A very stylish and light Edwardian house with a garden, garage and parking.
Built in 1906, 7 Millbrook is a fine example of attractive period architecture, combined seamlessly with stylish contemporary improvements. It benefits from an abundance of light from the large, south-facing windows and retains a number of period features, such as wooden floorboards, original/reclaimed doors and picture rails. The entrance hall, with original Edwardian balustrade, leads down to the dual-aspect, extended kitchen/breakfast room, with French doors out onto a pretty rear garden. It benefits from cupboards with corian worktops, a Smeg range cooker, integrated freezer and dishwasher and a large central island to one end, with the garden end of the room having space for a large dining table. The drawing room has a south-facing bay window, overlooking the front garden, and a working fireplace. Adjacent is a sitting room/snug with built-in shelving and a fireplace with integrated gas fire. On the first floor is a useful utility/laundry room, a family bathroom and three bedrooms, two of which are south-facing. The top floor has been converted into a spacious and light principal bedroom and en suite shower room, with built-in wardrobes and wooden floorboards.
The house is approached over a gravel driveway and is tucked away towards the end of the small period terrace. There is private parking for up to four cars, in addition to a garage. An attractively planted front garden, enclosed by a low brick wall, is a sun-trap and, as such, is set up with a small seating area. The charming and secluded rear garden has pretty raised beds and an apple tree and benefits from the afternoon and evening sun.
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I love this period of architecture - good ceiling heights, elegant rooms and a solidity of construction not found in more modern properties.Paul Cadge