Your base for work rest and play

By Judy Marriott

Friday, November 30, 2012

 

Your base for work rest and play

This detached home in semi-rural Winford has plenty of living space for eberthing, indoors and outdoors.

HOMEFILE

Location...Winford

Bedrooms...Four doubles/five

Price...£395,000

Agent...Megan Baker

Tel...01983 280555

The outlook is superb for working, resting and playing in style and comfort at Woodland View, a handsome home in a semi-rural Winford, with lots of attractive space for everything.

Looking over its huge back garden to adjoining fields, trees and countryside, the detached property in Winford Road offers a complete package for a large or growing family.

It has been extended and modernised to a high standard and has four double bedrooms, plus a downstairs playroom that could be a fifth bedroom.

Plenty of living space is important for a harmonius household and a lounge, separate sitting room and the playroom take care of that.

A highlight is the 19ft-long rear dining conservatory looking out to fields, leading to a decked terrace.

The cottage-style kitchen/breakfast room has a good array of oak units.

Those who work from home can use the home office, tucked away behind the garage, which has an up and over door, power and light.

The big garden stretches way back from the house and is mainly lawned, with trees and a veg plot.

Along with the decked terrace wrapping around the conservatory, there is an extensive paved terrace at the rear and side and a paved patio further along covered by an arbour clad with a climbing rose and honeysuckle.

Outbuildings include sheds, a greenhouse, a workshop and a chalet, also with power and light that would be great as a teenager’s den.

Also outside is a modern, fully tiled WC, under-house storage and a front driveway with plenty of parking space.

Oak-panelled doors open from the hallway to rooms, including a good-sized cloakroom, with a handbasin and WC cistern set into maple-style units, and the front-facing playroom.

Focal point of the lounge, which enjoys countryside views, is a multi-fuel stove on a stone hearth.

Across the hall is the sitting room, with oak tri-fold doors to the 19ft-long conservatory, a PVCu double-glazed Victorian-style structure with lovely oak flooring and doors to the deck.

The L-shaped kitchen/breakfast room, looking over the back garden to countryside, has a modern cottage style feel and has a built-in gas hob, double and single ovens, dishwasher and fridge.

There is space and plumbing for a washing machine in a conservatory-style utility lobby, with deck access.

Dormer windows in sloping ceilings create character in the upstairs bedrooms, which have some fine garden, countryside and rural views.

A maple-style vanity unit features in the en-suite shower room to bedroom one. Bedroom two has bespoke pine furniture and bedroom three houses mirror-door wardrobes.

Maple-style units have contrasting charcoal-coloured tops in the luxuriously appointed family bathroom, with a shower over the bath.

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