Fine Regency townhouse.
Chapel Field House is a fine Grade II listed Regency house located within the city walls and is believed to be the only Regency property in the inner city.
A well-loved townhouse, the property would now benefit from some modernisation but offers elegant accommodation as well as a uniquely large garden for the city centre. Having been in the current owners tenure for over 25 years this is a rare opportunity to acquire a historical home in Norwich.
Complete with many fine Georgian features and in particular the stunning staircase spiralling over four levels this is a wonderfully preserved example of the period and a must see.
On the ground floor both a sitting room and kitchen/breakfast room with doors out to the gardens enjoy plentiful natural light and taking the staircase down leads to a lower level of accommodation offering potential (subject to the necessary listed building permissions) to create further living space but presently provides a large utility, storage and wine cellar.
To the first floor a superb drawing room features a fine view over Chapel Field Gardens and the wrought iron balcony is the ideal spot to enjoy the South to South-West aspect.
With four bedrooms over two floors all of which are well proportioned this allows for the property to be occupied as a highly individual family home.
The property features an unusually large garden for within the city limits and the plot measures to about 0.16 acres. Complete with mature shrubs and well planted borders, the garden is a real highlight to the house and enjoys a brilliant view towards the church of St Giles.
A recently renovated Victorian summerhouse takes advantage of the aspect looking back towards the property and overall for a city home the garden benefits from a good deal of privacy.
A parking space is within the garden through double gates via a right of access through neighbouring car park, Hales Court. This could easily be extended, and further private parking is available in Hales Court.
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Finding a garden as large as this within the city walls is an absolute rarity.Tom ClaytonProperty agent