An exceptional period home with a contemporary twist, sympathetically restored and extended, set on the edge of the National Trust's Kinver Edge.
A striking double fronted period house sympathetically restored and extended, set on the edge of the National Trust's Kinver Edge, and within reach of the village; Comber House offers immense versatility including an outstanding modern side extension. Set over three floors, with original sash windows in the main part of the house, and secondary accommodation provided if required by the basement studio, this house is the perfect balance of traditional features with a contemporary twist.
Consisting of a characterful entrance hall with the original glazed door leading to a traditional room divided into two parts; a formal sitting room overlooking the garden to the front of the property and a formal dining area with custom-made bookcases. The entrance hall also leads to a snug, again overlooking the gardens, with a recessed log burning stove, underfloor heating and traditional features such as picture rail, and coving.
The large open-plan kitchen/dining room benefits from underfloor heating and double glazed bi-fold doors capturing a picturesque view and opening to an external balcony. This bespoke shaker style kitchen has plentiful storage, BOSCH appliances, a stylish island with granite worktop that incorporates a five-ring induction hob and features a large walk-in pantry. Off the family kitchen is a useful utility room with matching shaker style cupboards allowing access to the rear drive. A central lobby with an attractive tile floor leads to a home office.
On the ground floor is a basement studio which can be accessed separately or incorporated into the main house. with an open plan living kitchen and sitting room, with underfloor heating, bi-fold doors with views of the garden and adjoining bedroom.
On the second floor is an attractive galleried landing with sash windows offering views towards both the front and rear of the property. Leading off are three double bedrooms all with ornate fireplaces, picture rails ceiling roses and sash windows. The family bathroom has a traditional period suite, a claw-foot bath, marble surround sink and separate shower.
Principally to the front with fabulous distant views, the gardens have been sympathetically landscaped to incorporate various patio areas as well as access from the balcony and studio over two floors. With borders containing an array of plants and shrubs, there is a separate garden area with terraced planters to the side aspect.
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Handsome period house and I love the contemporary twist.Peter DabornProperty agent