Balcombe House is one of a pair of attractive Victorian cottages set amongst open countryside but close to the edge of the village of Great Canfield. The building is conventionally constructed in brickwork with part tiled hung elevations and is set under a tiled roof. There have been some extensions to the property which includes a glazed summer room at the back of the house which links to the kitchen.
The accommodation is shown on the floor plan and includes an entrance lobby, a drawing room and a dining room both with wood burning stoves and window shutters. There is a well fitted kitchen with an induction hob and electric oven, dishwasher, a Franke modern one and a half bowl sink, and a recess for an upright fridge/freezer. Adjoining the kitchen there is a utility room with a water softener and next to this room, a pantry with light. The kitchen opens up to the family room/conservatory which is glazed on two sides and has doors to the garden. On the first floor there are two large double bedrooms, one with an en suite, a smaller double bedroom and a single bedroom (4 in total). There is a shower room serving three bedrooms.
Outside, the garden lies beside the property and is approximately 150’ and includes two significant areas of parking, one immediately in front of the property and one halfway down the garden with a field gate which leads to a double garage. The gardens are very much a feature with a terrace at the back of the house, a very well established flower and shrub borders, there is also a vegetable patch. The garden backs onto open farmland and has an irrigation system.