Stunning Grade II listed Regency town house.
Grade II listed Regency town house dating back to 1832 which has been sympathetically renovated and extended, maintaining many of the original key features, including sash windows, original fire places, coved ceilings and wrought iron balcony and railings thus retaining its elegance and charm. The house now offers fantastic flexible accommodation which can embrace modern living to the full. The addition of the two storey Coach House provides off street parking in the garage with wc, and on the first floor an open plan studio/office ideal for remote working from home.
The reception hall has access to the main reception rooms, stairs to first floor and lower ground floor, cloaks cupboard and doorway with direct access to the rear garden.
The drawing room has a large south facing sash window with original shutters overlooking the front façade. An open fireplace acts as the main focal point.
This room leads through to the dining room/study which has fitted storage cupboards to provide the perfect space for home working or could be used as a formal dining room with a sash window overlooking the rear garden.
The lower ground floor accommodates the stunning kitchen and open plan family living space, with fireplace and underfloor heating. The room has been extended with the addition of a roof lantern allowing plenty of light to stream through. There is access to the front lobby and lower ground floor patio and original coal sheds which have lapsed planning to convert into living accommodation.
The kitchen has plenty of bespoke built in storage cupboards and an extensive island unit with breakfast bar with granite work top, double Belfast style (Shaws Original) sink, Bosch dishwasher and 6 ring gas John Lewis oven. The front window has white fitted shutters and there are bifold doors leading through to the garden and terrace. There is a useful laundry cupboard with space for washing machine and tumble dryer. The lower ground floor shower room is a recent addition.
On the first floor is the main bedroom with original fireplace, newly fitted built in wardrobes and ceiling coving which could be used as another reception room due to its size and elegance with two floor to ceiling sash windows which can be opened to allow one to walk out on to the wrought iron south facing balcony.
Bedroom two with sash window overlooks the rear garden. There is also a separate wc on the half landing.
There are two further double bedrooms with sash windows on the second floor and family bath/shower room. All the bedrooms and the second floor bath/shower room have white fitted shutters. A staircase gives access to the attic room, with Velux windows and potential for conversion subject to the relevant planning consents.
Outside is a very pretty landscaped garden to the rear with an adjoining patio, decked area and lawn with shrub borders. Access via a pedestrian gateway on to Lillington Avenue. The Coach House has space to park a car, wc and open plan studio/gym on the first floor.
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It's great to see an elegant town house complemented by fresh modern living.Nick Rudge