NO ONWARD CHAIN
A fantastic 5 / 6 bedroom detached VIctorian family home built in circa. 1900's. This large detached Victorian house spans 2,952 sq. ft. and possesses great charm and true character features. It has mature gardens of 1.25 acres (tbv). The house has three large versatile outbuildings spanning 1,301 sq. ft. in total, that could be used for a multitude of different purposes including; an annexe for an elderly relative or teenager, home offices, studios, home gym or music rooms.
Upon entering the shingle driveway, the property is surrounded by mature trees and bushes giving an air of seclusion and privacy rarely found. An attractive Victorian family house, it is believed to date from 1901 and to be one of a pair originally built for two sons to have one each. A traditional tile roofed covered porch with part glazed stained glass front door and tiled terracotta flooring frames the double fronted aspect with attractive bay window to one side. Inside, the gracious hall has panelled doors to the reception rooms with the stairs ahead and wooden flooring. To the right, the drawing room has a high ceiling, decorative ceiling rose, sash windows to the front and an open fireplace with large wood burning stove with attractive brick semi circular arched surround and brick hearth. There is a window that overlooks the kitchen. There are then a couple of steps down to a dining space that remains open to the drawing room with window to the front and side and two skylights making it a light room. The kitchen/breakfast room is beyond this room which has a large window to the rear, two large skylights in a vaulted section of ceiling and double patio doors leading to a rear patio making it a delightfully light room. The kitchen is a traditional style and is fitted with large cooking AGA, base unit, stainless steel one and a half bowl sink unit, large larder, part tiled walls, tiled flooring, space for freestanding fridge freezer and recessed spotlights.
Proceeding back to the main hallway, straight ahead is the downstairs cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin. To the left is the snug/family room/bedroom 6 again with a large feature bay window to the front, a high ceiling, open brick fireplace with wood burner and panelled doors. The more formal dining room also leads from the hallway and has a window to the side, door to another downstairs cloakroom, and double patio doors leading to a child friendly side garden with rubber playground chippings. The room also has the main boiler for the house. The cloakroom off the dining room will most likely require some modifications as it currently has 4 x children’s toilets, one normal toilet, and large butler sink. Moving on from the dining room is the second kitchen. This kitchen/breakfast room is large enough to fit a good-sized table on one side and is fitted with; two large windows either side of the room, a range of wall and base units, a stainless steel one and half bowl sink unit with drainer and a freestanding cooker. The whole kitchen is finished with tiled flooring. There is a door from the kitchen/breakfast room through to a large utility room with windows to the side and rear and door to the rear garden, and a further window looking back to the kitchen/breakfast room. In this room there is plumbing and space for a washing machine and dishwasher and further space for a tumble dryer. There is a large stainless-steel sink with drainer either side and character quarry floor tiles.
The accommodation upstairs comprises 5 double bedrooms, 1 en-suite bathroom with a bath and a shower and a family shower room. The configuration can easily be adjusted to suit varying family needs or guests or teenagers. The spacious master bedroom has a high ceiling, windows to the side and rear and built-in wardrobes. The en-suite bathroom has a deep sash window to the side, a white suite comprising a bath with mixer taps
|5 / 6 Bedroomed detached Victorian family house believed to date back to circa. 1900's spanning 2,95||Three large and versatile outbuildings that could be used for a multitude of different purposes span|
|4 reception rooms||Original sash windows and fireplaces throughout|
|5 double bedrooms with one en-suite bathroom and further family shower room||Mature and private gardens of 1.25 acres (tbv)|
|Parking for numerous cars||No onward chain|
|Original detached coach house with unique vaulted ceiling which could be converted into a fantastic||EPC ‘D’|