With charm, character and noteworthy features, this lovely and well-proportioned family home is definitely worth a look.

“It has undergone various refurbishment works, including installation of sliding sash double-glazed windows, a new roof, central heating and a superb and spacious extension to the rear,” said selling agent Andrew Coulson.

“This house is designed very much for family living and is full of character, including the fireplaces, skirting boards and coving. To the rear there is a large garden, an old coach house and fabulous views across open countryside.”

Ashfield is accessed through an L-shaped porch, large enough for growing plants, and with a storage area with bench seating.

The entrance hall has part-mosaic ceramic tiled flooring, and polished timber flooring flows to the living room, where a bay window overlooks the front gardens and a feature fireplace incorporates an open fire.

This room boasts an ornate cornice ceiling and rose as does a second reception room and a study.

The superb dining family kitchen – 25ft by 17ft – is full of light from floor to ceiling windows, which enjoy fabulous garden and countryside views. There are fitted high-gloss units, integrated fridge and dishwasher, a spacious dining area with gas-fired stove to one end and a further sitting area, again with splendid views. The flooring is oak and a door opens onto steps to the gardens.

Upstairs, a half landing accommodates a shower room with walk-in shower, while off the main landing there are four double bedrooms with a mixture of original fireplaces and ceiling cornicing and polished timber flooring.

The accommodation in Ashleigh is completed by a utility room and cloakroom.

Outside, there are large front gardens and even more extensive back gardens with lawned areas, mature trees, bushes, shrubs and flower beds. Various sitting areas are sheltered by high hedging.

At the bottom of the back garden is the old coach house which is used for storage, but has conversion potential.