Family home on the city fringes with large south-facing plot.
The house is understood to have been built in 1949 of red brick, with deep windows and tile-hung elevations orientated so that the principal reception rooms and bedrooms overlook the property's beautiful south-facing gardens. The accommodation is beautifully proportioned with light and airy accommodation owing to the deep windows and neutral colour scheme.
The ground floor is approached over a central hallway with two reception rooms - one at the front and one overlooking the rear garden and pride of place goes to the large kitchen/breakfast room fitted with Shaker-style units topped with marble-style work surfaces and including an Aga. The kitchen has full-glazed doors leading directly on to a substantial terrace and overlooking the rear gardens. In addition there is a side lobby with a further door to the exterior.
On the first floor there are four bedrooms, the principal bedroom having a good range of fitted wardrobes, and a bathroom and a shower room with sauna.
The house is set back from the road with lawns, a block-paved path and a substantial driveway. The driveway continues to the side of the house to a detached former garage, now divided to provide storage and a garden kitchen. The plot extends to about 0.22 of an acre and includes an established garden with a large terrace, ideal for al fresco dining, and extensive lawns with shaped borders providing all-year colour and interest. Towards the rear of the garden is a bespoke garden cabin, ideal as a home office, with power, WIFI and light connected.
Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage. Camera security all round.
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