A well presented home offering good sized family accommodation arranged over three floors. Formally two properties and believed to date from the late 1800s this period offers all the conveniences for modern day living yet retains a lot of its original charm and character.
Steps lead up to the raised ground floor and recessed front door which opens into a entrance hall with a ornate decorated tiled floor. The front sitting room is light and bright with a period style fire place, wooden floor and two windows. toi the rear of the property is a spacious living space divided into a dining/family room with wooden flooring, access to a inner hall and open access to a good sized modern fitted kitchen with a tiled floor, base units under Oak work surfaces and access to a useful utility room with double doors to the rear garden.
The inner hall has staircases to both the lower ground and first floors and provides access to a recently refurbished cloakroom. Stairs drop down to a lower hall with doors to a large original cellar/storage room and a additional family/reception room with fireplace storage cupboards and a door leading to the front of the property.
To the first floor is a wide landing with natural light and a large storage Cupboard. The master bedroom is of a good size with built in wardrobes and a well appointed modern en suite wet room with shower, W.C., contemporary basin and natural stone tiling. In addition there are another three bedrooms and a family bathroom refitted with a traditionally styled white suite with basin, high level W.C., and bath with a shower over.
A path from the utility room leads to a enclosed rear garden (c.18'x18') landscaped for easy maintenance with raised beds and a gate to Oakland Street. To the front is a gravelled off street car parking space.
This fine family home features gas fired central heating and the windows have been replace with wooden framed double glazed windows.
Chloe did her job well, and as required. Appreciated that she wasn’t pushy.