Occupying the East portion of this converted period Mansionhouse, a semi-detached family home offering versatile accommodation within six principal apartments formed over two levels. The property displays some highly unique period features, whilst benefiting from quality natural wood finishes throughout and an extremley high standard of specification and finish which internal inspection will reveal.
The complete accommodation extends to entrance vestibule, welcoming hallway, double aspect formal lounge, comfortable family sitting room with focal point log burning stove, beautifully appointed living/dining kitchen allowing passage through to substantial dining/family room at the rear with feature Velux roof lights and access onto sizable decking suitable for alfresco dining and entertaining. A dedicated utility room is usefully positioned adjacent to the dining room and kitchen.
Staircase leads through half landing with built-in storage to first floor revealing three flexible bedrooms, all of which are double sized the master bedroom has clever built-in storage and highly unique custom fitted en-suite shower room adjacent. A bespoke, beautifully appointed family bathroom is also positioned at first floor.
The specification includes gas central heating, double glazing, extensive garden grounds to front side and rear. The garden areas are accessed via double leaf timber gates allowing off street parking for three or four vehicles and access to the front garden area. Rear gardens are of extensive proportions fully bounded by perimeter walling, fencing, mature bushes and trees aiding in seclusion and privacy. The rear garden is laid out in a number of clever sections with extensive decking, space for barbeque area, seated dining area to side, children’s play area, central lawed section, useful treehouse and garden studio/den positioned to the rear. Early internal inspection is highly recommended to appreciate the extent and standard of accommodation on offer within this family home.