Nestled at the end of a private road, this absolutely superb Grade II Listed stone built property oozes charm and character throughout with some rather lovely and notable period features, and a most picturesque lawned garden that is beautifully landscaped and particularly generous in size. The internal accommodation is tastefully and sympathetically presented throughout, with gas central heating and timber framed secondary glazed windows which are all in keeping with the original style of this period. The property is accessed via a cobbled driveway which is shared with the other houses, however this property has its own allocated section of parking plus a garage in the building opposite. A stable style door opens into an entrance porch, which in turn leads through to the semi-open plan kitchen dining room; the kitchen is fitted with traditional style wall and base storage units incorporating a peninsular breakfast bar which separates the dining area, and has plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine. The dining area features a log burning stove and has further storage built into the chimney breast recesses, and has a glazed rectangular archway incorporating a pair of glazed panelled doors which open into the elegantly proportioned living room. The living room, which can also be accessed from the hallway, has a high ceiling with deep moulded cornicing, a focal point fireplace in stone surround, and French doors with wooden shutters that open onto the stone patio and garden beyond. The wide hallway features a large wooden door to the rear garden, originally the main front door to the building, which is the same style door as 10 Downing Street! A turned staircase features a lovely original etched glass curved window, and a door from the half landing leads into a double bedroom to the front with recessed storage cupboard. The landing features a characterful archway leading to the first floor rooms, which include two further double bedrooms, and the house bathroom which is fitted with a four piece suite with fitted vanity storage unit. There is also a pull-up hatch from the kitchen area that has stone steps leading down to a small storage cellar. The aforementioned rear garden is a particular feature of this home, featuring a Yorkshire stone patio that looks out onto a central curved lawn surrounded by mature trees and a variety of planting. This beautiful and much loved family home is well worthy of an internal viewing to appreciate all there is to offer.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||1.8%||£179,998||4||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£107,000 (1)||£109,152 (26)||£235,411 (47)||£356,545 (23)||£594,363 (11)|
|Flats||£112,381 (18)||£186,027 (29)||£525,000 (1)||-||-|
|All||£112,097 (19)||£149,686 (55)||£241,444 (48)||£356,545 (23)||£594,363 (11)|