Built by Berg in the 1930s, this is a fine example of the classic arts and crafts influenced design that was so popular in this era and for which the builders had a strong reputation.
From the canopied entrance porch the solid oak front door opens into a very welcoming reception hall, with light oak panelling, wooden flooring and a large under stairs cupboard. Double doors open into the large living room, which has a feature fireplace and double casement doors opening onto the garden. Returning to the hallway, there is a separate dining room to the front, again with a feature fireplace. There is an L-shaped kitchen/breakfast room with granite worktops and upstands and a full range of base and eye-level cabinets. There are integrated appliances that include a gas hob with built-in double below, washing machine, dishwasher and extractor hood. The tiled flooring continues into the breakfast/family room, with its vaulted ceiling with built-in skylight and there are also another set of double-glazed casement doors onto the garden. At the other end of the breakfast room there is an internal lobby with fitted cupboards, a guest cloakroom with a modern white suite and a door leading to a study/office that overlooks the front driveway.
Upstairs, passing the tall catherdral-style window to the first floor landing you will find 3 very well proportioned bedrooms, all of which have wardrobes, the bathroom with a modern white suite and a separate shower room, again with a modern white suite. There is also a very useful eaves room adjacent to the main bedroom, which could alternatively be used as an occasional bedroom, if so desired. The property has an efficient central heating system and is also completely double-glazed.