An outstanding example of a classically styled four bedroom 1930's detached residence situated in Pownall Park, extending to approximately 2029 Sq ft in total.
An outstanding example of a classically styled four bedroom 1930's detached property and enjoys a favoured south facing aspect on Carwood Road. This impeccably maintained property offers light and generously proportioned accommodation which retains a number of attractive period features. The property extends to approximately 2029 Sq ft in total, whilst the property is ready to move into, there is excellent potential for prospective buyers to remodel, upgrade and extend.
Entered through a hardwood front door, the generous reception hallway with Amtico flooring and ornate panelled balustrade provides a lasting first impression. There are two formal reception rooms, to the left of the hallway is the well proportioned living room offering a dual-aspect with feature fire place and French doors leading to the patio area and ahead of the hallway is the dining room.
The beautifully appointed kitchen with shaker style units complemented with granite worktops offers an abundance of storage and a comprehensive range of appliances including; Range oven, Neff dishwasher and integrated fridge freezer. A south facing orangery flows from the kitchen and enjoys excellent levels of natural light from the glass lantern roof, a set of double double doors open onto the paved terrace and gardens beyond. Off the kitchen is the fitted utility room which in turn leads to the integral double garage. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a WC.
To the first floor the landing leads to four well-proportioned bedrooms and a contemporary family bathroom with separate shower and bath. The dual-aspect principal bedroom features fully fitted wardrobes and a wash basin. Externally the South facing rear gardens enjoy a high degree of privacy and are mainly laid to lawn, defined by mature shrubs and established hedging.
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There is so much scope with this property, I love the high ceilings and the wealth of period features the property still retains.Andrew Thorpe