Stunning three-four bedroom end of terraced house.
Savills are delighted to offer this beautiful end of terrace house moments from Victoria Park.
Built in the late 19th century, Benn Street is a quiet residential quarter with no through-traffic. The house has been fully refurbished from top to bottom to a high standard by the current owners. The design rationale of the refurbishment was to retain the Victorian character of the building, whilst creating a warm, energy efficient family home not often found in a house of this era - EPC rating C.
The house is entered through a traditional bespoke front door, with original pine timber flooring throughout the entrance hall and through to the double reception room. The reception is entered through beautiful, glazed period doors and comprises a solid fuel wood burner [DEFRA approved] and has louvered shutters to the new double-glazed wooden bay window.
This flows through to the handmade bespoke oak kitchen, which has stone work surfaces and a natural hand made terracotta tiled floor, with plenty of natural light through a large, double-glazed skylight, and bi-fold doors onto the private walled garden.
Returning to the entrance hall is a well-designed understairs cloakroom. Up the painted wooden staircase, the first floor features a spacious main bedroom with adjacent slate floored family bathroom. (The main bedroom has been intentionally designed so it can be easily split back into two bedrooms.)
On the top floor is a contemporary double bedroom with solid oak floors and views of the surroundings through the Velux and Velfac windows, together with an en-suite bathroom. Additionally, there is a useful study/bedroom with a dual aspect overlooking the garden.
This is a rare opportunity to own a period property with charm and character, that has the feel and building standards of an energy efficient, modern 21st century home.
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A stunning house which has been refurbished to a very high standard throughout by the current owners.James Marshall