An impressive upper conversion with private garden
44A Dalziel Drive is a superb upper conversion positioned within a classically styled Victorian blonde sandstone villa. The property exhibits a wealth of distinctive period architectural features yet also incorporates a wide range of high specification contemporary elements. The property offers generously proportioned rooms synonymous with homes of this period, together with high ceilings, original balustrades, ceiling cornicing, centre roses and impressive fire surrounds. The home provides excellent versatile family accommodation on two levels and is set within a prime plot surrounded by immaculate gardens that include a mixture of evergreens and maturetrees providing an ever-changing outlook. 44A benefits from its own private garden to the rear a rare and much-coveted asset for an upper conversion.
The property is accessed via a private ground floor entrance hall with WC, utility space and cloakroom. Stairs lead up to the lower hall that has cleverly designed storage built into the void under the staircase which leads to the impressive upper hallway and the stunning drawing room with open fire, beautiful wood panelling, high level windows and large sash and case windows to the rear looking over the garden allowing plenty of light. This would originally have been the billiards room when the house was a single residence in the 19th century. Off the hallway, the bright living room with a wood-burning stove offers plenty of space for dining and a large bay window looking over the front garden. An open doorway leads through to the modern kitchen that boasts a range of integrated high spec appliances, a number of storage options and attractive wood worktops.
There are four well-proportioned bedrooms with the principal enjoying an en suite shower room and a bay window with views over the garden. Bedroom four, currently used as a spacious study, would also make a fantastic dressing room.
The family bathroom completes the accommodation on this level.
Upstairs the bright attic space has been converted and offers an adaptable space that could be used as a separate sitting room, bedrooms or home office or studio workshop. There is also an abundance of storage space.
Externally, benefits include well presented garden grounds with a front garden mainly laid to lawn overlooked by mature trees and hedges. The property sits in a quiet cul de sac and the partially shared driveway is accessed between blonde sandstone pillars. 44A has plenty of private parking and a double garage converted from the Victorian former wash houses.
A beautiful rear garden boasts a lawn and patio area with privacy provided by trees, shrubs and the boundary wall.
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