A wonderful Grade II listed terraced house overlooking the glorious Clarence Square in sought after Pittville
37 Clarence Square is a wonderful Grade II listed terraced town house believed to have been originally built between 1834 and 1837. Hugely upgraded and renovated in recent years, the house is now a wonderful example of authentic architecture combined with outstanding interior design, beautiful high ceilings and a high quality finish throughout.
With accommodation arranged over four floors, the house offers extensive and versatile living space, with the added benefit of an interconnected lower ground floor which also benefits from an independent access at the front and rear. This therefore provides huge potential as a separate apartment if preferred or as two bedrooms, bathroom and utility room. This floor also features a dedicated wine store with glazed door.
On the raised ground floor is the outstanding Parlour Farm kitchen with its expansive central island unit, extensive range of cupboard and drawer units and integrated appliances with a wide opening in to the dining room beyond together with gas fired wood burner. Towards the rear of the house is a cloakroom and a further bedroom or snug.
The magnificent drawing room is found on the first floor with twin sash windows overlooking the splendid Clarence Square, with an opening in to a further flexible reception room with a window to the rear. The drawing room retains many of its original features and is incredibly bright and sunny. The drawing room features a gas fired wood burner. Accessed from the half landing is a very useful fitted study with views to Wellington Square and Cleeve Hill.
Two very generous double bedrooms are located on the second floor with the main bedroom at the front enjoying a range of built in Parlour Farm wardrobes and an en suite with the guest bedroom at the rear also enjoying an en suite shower room, fitted with Parlour Farm cupboards. Both bedrooms enjoying some quite superb views.
The enclosed rear garden is laid to hard landscaping, ideal for pots and planters and a bi-folding door to Clarington Mews. The garden enjoys a good amount of sun and is ideal for al fresco entertaining with a high degree of privacy by virtue of the high walling surrounding the garden space. The rear courtyard garden could be used for occasional parking if required.
Historical Note (as provided by the Listed buildings notes): Clarence Square was built as part of the development of this area undertaken for Joseph Pitt in 1825-42 (the Pittville Estate), the general layout being designed by the architect John Forbes. Clarence Square was laid out in the late 1820s and building began in 1832. The Square was named after the Duke of Clarence, who became William IV in 1830.
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I adore Pittville with its fabulous park and the facilities that it offers. This wonderful town house is so close by, definitely not to be missed.Chris JarrettProperty agent