The property is set in a small mews style cul-de-sac and is approached via a gravel drive leading to the detached double garage.
The spacious entrance hall leads through to the double bedroom on the ground floor with en-suite facilities and there is a ground floor WC. The generous size kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with country style 'Shaker' units and a Range cooker and opens into the separate dining room. There is a further set of doors leading to the bright dual aspect sitting room with an open fireplace and double doors opening into the newly extended garden room with patio doors to the garden.
On the first floor, there are three double bedrooms and a generous family bathroom, which has been recently refitted.
Outside, the garden is enclosed principally by brick walls with separate patio areas ideal for alfresco dining and entertaining and there is a central lawn. Views towards the Downs can be enjoyed from the first floor bedrooms.
An internal inspection of this property is thoroughly recommended to appreciate the pleasant semi-rural location and the good quality accommodation on offer.
Scrippan House is one of five relatively new properties built in Old Moat Close, sympathetically designed to be in-keeping with the local rural area. The property is situated on Shripney Lane, so the property falls within a Conservation area and has a number of attractive period properties situated nearby. Recently Shripney Lane has been closed to 'through' traffic and so is now a quiet cul-de-sac.
Detached property set in a quiet cul-de-sac in a delightful semi-rural location, offering modern versatile accommodation.