- Detached Family Home On a Landscaped Plot Approaching 2 Acres
- Newly Constructed Outbuildings Include a Barn and Workshops
- Four Bedroom House With Three Reception Rooms
- Newly Fitted Vaillant Combi Boiler
- Fantastic Opportunity - Call 01277 500800 For A Viewing
- Opportunity For Redevelopment
- Private Road Location
- Re-Fitted Bath and Shower Rooms
- Several Garages
Situated in a private road on a plot approaching 2 acres with an approx 110` frontage, this family home with high spec outbuildings that include three adjoining workshops, store room and a substantial heated 6/7 car garage, offers endless possibilities of usage together with immense potential for redevelopment into a palatial home capable of being similar in size to the largest found within the locality.
The house itself sits behind a brick retaining front wall with a carriage drive and provides recently modernised good sized accommodation with a feeling of spaciousness given by the open hallways and reception areas. The four bedrooms are positioned on the first floor of chalet home with three of them being excellent doubles while the master also enjoys a separate walk in dressing area.
Both the first and ground floor shower/bathrooms have been recently refitted in stylish suites and the kitchen with a walk in store and pantry has also been refitted in high gloss units to maintain the modern styling this home now enjoys. Additional points of recent improvement include uPVC double glazed windows and doors, external landscaping and a Vaillant combi boiler serving the hot water and heating system.
Externally is where this house comes alive, as mentioned the grounds provide the opportunity to create a substantial county home that could incorporate all the features you could wish for in a dream home. The quality of the outbuildings will be amongst the best you will find and these have been a recent improvement with the delightful Oak framed barn being used for garaging. Should this building not be required for cars this could alternatively be used as large games room or even stabling should you decide to fence off paddocks and a ménage within the gardens to have equestrian facilities.
ACCOMMODATION AS FOLLOWS..
RECEPTION HALL 4.67m x 4.34m max (15ft3 x 14ft2)
Steps with a canopy porch lead upto the uPVC entrance door and this inturn opens into this reception hall which has inset downlighters, the stairs to the first floor, a storage cupboard and doors into each of the reception room.
LOUNGE 7.47m x 5.8m (24ft6 x 19ft)
Enjoying windows to the front and side as well as double doors out to the paved terrace this generously sized lounge with a brick-built inglenook style fireplace is bathed in natural light.
DINING ROOM 4.3m x 3.33m (14ft1 x 10ft11)
Positioned to front of house with a walk in square bay window this dining room also has wood flooring.
STUDY 3.4m x 3.03m > 2.48m (11ft1 x 9ft11 > 8ft1)
Just like the dining room this one also a walk in square bay window but also affords lovely views up the garden.
GROUND FLOOR BATHROOM 2.07m x 1.68m (6ft9 x 5ft6)
Recently refitted and tiled to walls and floor there is a white suite comprising bath with mixer taps and separate shower, wash hand basin and low level wc. In addition, there is a rear window and chrome heated towel rail.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 5.39m x 2.7m (17ft8 x 8ft10)
This rear and side facing kitchen with a dark wood effect floor has been refitted in white gloss fronted units with soft closing doors and contrasting Walnut effect wood worktops. There are spaces for a dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer and range cooker and from here there is a door out to the boot room and an Oak door opening into the lobby/cloak room with walk in pantry.
LOBBY/CLOAK ROOM 1.64m x 1.52m (5ft4 x 4ft11)
With a side window there is space for a fridge/freezer, cloaks and a door opens to the pantry
WALK IN PANTRY 1.52m x 1.5m (4ft11 x 4ft11)
What a useful space to have, this walk-in pantry has fitted shelving and plenty of room for supplies.
REAR LOBBY/BOOT ROOM 2.27m x 1.5m ( 7ft5 x 4ft11)
boot room which has windows to two side aspects and back door leading to the garden.
LANDING 4.04m x 1.94m (13ft3 x 6ft4)
The turned wood balustrade staircase extends across the landing where there is a cupboard housing a Vaillant gas combi boiler and doors leading to each room.
BEDROOM ONE 5.26m x 3.38m (17ft3 x 11ft1)
With three windows sharing each aspect this most generously sized bedroom with an adjoining dressing enjoys both pleasant views and plenty of natural light.
DRESSING AREA 2.58m plus wardrobes x 2.51m (8ft5 x 8ft2)
Being open plan to bedroom this dressing area has four built in double wardrobes or ample space to incorporate a shower room if preferred.
BEDROOM TWO 4.31m x 3.67m (14ft1 x 12ft)
Both bedrooms two and three are pretty much equal in size but this one faces south and therefore out across the private road.
BEDROOM THREE 4.3m x 3.68m (14ft1 x 12ft)
This rear facing double room has an access point to loft and enjoys views down the garden.
BEDROOM FOUR 4.04m x 1.91m (13ft3 x 6ft3)
Currently used as a playroom this bedroom has two windows facing the front.
FAMILY SHOWER ROOM 3.07m x 1.16m (10ft x 3ft9)
This shower room has been fully tiled and fitted in stylish modern white suite that comprises a walk in double shower with low profile tray and rainhead shower, a wall mounted hand basin and a circular close coupled wc.
As mentioned the property occupies a well-maintained plot that approaches an impressive 2 Acres and has a steady width of approx. 110`. The front in and out driveway is enclosed by a substantial decorative brick wall that incorporates spaces for 2 sets of double gates together with a separate pedestrian gate. The driveway provides extensive parking and access to the first double garage and also double gates that provide vehicular rear access leading up to the outbuildings.
DOUBLE GARAGE 5.79m x 4.7m (18ft11 x 15ft5)
There is a twin up and over door, power and light together with a side window and personal door. Attached to the rear of this garage is a separate store area which measures 3.77m x 3.03m and incorporates an enclosed GARDEN WC.
This extensive garden commences with a large flagstone paved patio which provides several defined seating areas and has a retaining privet hedge giving a lovely subtle feeling of enclosure before the formal lawns that could accommodate two rational paddocks and a manage if equestrian facilities are required.
Extending to the side of the gardens is a brick paved drive and turning point that lead upto the newly constructed outbuildings that comprise of the following.
DETACHED GARDEN STORE 5.79m x 4.82m (18ft11 x 15ft9)
This timber-built store on a brick plinth has both twin swing doors and a single pedestrian door.
DETACHED WORKSHOP AND OFFICE
With gas radiator heating, hot and cold water, inset downlighters, 4 windows and 4 skylight windows this is a warm and naturally light environment to work in. There are three defined areas adjoining each other that measure 5.39m x 2.77m, 5.39m x 2.75m and a workshop area 5.62m x 3.26 that also has an electric roller door and external water tap and power points.
"L" SHAPED OAK FRAMED BARN
Designed to accommodate 6/7 cars this a stunning clay tiled roof building with electric heating and LED lighting has a part vaulted ceiling with skylight windows projecting sun light onto the exposed internal Oak frame. It goes without saying this building could be utilised in many alternative ways such as a leisure complex or stabling, should additional garaging not be required.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
A bit of history: At the beginning of the 20th century, Homesteads Ltd of the Strand in London bought the estate of `Ramsden Hall` along with part of the `Ramsden Park` estate, and the village of Ramsden Bellhouse as we know it now, was born.
It was originally built as a `bungalow estate` with only a few detached houses dotted here and there. There were several different optional designs - I have a few prints of the original flyers which make interesting reading - with prices from £275!!
Many of the houses you see now in the village started life as these bungalows and have been greatly extended out of all recognition, although a few retain the angled front room, which helps identify them.
Most of the plots were an acre, but some buyers bought two or more to create Smallholdings, hence why there are a real mixture of plot sizes throughout the village.
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