Prominent Grade II listed attached house dating back to c1828 conveniently located on the common
Designed by Decimus Burton, this prominent Grade II listed gothic style attached house, which dates back to c1828, is built into an outcrop of rocks on the Common and boasts a spectacular view over the town.
The ground has wooden flooring throughout and consists of an entrance hall leading onto an inner hall with staircase leading to the first floor. To the left is a large kitchen/diner with a range of shaker style kitchen wall and floor units and woodblock worktops. To the right of the kitchen is a separate reception room, currently used as a dining room but could also be used as a home study. The living room can be accessed from either the hall way or second reception room, has a lovely working fireplace and door opening on to the rear garden. There is also a separate downstairs toilet.
Stairs lead to first floor landing leading to family bathroom with slate floor, 'P' shaped bath and shower, low level wc, wash hand basin and ladder style towel rail. Also on this floor is a single bedroom, Double bedroom with built in wardrobe, further double aspect double bedroom, and principal bedroom with two sets of built in wardrobes, en-suite shower room with low level wc and wash hand basin.
To the front of the house is a further paved terrace with a gate leading out onto the gravel parking area with further areas of lawn and planting around the perimeter.
Please note that the photographs were taken more than a year ago.