A well-proportioned three bedroom townhouse with very useable loft space.
24 Emery Street is an attractive mid terrace bay fronted townhouse located in one of the most sought after roads off Mill Road.
This three storey property is built of Cambridge white bricks beneath a slate tiled roof. The house is approached behind a low level wall with a footpath leading to the house. The panelled front door opens into a hallway with stripped wood floors, moulded ceiling cornices and plaster archway leading to inner hall with staircase to the first floor. There is a storage cupboard under the stairs.
To the right are two well-proportioned reception rooms. The first has a wonderful bay to the front and allows plenty of natural light to enter the room. This exceptional room is further enhanced with an attractive fireplace with wood burning stove with bespoke shelving and built in storage cupboards on either side of the chimney. There is further attractive cornicing, a ceiling rose and picture rails.
The second reception room has access the rear garden through French Doors inlaid with pretty stained glass and could be used for a multitude of purposes.
The hall leads through to the kitchen and breakfast room beyond with a vaulted ceiling and doors to the terrace and rear garden. The well-appointed kitchen has a wide range of floor and wall mounted units with Neff oven and four ring gas hob and space for various appliances.
Upstairs at first floor there are two large bedrooms and a further single. There is a very good shower room at this level which was completed by the current owners early in 2021. A steep staircase leads to an attic room which is used as a bedroom by the current owners with great views from a two Velux windows.
The rear garden is laid to lawn with a variety of mature shrubs and bushes. There is courtyard style pebble stone area to side and a paved terrace leading out from the breakfast room. At the far end of there is a timber storage shed and rear gated access.
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I love Emery Street and this house really surprised me with its space and lightEd Meyer