Elegant town house with spacious mature gardens.
Grade II Listed of Special Architectural and or Historic Interest, 26 Double Street is believed to date back to 1650 with a later extension in 1830. The house is constructed with a handsome white brick principal façade with red brick construction to the rear under pitched slate, peg and pan tiled roofs. Internally the house has great character with numerous period features including a large drawing room to the front of the house with sash windows and an open fireplace. The kitchen lies to the rear of the house and opens into a breakfast room with a door opening into the garden. The kitchen/breakfast room is in need of updating and has great potential to create a large light and bright space overlooking the garden, subject to the necessary consents. There is a dining room and study on the ground floor and the first floor has a principal bedroom with en-suite shower room and a further three bedrooms and bathroom. There is a potential fifth bedroom on the second floor.
The gardens lie to the rear of the house with paving around the house giving way to lawns, trees and hedges. The gardens are very spacious for a centrally located town house and provide great potential to develop.
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I thought this was a fantastic light and bright town house with great potential and a surprisingly spacious garden.Peter Ogilvie