Cottage has a a modern feel
11:54am Tuesday 19th February 2013
ROSE VILLA may look like a quintessential ivy-covered English country cottage from the outside, but step inside and you’ll soon discover that this spacious family home is more contemporary chic than country charmer.
Beautifully renovated and extended, Rose Villa effortlessly combines period charm and elegance, modern style and an exceptional location to create a versatile village home.
The ground floor accommodation comprises a snug; sitting room with double doors into an elegant conservatory which, in turn, has French doors to the patio area; drawing room; cloakroom; study; rear hall; utility room and open plan kitchen/dining area. The kitchen is fitted with an extensive range of contemporary- style high gloss units and features a central island that provides an additional informal dining area. It also has stairs leading down to two cellars, each with a vaulted ceiling.
The snug, sitting room and dining area have feature marbleeffect fireplaces housing a coal/log open grate.
Upstairs are the master bedroom suite with walk-in dressing room and en-suite shower room, five further bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master bedroom – which has views over the paddock – features exposed ceiling beams, timber flooring and underfloor heating.
Rose Villa has a south-facing garden laid mainly to lawn at the front and gardens, a parking area and a gravelled patio area to the rear. Also to the rear is a paddock of approximately 0.8 acres.
Rose Villa – in the picturesque semi-rural village of Scorton – also has a double garage. It is on the market at £650,000. For more information or for a viewing, contact Addisons Chartered Surveyors’ Richmond office on 01748 850698.