A prime Clifton home offering many wonderful opportunities.
A stone built Victorian semi-detached family house with four storey accommodation, constructed circa 1880. The property has been in the same family ownership for the last 60 years and is presently arranged as a maisonette and two self-contained two bedroom flats, all under one Freehold title. There is excellent scope to re-create your own bespoke home and the property is located in one of the finest and indeed quietest backwater addresses, Worcester Crescent has the benefit of a communal garden and yet this particular home has its own dedicated West facing garden which has been beautifully maintained and is of significant scale. Of further note there is gated car parking with a carriage drive directly off Clifton Park Road, in addition to a detached garage, further stores offer a myriad of opportunities.
The vestibule and reception hall give way to the principal rooms which have high ceilings and notable details including ceiling cornice, whilst bay windows and casements have advantageous views. A latter addition is the stairwell which serves the two self-contained flats above. Beyond the hall is a bedroom with shower room facility. The drawing room which lies to the front includes a large bay window with views over the front elevation and garden, beyond there is presently a dining room and kitchen. Located off the dining room is a door providing access to a terrace with steps down to the garden, there is also a conservatory. The lower ground floor includes a bedroom utility, workshop, a separate cloakroom and further stores and these could be adapted to suit a variety of needs. The upper two flats are independently accessed, generous in scale and include a reception, kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom respectively.
The gardens are without doubt one of the most salient features of the property, a pedestrian path and ornamental gardens provide access to the entrance vestibule and porch with a further path to the side providing access to some of the storage. The rear garden is large and level with a West facing orientation and incorporating a shaped lawn, a kitchen garden and well stocked flower borders, there are a variety of plants and trees including Acers and Apple. A carriage drive with wooden gates provides additional parking and under croft storage, there is a garden room and a detached garage. The opportunity to reconfigure the accommodation and indeed the outside space is evident.
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This is one of the most exciting opportunities I have seen in my 30 years in agency, a wonderful family house with versatile accommodation and the most spectacular garden with a lovely sunny orientation.Richard Brooks