A well presented FOUR bedroom house WITH LAND which is a credit to the current owner and is positioned within this popular location close to local amenities, good schools and transport links.Accommodation comprises:Dining Room with south facing oak-framed double glazed window and radiatorSitting room with old brick fireplace, woodburner, single piece of Elm forming a mantle shelf, exposed beam, windows to North and South. Cloakroom with hand basin, toilet and bookshelf. Door (mind the step!) to: Study/Office with exposed beams, worktop, loads of plugs (surge protected system) and 2 phone lines. A big cupboard (used to be a larder) for storage and a large oak-framed window looking out over the garden. Kitchen/Breakfast room: with hand-crafted individually fitted cupboards, Rayburn, gas hob, double sink with filtered water tap, North, South and East facing oak framed windows, exposed beams. Insulated slate flooring, fully glazed door to the patio and door into large garage. Bedroom 4: Large north facing window, exposed roof beams in sloping ceiling.Bedroom 2: a South facing window and radiator. Out of here, down a step and up a step to the landing and on the left is: Bedroom 3: with a South facing window and radiator. Along the landing to the end:Bedroom 1: with South facing window and hatch in the middle of the floor which you can lift up but the ceil-ing below means you can’t drop things or jump through (shame). Also it’s under the carpet and under the bed at the moment so you can’t see it but believe me, it’s there. Door to en-suite bathroom is down a step again: Lovely little bathroom with sloping ceiling, bath, washbasin, toilet and cupboards and a window opening out onto the garden. Main bathroom: The lovely old door has been altered to accommodate the sloping ceiling and roof beam. Stripped and varnished floor, lovely big shower, door to the airing cupboard (This is also accessible from the landing). North facing window opens onto the garden so you can sit in the bath with the window open, smelling the garden flowers and listen to the birds without any worries. The large Garage contains the central heating boiler with solar facility. All utilities come through the garage. It has an up and over door, personal oak door to the front and a stable door to the patio. Beware the steps!! The Patio has a shed, roses, honeysuckle and lily of the valley; lavender and various bulbs as well as an early flowering camellia and lots of other plants. From the patio there is a bridge over the rhyne to the garden and orchard. The garden is mainly lawn, bor-dered by mixed hedging and has a Bramley apple tree, pear tree, Laxton Superb apple tree, Victoria plum and several other golden plums that I can’t name, plus several Damsons. There are various beds with shrubs and fruit and herbs in them, some raised, some not. There is also a shed currently used for storing honey equipment and a log store. The orchard has mainly cider apple trees in it, plus a cherry tree and beehives at the moment. There is a large established hedge between the orchard and the road and access from the road to the field via a field gate. It has also been partly fenced for keeping sheep.