Downstairs

Kitchen

There is a large stone tiled Kitchen/Breakfast Room named “The Mc Kitchen”, so called because it's lined with pictures of the “Mc.Coo” family of Steven Brown art fame. Refurbished in industrial/traditional style, it has an adjacent utility room; the two providing a well-equipped and spacious setting where family and friends can relax and share their culinary creativity! There's a new large Smeg range cooker with two ovens and multiple burners, a food processor, electric whisk/mixer and a full-sized kitchen mixer to hand as well as the other appliances you would expect to find. The contemporary log burner in the rustic brick chimney recess will keep the room toasty on the coldest of winter evenings. There's a blue tooth amplifier connected to quality wall mounted speakers to enjoy your favourite sounds. Up to two high chairs are available on request.

 

 

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Dining Room

The dining room at the front of the house has a large bay window and houses the large hard wood refectory table that seats fourteen diners allowing a large group to dine together. From here a door leads out onto the raised decking area so that on warmer days it becomes an extension to the eating area. A Bluetooth party speaker with Karaoke microphone is here for those in a party mood!

 

 

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Lounge

The main lounge has a large bay window to the front and comfortable seating for up to nine adults, and bean bags for children. There's a 42-inch smart TV with surround-sound DVD player, and a small selection of DVDs.

 

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Cloakroom

From the back entrance hall there's a door to the metro-tiled cloakroom with traditional Victorian style W/C with high level cistern with chain, and a hand wash basin.  

 

 

The Snug

At the end of the corridor is the snug. There's a two-seater sofa, bean bags, and a small table and chairs with colouring pencils and paper for younger children, whilst the older ones can use the wall mounted flat screen TV to plug in computer games with the right connections. On the shelving unit there's a choice of games for all ages. There are also double doors leading to the decking area so the adults can relax on the deck whilst the children are close by and happily occupied.

 

 

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