Unique & spectacular converted stable block in prime Bedford Park.
Developed gradually from the 1970's the project was the brainchild of a previous owner, an American born car enthusiast and motor racing driver using the stables for his collection.
The property has been transformed into a really stunning home with an exceptional layout that uniquely provides all the principal living space arranged over the ground floor with no change in levels. The flow of the house is exceptionally successful with exceptional proportions and many of these rooms providing direct access out to the private garden.
It is not a conventional house but certainly a very special one. The privacy provided by the gated driveway is another fabulous feature along with potential to park three cars, certainly a rarity in the local area.
The presentation throughout is very good and the entertaining space is exceptionally successful and light.
The layout of the ground floor is fantastic with a generously proportioned reception room which leads through large welcoming entrance lobby and through to the open-plan kitchen / dining room / family room. Double doors lead
out to the beautifully secluded private garden from both the reception room, kitchen and study.
The superbly appointed and spacious master bedroom has an en suite bathroom and plenty of storage which enjoys views of the garden. There is a further good size bedroom with an en suite shower room. The ground floor boasts a further reception room currently arranged as a study with access to the
garden, plus a cloakroom and a utility room.
The second floor can be accessed by two staircases and provides a further three bedrooms, a shower room and a bathroom. On this floor the original hayloft doors have been imaginatively incorporated into the rooms adding to the
overall special character of this wonderful home.
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A truly rare and exceptional house that provides amazing character, entertaining and living space primarily arranged over the ground floor in a prime Bedford Park locationChristopher Bramwell