Set within extensive level grounds, in this highly sought after residential pocket, and enjoying direct Easterly aspects across the former grounds of Newlands Bowling Club, towards Newlands Lawn Tennis Club, a striking sandstone semi detached villa originally dating from 1905 or thereby.
The property boasts versatile family accommodation within seven/eight principal apartments formed over three original levels, with a wealth of period details retained most notably original woodwork, ceiling plaster work and stained/leaded glass. Early internal inspection is absolutely imperative to appreciate the extent and flexibility of accommodation on offer.
Complete accommodation extends to entrance vestibule, near 35 foot welcoming hallway, cloakroom wc, stained glass feature window to side, original timber staircase leading to first floor. Striking bow windowed formal lounge, comfortable family sitting room leading through to P shaped double glazed conservatory overlooking rear gardens, formal dining room, modern fitted kitchen, breakfasting room, dedicated utility room, downstairs shower room and separate boiler room. At first floor level, four flexible bedrooms and refurbished family bathroom, a further original timber stair leads to second floor level revealing substantial attic bedroom five with useful box room and attic storage space to the side. Specification includes gas central heating, partial double glazing. Externally the property affords driveway parking for at least four or six cars and access to a double car garage to the left hand side of the feu. Garden grounds are level, beautifully maintained and well stocked, high mature hedging to the front aids seclusion and privacy, garden grounds to the rear are level, enclosed and Southwest facing. In summary number 24 provides an excellent framework for a highly successful family home, going forward. An opportunity not to be missed.