Clarence House is an exceptionally well proportioned Victorian townhouse built of Cambridge brick elevations with tall sash windows beneath a slate roof.
The property extends over 5 levels to 5,276 sq ft of accommodation which includes a superb two bedroom self contained staff/guest flat at lower ground floor level with a large sitting room which extends' into a well fitted kitchen/dining room. The main property is approached via stone steps to a portico which leads to the original tiled hallway with open stairwell to the upper floors. Of particular note is the main dual aspect drawing room with marble fireplace which attracts a great deal of natural light through 3 wide sash windows overlooking the rear garden. The property also benefits from American oak wide board flooring which has been laid to the entire ground floor and CAT-5 cabling installed throughout the property.
To the south is the beautifully fitted kitchen/breakfast/family room which has been fitted with bespoke, hand painted cabinetry, pull out larder and granite working surfaces. The kitchen has integrated appliances, largely Miele which include a coffee machine, microwave combi-oven, dishwasher, Kuppersbush fridge freezer, wine cooler and a 3 oven Aga in gunmetal and a Victorian style balcony accessed from the kitchen via a set of stairs that lead down into the garden.
At first floor level is a study and two bedrooms both with en suite bathrooms/shower rooms. The dual aspect master bedroom suite with wide bay window, dressing area and a large en suite bathroom, fitted with roll top bath and twin basins inset to a grand French marble counter and vanity unit, and separate shower. At second and third floors are 4 further bedrooms, three with en suite facilities including the studio/bedroom 6 at the top which could make an ideal artists studio, cinema room or children's games room.
Outside The property is approached via heavy original iron gates onto a shingled driveway enclosed with tall, mature yew trees to the front and enclosed by black railings. The rear gardens are a particular feature of the property and are mainly walled with deep flower and shrub borders which surround a formal lawn. Beyond is a vegetable/herb garden, timber summer house and a further 'hidden' garden.
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