Recently constructed family residence | Fabulous, secluded approx. acre plot | Sought after private estate | No onward chain.
Guide Price: £1,600,000 – £1,700,000.
Delaire is a simply stunning detached family residence set in beautiful, secluded gardens of approximately an acre within the exclusive, gated estate of Furnace Wood. This recently constructed home boasts extensive and flexible living spaces and is offered to the market with no ongoing chain.
The kitchen/dining/family room is certainly the hub of the house and provides a great space to relax with friends or family. Benefiting from an extensive central island, a range of integrated appliances, range cooker and bi-folding doors opening to the rear terrace, it is complimented by a fully fitted utility room. A fabulous fireplace provides the perfect focal point for the double aspect sitting room which also has bi-folding doors which open to the rear garden. A study and cloakroom complete the ground floor.
On the first floor, an impressive galleried landing with wonderful views over the grounds to the front provides access to the bedrooms. The principal suite boasts an impressive ensuite shower room, dressing area and Juliet balcony with fabulous views of the rear garden. Bedrooms two and three share a ‘Jack and Jill’ ensuite shower room and the fourth bedroom is also a generous double and looks over the rear garden. A luxurious family bathroom with a freestanding bath and walk-in shower completes the accommodation.
Outside, solid, electric wooden gates open to a large sweeping resin driveway providing plenty of parking and turning. The secluded, south-westerly facing rear garden comprises large Indian sandstone patio with a pergola covering the seating area giving over to an expanse of lawn with mature borders.
Delaire also benefits from planning permission for the erection of a garage.
The property is freehold and the council tax band is G.
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