A fantastic family home in the town's conservation area. Virtual viewing available on request.
Chapel Road is an attractive one-way road within Burnham's conservation area and the houses are a charming mixture of architectural styles dating from late Victorian through to the Second World War. 34 Chapel Road is understood to date back to circa 1939 and is a detached, three-storey property elevated from the road and sitting back on its plot behind a driveway and garage. The house has attractive red brick elevations under a tiled roof and the front façade is complemented by a two-storey tile-hung box bay. The building of an additional two storey extension and an extensive programme of top-to-bottom refurbishment have resulted in the creation of an impressive first floor master bedroom suite, two additional bedrooms and a shower room on the second floor and a reconfiguration of the ground floor to provide a large kitchen/dining room.
The building extends over approximately 2,229 sq ft and is light and airy throughout, with high ceilings, generously sized windows, underfloor heating to some of the downstairs and the master en suite upstairs and a neutral colour scheme throughout. Ground floor accommodation includes a hall, a cloakroom, two well-proportioned reception rooms (a family room and a sitting room) separated by bi-fold doors that can be opened up to create one large room and an L-shaped kitchen/dining room with bespoke high gloss kitchen units, granite quartz work surfaces, integral appliances and a utility area. An additional seating area is large enough for a good sized table and chairs and has bi-fold doors opening out into the garden.
The staircase in the hall leads up to the large first floor landing with three bedrooms (a master suite, a second large double bedroom and a small single) and a family bathroom. The impressive master bedroom extends to 280 sq ft, enjoys a dual aspect with views over the garden and rooftops towards the river and is equipped with a large en suite shower room, dressing room and extensive wardrobes.
A dogleg staircase on the landing leads past a large south-facing picture window flooding the space with natural light and up to the second floor. This floor provides two more double bedrooms, one of which has French doors opening on to a Juliet balcony with panoramic views over the town and up the estuary, and a new shower room serving both bedrooms.
The established west-facing rear garden extends some 60 x 40 ft and includes a detached garden studio incorporating a recreational room and workshop with power and lit, boarded attic storage area. The space includes a BBQ terrace, with the remainder laid to lawn and enclosed by established trees and shrubs to create a good level of privacy. The detached garage to the left, which has been built to blend in with the architectural style of the house, has a pitched roof providing a lit, boarded sail loft and an electric up and over door.
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This is a really great spot in the town, so close to everything yet sat in a large private plot and the house itself is immaculate.Phaedra Howard