An impressive and technologically, cutting edge modern house of traditional style set within a stunning location on the edge of the popular hamlet of Wellow, within a 5 minute drive of Yarmouth
Treasure Cottage was built in 2000 and is of a traditional high quality construction with a fabulous mix of old and new technologies throughout this most interesting architect designed property. Triple glazing, thatched roof, underfloor heating throughout, slate flooring, oak doors and window frames, a fabulous open plan living space with touches of modern industrial steelwork and beams are among the inspiring aspects of this carefully and highly meticulously crafted detached house. This really is an impressive piece of modernist architecture, well suited to those seeking an alternative type of house. There are two double bedrooms in the main house, one with en-suite and both bedrooms have built in wardrobes and one bedroom in the annex with an en-suite. A large utility room leads just off the kitchen and a ground floor WC. All of the bathrooms and bedrooms are neutrally decorated. A significant feature of Treasure Cottage is a stunning open plan sitting room/kitchen diner with vaulted ceilings, clever lighting and two wall mounted gas fires at one end. This provides for an impressive entertaining area with great proportions. Steel stairs lead up to a large galleried office that enjoys an impressive aspect over this large internal space and views outside.
There is excellent potential for a self-contained annex at one end of the house and scope (subject to obtaining any necessary consents) to create a further bedroom or accommodation; by way of incorporating the integral single garage.
The property is located in a stunning hamlet with fine views across paddocks and its own formal, low maintenance garden. There is access to miles of footpaths from this property and there are also good horse rides close by.
Befitting the main house, the garden is very well landscaped and allows for simple maintenance. It’s a good sized plot, and there is no grass to mow. A striking selection of plants emerge from the gravelled areas allowing for a wonderful and private garden. There is a pergola in one corner of the plot which is situated on slightly elevated land and gives a lovely aspect over this well designed and minimalist garden.
A high quality timber framed outbuilding with garaging is located to the right of the drive which could be used as a workshop, if required. One side is currently used as a store and there is a further log store at the end.
SERVICES Mains water and electricity and private drainage by way of a clougester serve the property.
POSTCODE PO41 0UJ
VIEWINGS Strictly by appointment only with the selling agents, Spence Willard.
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