Occupying an exceptional rural location with stunning panoramic views over rolling countryside, a well presented country property with a pleasing free-flowing and flexible layout. Also benefitting from a lovely garden of about 0.56 acres & double garaging.
Chancels Croft is an impressive chalet bungalow that offers well-presented and light ccommodation with a free-flowing and versatile layout that benefits from spectacular views over the surrounding undulating countryside and towards neighbouring Milden Church. The property is well presented throughout incorporating a superb open plan sitting/dining room which connects to the library/study, conservatory and kitchen. The kitchen/breakfast room, which opens onto the garden, is attractively fitted with custom built units, granite worksurfaces, a double oven, dishwasher, hob and extractor oven. There is a ground floor bedroom, which could alternatively be used as a study/snug, and an adjoining shower room. On the first floor there are 2 double bedrooms which include a wonderful master bedroom suite with truly stunning far reaching views. There is also a family bathroom. Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate this lovely property as well as its beautiful setting and wonderful views.
The property is approached over a gravelled driveway leading to a 5-bar gate set in post and rail fencing which opens onto the parking courtyard in front of the double cartlodge. The front garden is laid to lawn interspersed with a variety of trees and spring bulbs. To the front boundary there is a row of conifer trees and a central front gate leads onto a stepping stone path bordered either side by daffodils leading to a paved terrace to the front of the house. This wraps round to the south westerly aspect of the property where again there is a paved terrace that adjoins the conservatory. The path then leads to a west facing alfresco
dining terrace to the rear of the house – there are amazing views from here. Steps lead down to the principal lawn that is enclosed by mixed hedging and bordered by well stocked flower and shrub beds with mature trees including a sycamore and eucalyptus. From the side and rear there are outstanding views over the adjoining countryside. Beyond the double cartlodge there is a greenhouse and an area concealing the Calor gas.