This superb property presents an attractive facade of blonde sandstone with suspended bay window, deep wooden overhangs and Paris balcony all under a pitched slate roof. The subjects along with the adjacent semi-detached house at number 4 were constructed around the early 1900s for two sisters who, according to lore, used to meet for morning tea on the adjoining balconies to catch up with local news.
Notwithstanding, internal inspection will reveal a fabulous home, steeped in character and one that would serve all the requirements of a large family for a generation. Much credit must go to the present owners who have taken great care to retain the integrity of the original house whilst adding a contemporary specification to the kitchen and bathrooms including under-floor heating.
As well as a thoughtful stylish decor period details abound which have been cleverly complimented by traditional style wall and floor coverings and the soft lighting creates a delightful ambiance reminiscent of a bygone era. As the photographs in our brochure will show this is a truly special home.
In detail the ground floor accommodation comprises broad reception hall with a feature wooden staircase. There is a formal box bay window lounge with feature fireplace, family/TV room, separate dining room open plan to a modern fitted kitchen with useful utility and cloaks/WC.
Upstairs a split level landing provides access to four good bedrooms, an outstanding family bathroom and a modern shower room. The master bedroom has a feature arch and charming balcony as well as being large enough to offer potential for an en-suite shower room, subject to planning consents.