Foxgloves is an impressive and well-presented five-bedroom family home arranged over three floors with attractive period features, including timber beams, oak flooring and cast iron radiators.
The accommodation flows from a welcoming oak porch and reception hall and includes three main reception rooms. The 24ft sitting room with engineered oak flooring has an imposing brick-built fireplace, fitted with a wood burning stove and double doors that open into the light and airy garden room with panoramic windows and vaulted ceiling, timber beams, and south facing views of the terrace and garden. There is also a formal dining room, and to the rear, an open-plan kitchen and breakfast room with York flagged stone flooring and a beamed ceiling. The kitchen has bespoke Shaker-style units from Newcastle Furniture Company with a Belfast sink, a Mercury Range Cooker and central island with seating. The breakfast room has doors out to the terrace, and a fabulous feature range offers ample space for a large farmhouse table. The ground floor is complete with a utility with a Belfast sink and space for a washing machine and dryer, also a useful larder.
The bespoke staircase, designed by a local blacksmith leads to three double bedrooms on the first floor, including the luxury principal bedroom, with a south-facing balcony, dressing room, large en-suite bathroom and sauna. There are two further double bedrooms on the first floor, while both the first and second floors have family bathrooms with free standing slipper baths.