PROPERTY Split-level property has stunning views

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12 July 2017 9:49AM

WITH stunning views, this split-level family home offers spacious living inside and is situated in a lovely tranquil setting.

Holme Crest, Mount Pleasant, Greenodd

Superb views

£399,950

Corrie and Co

(01229) 525333

To the front of the property is off road parking, to the back is lawn with mature shrubbery and trees.

From the patio, accessed from the lounge, there are terrific views across Greenodd, the estuary and hills in the distance.

Briefly the property, which has no chain, consists of one to two reception rooms, a kitchen diner, utility, two separate bathrooms, three to four bedrooms and outside a double garage (which can also be reached from inside the house) and outside a patio with lawn.

After coming through the front door walk into the upper level entrance.

A spindled staircase goes up to the master bedroom, bedroom two and a three-piece bathroom.

Seven stairs lead down to the centre of the house giving access to the kitchen diner, reception spaces and the lower bedroom.

The central feature of the lounge, complete with its fitted blinds, is a beautiful open fireplace with tiled surround, decorative mantle and slate plinth.

It is impossible to miss the gorgeous elevated views across the estuary from this room, which also has a good ceiling height with cornice and an open archway with steps which lead down into the kitchen diner.

The second reception room sits across from the main lounge and is currently used as a music room. Included in this room is a single radiator with thermostat, two double power points, a telephone point and television aerial.

The decor is of light cotton white and has a cornice.

The kitchen/diner with three double glazed windows has super outlooks over the village. Fitted with a range of modern and attractive flat fronted, matt white, base and wall units, there is a also a double sink unit with mixer tap and inset drainer.

The fitted appliances will be included in the sale.

The inclined ceiling is pine clad and the room is filled with natural light, has stunning views and space for a dining suite.

The lower hall has steps down to the lower porch, utility room and garage.

A really handy feature to this family home is that there is a cellar which runs the width of the house providing a very useful storage area as well as the utility room with stainless steel sink with taps and a wall hung electric radiator.

The traditional spindled staircase leads from the upper level entrance and provides access to bedrooms one and two and the bathroom.

Also from the first floor landing there is access to the loft.

The first floor bathroom with a double glazed window to the back is fitted with a traditional three-piece suite in white, including a low level bath with handles and a telephone tap with shower attachment.

The bathroom is also fully tiled.

The first bedroom is in a nice neutral magnolia and white with double glazed windows with fitted blinds, opening panes facing the front of the house.

As an added bonus there are fully built-in wardrobes and fabulous views to the estuary.

The second is another wonderful double room with wood framed double glazed windows facing both the side and back of the property.

Again, this is a lovely light room with great views and modern fitted built-in wardrobes. The decor is magnolia and white.

Bedroom three on the lower level has a timber frame double glazed window, opening panes, facing the back.

It is centrally located in the house across from the family shower and the kitchen/diner.

Light silver feature paper works with the natural light to make this a very pleasant room.

The family shower room has a low level flush WC, wash basin with pedestal and a shower cubicle with thermostatic shower.

There is complementary tiling of salmon and white.

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