An inspiring Architect designed extended and refurbished 1930s house.
5 Hinton Avenue has been extended and refurbished throughout to create an incredible four bedroom modern home. The property which extends to approximately 1,785 sq foot or 165.8 sq metres can be seen in greater detail on the attached floorplan, is in a exceptional location on this quiet tree lined road.
Overseen by well renowned local firm PiP Architecture, 5 Hinton Avenue has been extended to the rear considerably, whilst the original house underwent a large renovation programme including a rewire, re-plumb and finished to a very high standard.
The property is approached across a parking area which leads to a panelled and traditionally painted front door. The hallway opens on the right into a well-proportioned dual aspect reception and to the left into the exceptional kitchen breakfast room.
The incredible kitchen and living room space looks out through the glass bi-fold doors with custom electric blinds, to a beautiful patio and manicured garden benefits from underfloor heating and encompasses the depth and width of the extension. Of particular note the attractive kitchen has a wide array of wall and floor mounted units with attractive quartz worktops. There are wide range of integrated Bosch appliances, space for an American fridge freezer and a large breakfast island with a wide bar for stools. This exceptional space is enhanced with an abundance of light from a wide bi-folding door made by the well renowned IQ Glass, engineered wood flooring and a bio-ethanol fireplace.
Upstairs there are four good size bedrooms. Of particular note is the wonderful principal bedroom with a large dressing room, gorgeous bathroom with walk in shower and separate bath.
Outside the garden which is laid mainly to lawn is west and south facing with a large Italian porcelain terrace adjoin the bi-folding doors which is lit up with modern light stands.
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Just WOW what an incredible home. It's the small details of this house that I love so much the angled windows upstairs are just the start.Ed Meyer