Grade II* listed town house of excellent proportions and in need of some updating.
East Hill House is an outstanding Grade II* listed town house of superb proportions, which is believed to date from the 18th century. Now coming to the market for the first time in almost
20 years, this wonderful family home with attractive walled garden, detached garaging and period outbuilding is in need of some sympathetic refurbishment and updating.
This impressive property with mathematical tiled façade, is approached via stone steps leading up to generous double doors. The extremely versatile internal accommodation amounts to over 5,500 sq ft including a two room cellar. A variety of period features remain including high ceilings to the reception rooms and bedrooms, exposed pine and parquet flooring, period radiators, painted panelled doors with brass door furniture and sash windows.
Off the attractive reception hall are three reception rooms of good proportions, two featuring open fireplaces, with the formal dining and drawing rooms enjoying a southerly aspect. The Amdega conservatory has an outlook over the garden and access via two sets of French doors.
Further ground floor accommodation includes the kitchen with various integral appliances, a breakfast room, a shower room and rear hall giving access to a boot/utility room. A wide staircase leads from the reception hall to the excellent light and airy first floor landing with seating area and elegant Venetian window. Located over the first and second floors are
eight bedrooms, three bath/ shower rooms, a sitting room/ study and a utility room. The second floor is very flexible and could be utilised as a self-contained apartment.
To the west of the house there is parking for several cars and a detached double garage. Gates open to the walled garden where there is a period outbuilding with potting shed, workshop and greenhouse. The garden is laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees including beech and maple.
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A house isn't just for Christmas but this would be magnificent to host a large family gathering or to make your forever homeDuncan Petrie