The main entrance to the house is from the top drive by the carport. A Cornish stone front porch with a modern front door makes a dramatic first impression. Entering the house there is a strong sense of quality, design and style. A brightly coloured entrance hall with a flagstone floor leads through to the semi-open plan kitchen, dining room and sitting room. Each area is well defined, the kitchen having a breakfast peninsula separating it from the dining room, while a feature half wall divides the dining area from the sitting room. The kitchen is a mix of modern and traditional with a range of white cabinetry with granite counter tops around a Smeg dual oven, six-burner range cooker. There is an integral dishwasher and space for a large free standing fridge/freezer. The dining area overlooks the sitting room and has a feature built- in shelving unit and a window overlooking the garden, in addition to the low stone wall dividing the sitting and dining rooms. A couple of steps lead down to the sitting room which is tri-aspect with windows overlooking the side and rear gardens and two pairs of French doors which open onto the balcony to the front. This is a bright and sunny room with a good sized seating area around the central feature fireplace with wood burner, stone surround and slate hearth. The adjoining balcony affords lovely views over the grounds of the house along with distant views over Lerryn River. A study, off the entrance hall, has its own balcony with countryside views. This is a useful room as it could be an occasional fourth bedroom. Finally on this floor there is a fully plumbed utility room with a sink and built-in cabinetry, as well as a cloakroom with toilet and corner sink.
Downstairs two of the three bedrooms each have built-in wardrobes and French doors opening to a shared patio area. The master bedroom suite is very generous with built- in wardrobes in addition to a large dressing room with useful storage. The master suite, most uniquely, has doors leading to a private garden room with windows to three sides overlooking the gardens. This would be an ideal studio or gym, or alternately a private sunny room to quietly relax in. The master suite has its own en-suite shower room. There is also a family bathroom for the use of the two other bedrooms on this floor.
Below the house is a garage with a newly replaced garage door and matching pedestrian door. This is a large garage with room for a workshop within and has the benefit of a sink. An oak frame double carport set behind the house is an attractive building and has a stone faced store room set within. The carport and garage offer plenty of opportunity for any car-enthusiasts, or those with leisure equipment such as small boats, kayaks or caravans etc.
The layout of this charming and stylish reverse-level house offers enormous benefit for ease of access and use, particularly with the carport and parking area being set on high ground in line with the front door and main living areas.