A beautifully proportioned family home.
This is a mid Victorian villa that enjoys the most beautiful and well proportioned accommodation arranged over five floors. At the end of the terrace the house has the benefit of an open access to the south side, including a most attractive balcony at the second floor level.
This is a beautiful family sized house that enjoys both light and well proportioned accommodation over five floors. The house has been restored with care and attention to detail with wonderful ceiling heights, and very attractive ceiling mouldings and fireplaces throughout. The upper floors provide attractive rooms that are flexible to provide up to 6 bedrooms if required. Of particular note is the terrific reception/studio at the top of the house that has a sliding glazed roof - this room also has masses of eaves storage.
The first and second floors accommodate generous bedrooms and bathrooms, a study on the side and a most attractive balcony at the second floor level. The ground floor has generous living space with an elegant drawing room with high ceilings and large bay window, the entrance hall is both light and airy. There is a terrific fully fitted kitchen/day room at the rear that has two sets of doors that lead out to the rear garden. The garden floor is arranged as a self contained flat with it's own side access. The main bedroom has an en-suite shower room. There is a fully fitted kitchen and a really useful utility and store room. The well proportioned reception room has appealing views over the front garden. Subject to the usuaul approvals, this level of the house could be reincorporated back into the main house. The house is approached from a well designed and landscaped front garden, with steps up to the raised ground floor. The rear garden is also landscaped, and has the option to provide off street parking for one car with the side double doors.
This is a most attractive family home that is well placed for all amenities
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Fabulous layout, with an attention to detail.Adam Smith