Kirkdale House was built circa 1706, this handsome detached property has five bedrooms and retains plenty of period character throughout. There are sash windows and exposed timber beams, with smart and stylish décor complementing the light and airy reception rooms.
The ground floor accommodation comprises of the main ground floor reception room, which is the splendid dual aspect sitting room, with its fireplace that is fitted with a wood burning stove, and built-in shelving and storage. Across the hallway is a generously proportioned dining room with cast-iron fireplace and attractive tiled surround and ceiling rose which is the perfect setting for a more formal dining. Leading off the dining room is the useful utility room that leads out to the garden.
The kitchen and breakfast room has stylish units in cream to base and wall level with a Rangemaster, dishwasher, fridge-freezer and washing machine with plenty of space for a breakfast table. Giving this room its rustic charm is the ceiling with its exposed beams and floorboards.
Lastly a cosy snug with separate staircase and a downstairs cloakroom completes this floor.
On the first floor there are five double bedrooms, including the spacious dual aspect principal bedroom with en-suite shower room. Three of the five bedrooms benefit from fitted storage including the principal bedroom. There is also a family bathroom as well as a separate WC. Concluding the first floor is the impressive family room/bedroom 5 with its vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and original stone walls.