Built circa 1705, this rare classical Grade II Listed Queen Anne family house enjoys a prime position overlooking the Butts Conservation area and Georgian square.
The house retains a wealth of period features adding to the charm and elegance of this sought after architecture. On entering the welcoming hallway to the house, there is access to a large reception room offering plenty of natural light due to the large windows overlooking the garden and beyond. The dining room has a log burner stove which is a wonderful feature to the room.
The unusual kitchen/breakfast room with an open exposed beam ceiling also opens out to the garden and links successfully to the dining room. Below this room is a large cellar ideal for storage. There is a further bathroom plus utility room on this level and courtyard.
The lower ground floor has a large cellar, a bedroom and a storage room.
The first floor offers two large bedrooms separated by the staircase one of which has the original fireplace and views over the garden. The second floor provides a further two large bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Outside there is a private south facing walled garden overlooking the Georgian lawn square and a path leading up to the main entrance and the kitchen.
There is a separate garage that can be bought by separate negotiation, further details on request.
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This fabulous house boasts the elegance and charm inspired by this elegant short period of historic Queen Anne architecture from her reign (1702-1714).Christopher Bramwell