A spacious family home with mature gardens and small holding extending to just over 7 acres.
A modern and spacious family home with mature gardens and additional land extending to just over 7 acres.
6 bedrooms • 2 bathrooms • 3 reception rooms • Downstairs W.C • Garage • Over 7 acres (sts)
359 Oilmills Road is set back from the road and feels particularly private with a screen of eucalyptus trees to the front aspect. Approached via a gated gravel driveway, the property is of good proportions and offers well considered and arranged accommodation over 3 floors.
The grand entrance hall is a notable feature with solid oak flooring which continues throughout principle rooms on the ground floor. The sitting room is spacious and bright and opens into the conservatory, which in turn provides access to the rear garden; this creates a fantastic entertaining space, particularly throughout the spring / summer months.
With a well-appointed kitchen breakfast room which is supported by a separate utility room and dining room, the configuration really does lend itself to modern family living and really must be inspected to be truly appreciated. The kitchen breakfast room and utility both open onto a timber decked area which provides a pleasant seating area for al fresco dining.
Across the two upper levels, there are 6 double bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, one of which is an en-suite to the Master.
The property sits beautifully within its original plot and since the current owners acquisition of the property, it now benefits from an additional 7 acres of land.
The rear garden is enclosed and largely private and is made up of a decked area adjacent to the house, lawn, kitchen garden and a number of shrubs and trees including peach and apricot. To the side of the property, and accessible from the front and the rear, there is a large double garage / workshop with remote control electric roller doors.
The additional 7 acres comprises post and rail fenced paddocks, a copse which is predominantly made up of Rowan and Sycamore with a variety of other species in addition. Beyond the Copse, on the approach to the paddocks, you will find a young orchard with an abundance of fruit trees from plums to pears and apples to walnuts, a 90ft poly tunnel and large redwood timber barn measuring 5.2m x 8.197m which could quite easily be used as stabling.
I) We are advised by our client that the biomass boiler attracts an annual Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive of approximately £2900 which will continue to be paid for the next 6 years.
II) We are advised by our client that they are having fibre cable installed directly to the house by BT producing broadband speeds up to 300Mbps
III) There is a further 1.3 acre (sts) at the rear of the property which could be available to the new owner by separate negotiation.
Tenure – Freehold
Council Tax Band F
Rates – Drainage rates apply to the additional land
Services - Mains Electric, Biomass boiler central heating system, Septic tank / sewage treatment unit.