A handsome and well-presented period semi-detached house with super period detail in its spacious reception rooms and bedrooms. These features contrast very attractively with a striking contemporary kitchen at the rear of the house. Five bedrooms, two bathrooms, three reception rooms, kicchen, WC and a cellar
Exquisite period detail abounds in its spacious reception rooms and bedrooms, and these features contrast very attractively with a striking contemporary kitchen at the rear of the house.
The balance between reception space and number of bedrooms is just right, with a double length sitting room, a breakfast room, and kitchen dining room on the ground floor sharing space with five bedrooms on the upper floors.
The owners have meticulously cared for the house over the years, with careful maintenance and thoughtful updating evident throughout.
The result is a wonderfully appealing family home.
The moment one enters this beautiful home the attention to detail is evident - beautiful exposed wooden floors in the hall, with lovely cornicing and original decorative arch above.
The double length sitting/family room is a welcoming, large room with highly impressive bay window at the front and lovely French doors out to the back garden, as well as all the original period detail one could hope for. Beyond this is an appealing breakfast room with window to the side as well as a door out to the side of the house and central fireplace. The striking contemporary kitchen at the rear is a wonderful surprise with a cathedral ceiling and two sets of double doors that meet in the corner and open right up to the terrace to transform it into an inside/outside room.
On the first floor there are three super bedrooms, a family bathroom and a separate W.C. The second floor is entirely original but has been upgraded to produce two further good bedrooms, one with large en-suite shower room. There is a full sized boarded loft above this for storage.
This handsome property has a practical side too, with eaves storage on the second floor and a large cellar used as a workshop. The coal cellar is kept well stocked for the open fireplace in the sitting room.
Recent works include some window replacements, new wooden floors in the hallway and a plumbing upgrade.
Beyond the impressive kitchen, the raised terrace shares the same tiled floor to create a seamless area for entertaining when the weather allows.
Steps lead down to a most attractive, lawned garden at the rear, and from here there is side access round to the front.
EPC rating D