Believed to have been built circa 1870, this substantial Victorian property is built of brick under a slate roof and benefits from the character features and proportions for which this era is best known. Indeed many of the character features remain at the property, including the superb highly decorative and ornate ceiling cornicing and central ceiling roses in the principal reception rooms, the large sash windows and generous 11 ft ceiling heights. The large drawing room is particularly stunning with its feature fireplace and aspect down the garden with doors leading out onto the garden terrace. The dining room is an equally attractive room, as is the small sitting room which completes the reception accommodation on the ground floor. The kitchen/breakfast room is a very good size, measuring 25'4 x 12'8, with a fitted kitchen comprising a range of pine units with granite work surfaces over. To the side of the property is a lobby area which in turn leads through to the rear gardens, the utility room, and from there the cloakroom and storeroom.
On the 1st floor there are 4 excellent double bedrooms including the master bedroom suite with adjoining shower room. There is a separate family bathroom and cloakroom.
On the 2nd floor there are 4 further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
The property also has the benefit of an excellent cellar.
The property is approached over a gravel driveway leading to a large parking and turning area to the front of the property, the front door and access to the side. There is a small area of lawned garden to the front interspersed with mature trees and shrubs. To the rear the terrace lies adjacent to the drawing room at the back of the house. From here lawned gardens extend to approximately 140 feet facing west and being walled on the southern side; to the rear end of the garden a large apple tree dominates. The gardens continue beyond the apple tree, where paved paths on either side lead to a former vegetable garden.View payable Stamp Duty for this property