Attractive period detached family home retaining many period features occupying a generous corner plot with accommodation extending to over 2,000 sq ft.
Charnes is an attractive, period family home dating from circa
1850, retaining many of its original features such as the sash windows, ceiling roses, cornicing, original wood floors and high ceilings to name a few. The property occupies a generous corner plot with accommodation extending to over 2,000 sq ft, enjoying an amenable layout over two storeys.
Entry to the front aspect via the pillared canopy leads onto
the entrance hall with original quarry tiled floor. Off the entrance hall to the right hand side is a pleasant sitting room with original parquet flooring and an open fire with timber surround and a tiled hearth. Parallel to the sitting room there is a snug which also holds an original cast iron fireplace and
The snug leads onto a fully glazed garden room with a glazed roof, flagstone tiled flooring and French doors out to the garden. A small room sits off the conservatory which is ideally suited as a home office.
Set to the rear of the property, the breakfast kitchen incorporates a range of cream base and wall units with granite
work surfaces, an original quarry tiled floor and a two stove Aga. Opposite the kitchen there is a generous pantry with a cold block and plumbing.
A split level staircase ascends from the entrance hall to the first floor landing, off which sit four double bedrooms to include the master with en suite. Two of the double bedrooms are
positioned to the front aspect and enjoy views over the garden, whilst bedroom two, a large triple aspect room with
built in storage and loft access is positioned to the rear of the property.
The generous master bedroom benefits from a dual aspect with original wood flooring and an en suite shower room which is fitted with a corner shower, pedestal wash hand basin, a low level W.C and a chrome heated towel rail. The family bathroom serves the other three bedrooms on this level, holding a pedestal wash hand basin, a low level W.C and a bath with mains shower over.
A timber farm style gate leads off Bramshall Road and onto
the front drive which allows for ample off street parking with
the rear aspect also providing off street parking for one
vehicle in addition to a single garage. Adjacent to the garage there is a useful external storage room and a separate laundry room with space and plumbing for appliances.
The main gardens to the south and east elevations are
predominantly laid to lawn with a mature planted and hedged
boundary. There is an additional, walled garden to the rear which is also mostly lawned.
Mains electricity, gas fired central heating, drainage and water are understood to be connected to the property.
Strictly by appointment with Savills.
View payable Stamp Duty for this property
A rare opportunity to acquire a charming, period family home within a desirable residential location.Luke Billson