Believed to date back to the mid-1850s Rose Villa is constructed of stone under a pitched slate roof and provides spacious and very well appointed accommodation over two storeys. The front door opens into a vestibule and on to the …
Believed to date back to the mid-1850s Rose Villa is constructed of stone under a pitched slate roof and provides spacious and very well appointed accommodation over two storeys. The front door opens into a vestibule and on to the lounge which is wonderfully light and has a wood burning stove with a timber mantle. Off the lounge is a hallway with stairs to the first floor, and a door to a light and airy sitting room with an open fire and a study which has an outlook over the surrounding countryside to the south. There is a generously sized kitchen with an excellent range of solid Maple floor and wall units, an AGA and an integrated dishwasher. Double doors open to a conservatory/dining room with a door out to the garden and electric Sanderson blinds over the windows. Also off the kitchen is a boot room giving access to the driveway, a utility room and a W.C.. Part way up the staircase it splits to a generously sized bedroom and en suite bathroom on the left. Continuing up the stairs, a landing gives access to two good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Overall, the house has a light and welcoming atmosphere with a number of fine features and high quality fittings including tall ceilings, cornicing, ceiling roses, timber shutters, fireplaces and Amtico flooring in the kitchen and boot room. A number of the rooms also look out over the beautiful southerly views.
The house sits within a good sized and well-tended garden which includes an area of lawn and various beds and borders with a range of mature plants and shrubs. A gravelled driveway to the side of the house provides ample space for parking in addition to a timber garage.
To the south of the property is additional land of about an acre which may be available for purchase by separate negotiation.