Lying on a corner position, this Grade II listed house is a particularly striking period landmark property.
With elegantly proportioned accommodation of around 3838 sq ft arranged over four floors, it provides exceptional family living and entertaining space. The feeling of light and space is enhanced by high ceilings and large windows, and the property retains much character.
There are three separate reception rooms, together with a kitchen which leads to the conservatory opening to the garden.
The extensive basement rooms, which amount to 928 sq ft, is currently used as utility and storage space, and could be converted to create further living accommodation.
There are four good bedrooms on the first floor, together with two bathrooms, and there is a further bedroom on the second floor, with its own separate kitchenette.
Outside, the front garden is enclosed by wrought iron railings, with lawn surrounded by trees and shrubs. The west facing walled rear garden is an attractive feature of the property. Steps lead down from the conservatory to the garden which is laid to lawn and interspersed with fruit trees, flowers and shrubs. Gates at the rear open to a parking area which leads to the garage, a rarity in this particular area.
Mains services connected. Gas heating.
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