An enchanting Grade II* listed home with great scope
Occupying a central position within this exquisite early Georgian terrace, circa 1720, this atmospheric four storey family home totals over 2100 square feet (including the garden studio) and is denoted as being of special architectural and historical importance - by virtue of its grade II* listing. The house is superbly situated opposite and enjoys aspects over the lovely York House Gardens. Its gorgeous flat fronted brick facade is set behind elegant wrought iron railings and features beautifully regimented fenestration, with particularly tall windows to the first floor. Internally this period integrity is also wonderfully intact, with a number of notable features that include charming fireplaces, wall panelling, operational box window shutters and a beautiful staircase. Also of particular note is the stunning first floor drawing room that has three floor to ceiling windows overlooking the aforementioned gardens. To the rear of the house there is a delightful walled courtyard garden that has a brick built studio, that could be an ideal workshop or 'office at home'.
Whilst our client has lovingly nurtured the house over several decades it does require modernisation and presents an ideal opportunity for the next owner to stamp their exact taste and identity.
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This beautiful and atmospheric family home forms part of a delightful Georgian Terrace, where save for the exception of the occasional passing cars time could have stood stillDaniel Hutchins