural light is provided by a glazed door to the garden courtyard. The star feature of the room though, is without doubt the brick fireplace with brick hearth and oak beam mantle.
Lounge / Family Room
Accessed via a half-glazed door from the dining room and also a step down from the lobby, this is a sumptuous, open-plan room, which really has the wow factor. Whilst one big space, which could easily be used as such, there are fireplaces at both ends and the room is semi-divided by an exposed brickwork pillar and a character staircase to the first floor. There are three front aspect windows letting in lots of natural light, which really shows off the exposed brickwork pillars and oak beams to the fullest. In the lounge area, is a huge inglenook fireplace with an oak beam mantle, herringbone brickwork hearth and a cast iron grate and metal hood. In the family room area, the brick fireplace with brickwork mantle and hearth houses a large wood burning stove.
Kitchen / Breakfast Room
A perfect blend of charm, character and modern-day living is on show in this traditional farmhouse style kitchen. The extensive range of cream painted eye and base level units and oak worktops are complimented beautifully by exposed oak posts and beams. Integrated appliances include a Bosch double oven, five ring gas hob with an extractor above, a Neff Dishwasher, a Bosch combination microwave oven, a fridge and an inset porcelain double butler sink. The slate effect tiled floor, four-seater granite-effect breakfast bar and the built-in terracotta tube wine rack, finish the room perfectly.
Music / Day Room
Accessed via a step up from the kitchen and with a door out to the garden courtyard, the music / day room has windows to both sides of the house, a wood effect Karndean floor and a door to the study.
A rear aspect window provides natural light and there are built in storage cupboards and a walkway giving access to the Utility Room.
Plumbing and space for a washing machine and a tumble dryer with worktops and cupboards above. A stable style door gives access to the garden courtyard and a brick arch with a hand-crafted wooden door carved with a date and the initials of the maker, leads to the annex / guest suite.
Annexe / Guest Suite
Formerly a stable block, this beautifully converted room is a fantastic addition to the house and provides completely self-contained accommodation. With vaulted ceilings, exposed brickwork and bespoke, locally crafted king-span timbers, it blends seamlessly with the rest of the property. The accommodation here is comprised of a generous double bedroom, a fully equipped kitchenette and a fully tiled en-suite wet room with a double shower, sink and w/c. There are two windows overlooking the garden and a stable style door providing access to the garden courtyard and the large jacuzzi hot tub.
A galleried landing with wood panelling, exposed oak beams and a large airing cupboard housing the gas boiler.
A pretty double room with exposed brickwork and oak beams and a window overlooking the front of the house.
En-Suite Shower Room
A light room with a front aspect window and a modern fitted suite comprising of a shower, w/c, sink and a heated towel rail.
A generous double room with a front aspect window and exposed brickwork and beams.
A light and airy double room with two windows letting in lots of natural light and fitted furniture comprising of a book-case, wardrobe, desk and vanity unit.
A side aspect room with a modern fitted suite comprising a bath with a shower over, a sink and vanity unit, w/c and a heated towel rail.
The rear garden is an absolutely stunning example of an English Country Garden. This wonderfully private space has been designed with outdoor living and entertaining in mind. Within easy reach of the kitchen, there is a large patio area with a gazebo, an outside table and LED mood lighting, perfect for alfresco dining. Away from the dining area, on another patio is a very well maintained six-seater hot-tub with an integrated Bluetooth sound system. Surrounded by beautiful roses, flowers and shrubs, it really is very easy to imagine yourself sat in the tub enjoying a glass or two with friends. Across the lawn at the back of the garden, is a glazed, timber garden building with programmable, external LED mood lighting. Affectionately known as the man cave, it has been cleverly and tastefully divided into two areas, with a summer house with a small bar at one end, and a shed / workshop at the other.
Shop / detached building
Through a gateway across the cobbled driveway is the shop building that could be converted to suit a variety of uses depending on your needs. Built in the 1980s, utilising reclaimed original bricks and timbers it is so sympathetic to the main house, it is difficult to tell that it is not of the same period. It has its own private courtyard and access from both front and rear.
There are two shop windows and a door directly on the High Street that gives access to a large, open plan ground-floor room. In addition, there is a good size back room, a w/c with plumbing for a toilet and stairs up to the attic/first floor. Upstairs is completely boarded out and pitched in line with the roof. This space could easily be converted for bedrooms, a studio or simply used for storage.
Front - House & Shop
Elevated Rear Garden
Front - Shop
Kitchen / Breakfast
Kitchen / Breakfast
Music / Day Room
Guest Suite / Annexe
Guest Suite / Annexe