A fine Victorian villa with a private walled garden with a separate apartment/annexe in the former stables at the end of the garden. The house also has off-street parking for several cars.
One of six impressive townhouses thought to have been built for Queen Victoria's equerries in 1859. This wonderful period home has high ceilings, generously proportioned rooms and numerous superb fireplaces. This has created a flexible family home of character.
The ground floor features a reception hall with gothic style front door and stripped pine French doors opening into the main hallway with cloakroom. A spacious drawing room with front facing window, window shutters and feature fireplace.
The charming sitting room has a particularly handsome fireplace and French doors opening into the dining room. The kitchen has an extensive range of modern country style units, large central island with breakfast seating, access to loft storage, integrated appliances all complimented by contemporary styling. The light filled dining space has vaulted glass roof with wooden beams and exposed brick walls. This ends in a semi-circular seating area with charming views over the garden.
Additionally there is a utility room with a range of units and laundry plumbing and small boot room.
On the first floor, there is a spacious front facing double bedroom and rear facing double bedroom with dressing area and en suite shower room as well as a family bathroom
The second and third floors have a further 3 bedrooms 2 en suite) and a family bathroom.
At the end of the garden in the converted stables is a delightful 1 bedroom apartment with its own entrance.
To the front of the property is a formally planted garden with evergreen lawn and gravelled pathway leading to the covered porch. This is all set behind a low wall with shrub planting providing a welcoming entrance.
To the rear of the property is a charming walled garden principally laid to lawn with pear and walnut trees. At the end of the garden is a pergola covered terrace which is planted with red & white grape vines. A further sun terrace adjoining the house provide wonderful spaces for outdoor entertaining. The property also has ample parking for several cars at the rear of the property.
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A fine period home with an interesting history which benefits from a separate apartment/annexe.Suzy Lambert