In addition, there is a beautiful approach through electric gates onto a long tree-lined driveway which opens into a vast parking area immediately in front of the property together with integral double garage. There are hard-wood double-glazed sash windows, a gas central heating system, heat exchange system, monitored alarm, and majority underfloor heating. Briefly comprising to the ground floor: entrance hall, downstairs w.c., living room, dining room, dining kitchen, utility room, sitting room, study, kitchenette, bedroom five and en-suite. First floor landing leading to: four bedrooms, with two being en-suite, and family bathroom.
A large timber panelled door opens into the entrance hall. This has a frosted double-glazed window above the door providing natural light. There are three ceiling light points, inset ceiling downlighter, ceiling coving, and a cupboard housing the manifold system for the underfloor heating. To one side an oak staircase with oak spindles and low-level LED lights rises to the first floor. From the hallway, access can be gained to the following rooms:-
5.56m x 4.62m (18'3" x 15'2")
A well-proportioned principal reception room which has two sash windows providing the room with plenty of natural light and enjoying a delightful aspect over the property’s grounds. There are two ceiling light points, ceiling coving and as the main focal point of the room there is an impressive stone fireplace which is home to a gas stove which rests on a stone bevelled-edge hearth. The living room is approached through twin oak panelled and frosted glazed doors from the entrance hall, and to the far side of the room there are two sets of twin oak panelled and frosted glazed doors providing access to the study and sitting room
3.35m x 1.91m (11'0" x 6'3")
With Velux double-glazed window, ceiling light point and having fitted furniture including cupboards, drawers, a desk and recessed display shelving.
4.57m x 3.18m (15'0" x 10'5")
This has a bank of double-glazed windows enjoying, once again, a lovely aspect over the property’s grounds. There is a ceiling light point, exposed stonework and fitted with a Gazco coal-effect gas stove which rests on a bevelled-edge stone hearth. This area of the house could be utilised as a self-contained annex as there is a kitchenette off, together with double bedroom and en-suite.
3.12m x 1.83m (10'3" x 6'0")
This has a Velux double-glazed window, inset LED downlighters, extractor fan and fitted with a range of cream Shaker-style base and wall cupboards, drawers, contrasting over-lying timber-effect worktops with tiled splashbacks. There is an inset one-and-a-half bowl single drainer, stainless steel sink with chrome mixer-tap, and under-counter space for a fridge.
4.01m measured to wardrobes x 3.43m (13'2" measure
A double room with timber and glazed French doors looking out over the property’s grounds, there are two ceiling light points and a bank of fitted floor-to-ceiling part mirror-fronted wardrobes and drawers.
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM TO BEDROOM FIVE
3.43m x 1.65m (11'3" x 5'5")
This has been specifically designed to cater for disabled access and has a Velux double-glazed window, two ceiling light points, extractor fan, floor-to-ceiling tiled walls, wall light and shaver socket, electric bathroom radiator with thermostat, timer facility and towel rail, and fitted with a large shower which, once again, has disabled access and is fitted with a Bristan electric shower fitting. There are twin pedestal wash hand basins, each having a chrome monobloc tap and collar, and a wall-hung Grohe automated w.c. with wash-and-dry facility
4.14m x 4.19m (13'7" x 13'9")
This is situated adjacent to the living room and is accessed through oak panelled and frosted glazed doors. There are two sealed-unit double-glazed sash windows looking out over the grounds, ceiling light point, and ceiling coving. To one elevation there is an oak-panelled wall with delph rack together with a feature stone fireplace which is home to a Nestor Martin coal-effect gas stove resting on a stone hearth. There is oak flooring, and two wall light points.
4.75m x 4.80m (15'7" x 15'9")
With a sealed-unit double-glazed sash window to the side elevation and two pairs of timber and sealed-unit double-glazed French doors, all of which provide the room with lots of natural light in addition to enjoying a wonderful aspect over the grounds. There are inset LED downlighters, and Amtico flooring. The room is fitted with a range of cream base and wall cupboards and drawers which are complimented by over-lying timber-effect worktops. There is a serving hatch, glazed display cupboards with glass shelving and down lighters, housing for an American-style fridge/freezer and, central to the room, there is an L-shaped island unit which matches the kitchen with its cream cupboards and drawers. These are complimented by over-lying granite worktops with an inset one-and-a-half bowl single-drainer stainless-steel sink with waste disposal and brushed stainless-steel mixer tap, integrated dishwasher, five-burner AEG gas hob with stainless-steel and glass extractor hood over. There is also an AEG integrated stainless-steel double oven and an AEG stainless-steel microwave oven. To one side there is an oak panelled and frosted glazed door which provides access to the utility room.
3.58m x 2.06m (11'9" x 6'9")
This has a sealed unit double-glazed sash window. Again, this room enjoys a lovely aspect over the property’s grounds. There are a range of cream Shaker-style base and wall cupboards, drawers, contrasting timber-effect worktops with tiled splashbacks, and an inset one-and-a-half bowl white pot sink with brushed stainless- steel mixer tap. There is under-counter space for a washing machine and tumble dryer together with a cupboard housing a Worcester gas-fired central heating boiler. There are inset LED downlighters, and a courtesy door giving access to the double garage.
1.88m x 1.09m (6'2" x 3'7")
With inset ceiling downlighters, tiled walls to dado height, Amtico flooring, extractor fan, and a suite comprising pedestal wash basin and low-flush w.c.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
The landing has inset ceiling downlighters, and three Velux double-glazed windows which flood this area with natural light. There is loft access from the landing, and access can be gained to the following rooms:-
4.62m x 4.32m (15'2" x 14'2")
A double room with two sealed-unit double-glazed sash windows looking out over the grounds. There are inset ceiling downlighters, ceiling coving, and to one side a door gives access to an en-suite shower room.
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM TO BEDROOM ONE
4.62m x 1.27m (15'2" x 4'2")
With inset ceiling downlighters, extractor fan, floor-to-ceiling tiled walls, Karndean flooring, two wall lights, shaver socket, chrome ladder-style heated towel rail, and fitted with a suite comprising twin pedestal wash basins, bidet, low-flush w.c. and large shower cubicle with sliding door and chrome shower fitting.
2.57m x 2.31m (8'5" x 7'7")
With frosted sealed-unit double-glazed window, inset ceiling downlighters, extractor fan, floor-to-ceiling tiled walls, Karndean flooring, wall light, shaver socket, chrome ladder-style heated towel rail and fitted with a suite comprising: timber-panelled bath with chrome Grohe shower fitting over, pedestal wash basin, bidet and low-flush w.c.
4.14m x 4.27m (13'7" x 14'0")
A double room with two sealed-unit double-glazed sash windows looking out over the grounds. There are inset ceiling downlighters, and ceiling coving. There is a bank of fitted floor-to-ceiling oak- fronted wardrobes and drawers and to one side an oak panelled door gives access to an en-suite shower room.
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM TO BEDROOM TWO
2.44m x 1.37m (8'0" x 4'6")
With inset ceiling downlighters, extractor fan, floor-to-ceiling tiled walls, Karndean flooring, chrome ladder-style heated towel rail, shaver-socket and fitted with a suite comprising: corner pedestal wash basin, corner low-flush w.c., bidet and shower cubicle with bi-fold door and Mira Sport shower fitting.
3.25m x 2.44m (10'8" x 8'0")
With sealed-unit double-glazed sash window looking out over the grounds, there is a ceiling light point and ceiling coving.
4.70m x 2.26m (15'5" x 7'5")
Having two double-glazed sash windows, with a lovely aspect over the property’s grounds, and with far-reaching views. There is a ceiling light point and loft access.
The property is approached through stone gate posts with video entry and sliding wrought-iron electric gate. The initial drive is cobbled with a long tree-lined Tarmac section leading to a vast parking area in front of the house with turning circle, period lighting and a double garage.
5.97m x 5.97m£ (19'7" x 19'7£)
This has an electric sectional door, courtesy door to the utility room,
power and light.
The property overlooks two-and-a-half acres of stunning formal gardens which, in the main, have been created by the current owners with the assistance of garden designer Paul Green.
Certain trees were already in existence including Oak, English and Irish Yew, and a Copper Beech. There is a wonderful Japanese garden, large lawned areas, and a wide variety of flowers and shrubs.
The garden is walled from the road-side giving a high degree of privacy whilst to the opposing side a lower dry stone wall allows views over surrounding Green Belt.
A detached outbuilding includes implement store/ride-on mower store, kitchen with w.c. and a garden room with w.c.
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The property has a gas central heating system with underfloor heating throughout, with the exception of bedroom five and its en-suite which have electric heating. There is also a heat exchange system with standard and summer by-pass settings.
The property has hard wood sealed-in double-glazed sash windows.
The property has an electronic sewage unit which has been serviced annually for the main house, and a septic tank for the outbuilding.
The main house has a monitored alarm system, and the outbuilding is also alarmed.
From the centre of Warley Village, by the Maypole public house, proceed along Stock Lane and continue through the road- narrowing section with the 30 mph speed limit sign where the entrance to Warley House will be found shortly thereafter on the right-hand side.
Within planning obligations for a 25-year period from the date of completion of the dwelling house, persons are allowed to visit the formal gardens which shall be not less than six times per year.
(Further details regarding the planning obligations can be supplied
by our office upon request)