Upper Vann House is a remarkable detached country residence circa 1756 which has been sensitively and tastefully extended and updated by the current owners.
Period features are in abundance throughout the property with beamed high ceilings and walls marrying perfectly with the contemporary décor. Solid oak flooring extends throughout the reception rooms. Living and entertaining space is both spacious and plentiful with the sitting room housing an open fire place with views and access to the rear gardens and grounds. An open beam feature wall connects the generous entrance hall to the dining room which houses an impressive inglenook fireplace. A further notable feature is the kitchen/breakfast/family room with views over the grounds and access to the side and rear terraces. The stylishly designed kitchen has honed granite work surfaces and an AGA.
Two separate bespoke oak staircases lead to the first floor spacious landing area with a discrete study/reading area. The dual aspect principle bedroom with en-suite bath/shower room enjoys peaceful countryside views. The further four double bedrooms (one with en-suite bath/shower room) beautifully incorporate the period features and contemporary design.
The property is approached via a picturesque country lane through gently undulating countryside and sits towards the end a no through road. A gravel driveway with ample parking for several cars, along with a detached single garage sits anteriorly to the house. An ornate stone wall frames the front gardens with a path leading to the wisteria clad oak porch and entrance. The house sits within about two acres of grounds with a terrace extending from the kitchen aspect to the rear of the house with a large level lawn extending to the summer house (main water and electricity in situ). The grounds are private and peaceful with mature trees and shrubs defining the boundaries.
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Lot Acres: 2