Grade II Listed Georgian house, built early 18th Century.
91 Brown Street is a wonderfully unspoiled town house arranged over three floors. Grade II Listed and believed to date from the early 18th Century, the property retains endless period details on every level including working window shutters, fire places, tiled and wooden floors, and original doors. The ground floor rooms are suitably arranged for day to day living, while the first floor has a more elegant drawing room and the main bedrooms. The second floor rooms are in the roof space and are a useful addition as bedrooms or storage. From the first and second floor rooms at the front of the house there are direct views of the Cathedral spire, while the rear views are over the gardens of properties on the old Marsh Chequer.
To the rear of the property is an East facing walled garden laid mainly to lawn with a large terrace nearest the house. There are established flowerbeds, a fruit tree and a garden store. A pedestrian gate leads out to the private parking space which is accessed from St Ann Street.
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This period house has such a lovely feel, so much character and I love how close you are to the city centre and train station.Matt OrchardProperty agent