Guide price £1,425,000
A date stone on the rear of the house states that it was "Purchased by Jonathan Hulls 1729, Rebuilt by Richard Hulls 1829". Jonathan Hulls was the inventor of the steam tugboat. The house has been the subject of a recent scheme of complete renovation and extension. It is exceptionally well presented throughout making the best use of its period features whilst adding highly contemporary bathroom and kitchen fittings. The whole has been put together with great style and panache. Throughout there are substantial oak internal doors and polished oak flooring runs throughout the kitchen, dining and sitting rooms. The drawing room has elegant dado panelling and a fireplace with woodburner stove. The dining room has a through fireplace to the sitting room beyond, again fitted with a a wood burner. Both have openings to the dramatic green oak framed kitchen extension. This is beautifully fitted with fitted painted wooden units, marble work tops and huge island with integerated sink, dishwasher and freezer. There is a full length fridge and gas AGA with electric companion cooker. In adddition on the ground floor there is a utility room and cloakroom. The cloakroom has access to the cellar. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, single bedroom (currently used as a study) and an attractive shower room. The master bedroom suite occupies the whole of the second floor and is one of the most luxurious features of the house. The huge bathroom has a jacuzzi bath, large glazed shower cubicle, twin basins, and hiddem w.c. and bidet. Impressive king post roof trusses are mirrored in the master bedroom and the generous dressing room beyond. To the side of the house there is a gravelled parking area leading to a garage with work shop behind. The garden enjoys lovely views, through trees, to open fields and is siimply laid out to lawn with various stone flagged terraces and eating areas.
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