Plompton Road, Follifoot

£5,000 pcm
(fees apply)
An all too infrequent opportunity to rent this magnificent conversion of a former grain store, which provides a superb family house with a contemporary feel, set in amongst open countryside with far ranging views. The property has been designed to an exacting standard and is equipped with ground source heat pump and exceptional energy performance, along with double glazing and CCTV. The 5 bedroomed, 4 bathroomed accommodation, is suited to a variety of family living styles and offers very flexible accommodation. There is a magnificent master bedroom suite with large windows overlooking views to the east and spacious en suite facilities and dressing rooms. The exterior of the property has security gates and has been landscaped to take advantage of the location. An internal inspection is advised to fully appreciate the high quality of the build and design. This is a superb family home.

Our next auction is on 8 March 2018

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