Tucked back from a leafy tree-lined road behind the well-tended hedgerows of a walled garden, this semi-detached home dates back to 1912. The feature curves of its domed covered entrance and windows hint at the charm and character inside.
Well-maintained throughout with original Edwardian brass door handles and high ceilings, there's ample chance for you to style and configure the layout to your own tastes and needs. A large hallway with its pretty rose patterns and duo of leaded windows leads the way to two superbly sized reception rooms each with modern fireplaces and elegant cornicing and picture rails. The large main reception room is beautifully lit by wide bay windows, while an adjacent dining room opens onto the west-facing patio making it easy to enjoy al fresco meals in the summer sun.
Fully fitted with stylish beech cabinets and black countertops the notable dimensions of the separate modern kitchen provide an impressive amount of storage and workspace, while an extensive utility room has space for a freestanding fridge-freezer and your laundry appliances. A convenient cloakroom and deep under-stairs cupboard complete the ground floor.
Upstairs, four bedrooms generate an enviable amount of flexible family accommodation and plenty of chance to create a dedicated work from home space for those who need it. Ideal for busy households, this home has a family bathroom along with a separate shower room and a further cloakroom.
A broad loft space can be converted (STNC).
A walled west-facing garden with a water feature is a wonderful retreat at the end of the day. Framed by raised brick flowerbeds well-planted with an array of dahlias, hydrangeas and Hebe, it's easy to see that this tranquil space has been lovingly tended. A paved patio has space for you to enjoy outdoor meals with friends, a glass of wine or a morning coffee. The central lawn has space for children to play and a large greenhouse is an added bonus for budding gardeners.
"When we first saw this house 34 years ago we instantly fell in love with it. Having rushed there to be the first to see it we made an offer straight away. It stood head and shoulders above anything else we'd seen and it was one of those "must have" moments.
We'll really miss the size of the rooms and the way that the suns flows into the east-facing lounge in the morning and then moves across to the garden for the afternoons."