A beautifully presented and very generous Grade II* listed terrace with over 5000 sq ft of accommodation including a two bedroom lower ground floor apartment.
6 Royal Crescent is an outstanding Grade II* listed authentic terrace dating back to between c1806 to c1810 and offering extensive accommodation arranged over five floors. Presented in beautiful decorative order throughout, the house offers extremely versatile accommodation with the added benefit of a connected but separate lower ground floor apartment that has, on occasions, been used for letting purposes.
Accessed through the front door to the porch and hall, the sitting room is to the right opening in to the kitchen/dining room, which is beautifully fitted with a range of cupboard and drawer units and a central island. Beyond is the study. Continuing along the hall is the cloakroom and the utility room, beyond which again is the separate dining room which enjoys double doors on to the raised terrace.
The formal drawing room is located on the first floor with three windows to the front and the principal bedroom is at the rear with a further door to the en suite bathroom which includes a freestanding bath and walk in shower as well as his and hers basins.
On the upper two floors are five further bedrooms, including two attic bedrooms and a loft store, as well as a guest bedroom with en suite shower and a family bathroom also with freestanding bath and corner shower unit.
Accessed from either the hall or via independent access to the front and rear, the lower ground floor is essentially arranged as a separate apartment. It features two double bedrooms with en suite facilities, as well as a fitted kitchen, a cloakroom and a large sitting room.
Outside at the front are five private parking spaces while at the rear is an enclosed Mediterranean style garden with mature plants and shrubs, a raised terrace and water feature.
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I love Royal Crescent the combination of high quality, central location and authentic design is so rare.Chris Jarrett