4 Bedrooms / 2 Bathrooms / 3 Reception
Pretty Manx Stone 4 Bed Detached House Circa 1850's in a Highly Regarded Area.
Perfectly Located to Enjoy the Many Facilities of Tynwald Mills Complex.
Well Proportioned Accommodation, Well Maintained by the Current Owners.
3 Reception Rooms & Country Style Kitchen with Aga & Basement Store.
3 Double Bedrooms & Large Family Bathroom to the 1st Floor.
A Further Spacious Attic Bedroom, Shower Room & Undecorated Attic Room.
Oil Fired Heating & Timber Framed Sash Windows - Primarily Double Glazed.
Private Enclosed Lawned Gardens with Vegetable Beds & Garden Shed.
Large Garage / Workshop with High Level Storage. Ample Off Road Parking.
* A SUPERB FAMILY HOME - EARLY VIEWINGS RECOMMENDED *
From Douglas travel west along the TT course continuing straight ahead at the Ballacraine crossroads. Continue through the village of St Johns, passing the Arboretum and turning right directly after Tynwald Hill. Follow the road along taking a right turn into Tynwald Mills country shopping complex. Continue past the shops and the lane leading to the properties private entrance will be observed on the right hand side.
Canopied porch and reclaimed wooden entrance door with beautiful inset leaded lights.
Picture rail. Telephone point. An attractive staircase with a window at the half landing provides an excellent degree of natural light. Smoke detector.
Lounge 3.71m (12'2") min x 3.66m (12'0")
A beautifully light room with two timber framed, double glazed sash windows enjoying garden views, one having original panelling. Tiled open grate fireplace with a wooden surround. Deep cornice and picture rail. TV point.
Sitting Room 3.45m (11'4") min x 3.10m (10'2")
A similar duel aspect room located to the rear of the property and having a modern feature fireplace with an inset electric fire and traditional style wooden surround. Picture rail and dado.
Dining Room 3.76m (12'4") x 3.61m (11'10") min
A generously proportioned room adjacent to the kitchen, again enjoying garden views via two sliding sash windows. Feature stove with a wooden surround. Ceiling rose and picture rail. Panelled doorway to the kitchen.
Kitchen 4.04m (13'3") max x 3.05m (10'0")
A spacious room featuring a stone chimney piece and wooden mantel surrounding an oil fired 'Aga' with two ovens and a matching boiler which serves the central heating and hot water system. Fitted with a range of medium oak fronted wall, base, drawer and display units together with laminate worksurfaces and contrasting background tiling. Butlers sink with a modern lever mixer tap. Space for a dishwasher, fridge, and washing machine. Wood effect floor covering. Timber framed double glazed sash window. Pull up airing rack. Door and steps down to a good size cellar. A half glazed stable style door leads to the rear porch.
Having a polycarbonate roof, double glazed timber framed windows and a further half double glazed stable style wooden door which leads out to the drive. Night light.
Picture rail. Smoke detector. Stairs with a window at the half landing continue to the second floor.
Open Study Area
A spacious area with a double glazed, timber framed sash window and original panelling. Formerly a separate room which could easily be reinstated.
Bedroom 1 3.71m (12'2") min x 3.35m (11'0")
A generous double room with a timber framed double glazed window enjoying a pleasant outlook over the neighbors paddock. Original cast iron fireplace with open grate. Picture rail.
Bedroom 2 3.91m (12'10") min x 3.71m (12'2")
A superb room which could accommodate a 6ft bed if required. Original cast iron fireplace and wooden surround (currently unused). A timber framed, double glazed sash window to the front with original panelling. Picture rail.
Bedroom 3 3.86m (12'8") min x 3.73m (12'3")
A further spacious double room with two windows, one of which has the original panelling in situ. Original open grate fireplace with a wooden surround (currently unused). Ample space for free standing furniture. Picture rail.
Family Bathroom 3.81m (12'6") x 3.35m (11'0")
A superb, naturally bright and spacious room which retains the original free standing cast iron bath, which has been carefully restored on behalf of the current owners. A large modern quadrant enclosure houses the fully plumbed shower with easy care aqua-board backing. Vanity unit with an inset basin and aqua-board surround together with a low level flush WC. An original airing cupboard houses the insulated hot water cylinder. The rear facing timber framed, double glazed window enjoys a pleasant rural outlook. Coved ceiling. Wall mounted glass shelving. Space for a free standing unit.
SECOND FLOOR LANDING
Having exposed beams.
Bedroom 4 5.05m (16'7") x 3.73m (12'3")
A charming room with exposed beams and purlins resulting in a high angled ceiling. Natural light via a 'Velux' roof light and timber framed, double glazed dormer window. Concealed eaves storage areas the front and rear. Ample space for a 'Superking' size or twin beds.
Having a sloping ceiling to the rear. Fitted with a large tiled enclosure with glass sliding doors, housing a fully plumbed, thermostatically controlled shower. Vanity unit with a top mounted basin and WC.
Attic Store Room 4.95m (16'3") x 3.81m (12'6")
An undecorated room which has been plastered and is fully floored. Dormer window and 'Velux'. Exposed beams. Open eaves.
The house is approached via a side driveway which leads to a large detached garage / workshop and parking area.
Enclosed mature lawned gardens to the side and rear with colourful shrubs and plants. Wooden shed. Vegetable beds.
Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central heating.
Fitted carpets, floor coverings and light fittings.
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