Sunny Bank enjoys an elevated position with views of the church in one direction and rolling farmland to the other. Particularly light and airy for a house of its period, it is crammed with features such as oak beams, exposed stone, inglenooks and window seats, while benefitting from contemporary comforts such as under-floor heating. The property has been sympathetically refurbished over the years and was recently connected to mains gas.
The front porch opens into a versatile reception room, currently used as a sitting room but which would also make a lovely dining room, twin French doors opening directly on to the garden, a third set leading into the garden room. To the other side is the kitchen/breakfast room with electric AGA which leads to a cosy sitting room with Clearview woodburning stove. From here a hall links back to the garden room and leads to a study from where there is another entrance porch with the original front door. A cloak room and laundry cupboard are also accessed from the hall. Sunny Bank has two staircases, one at each end of the house, giving it a wonderful flow. Each staircase leads to two double bedrooms and a bathroom, although all four bedrooms can be accessed from either staircase. Next to the main bedroom is a bathroom with walk in shower and Victoria + Albert freestanding Napoli bath.
The gardens at Sunny Bank are surprisingly spacious and incredibly private. The garden room leads on to a dining terrace surrounded by beautifully planted borders which provide colour throughout the seasons. The top of the garden widens to a large flat lawn which could be used for croquet. There are two summerhouses, one currently used as a potting shed, and a large outbuilding with electricity and power sockets, with potential for conversion with the necessary consents. The gated driveway offers parking for up to three cars.
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