This charming property is a classic example of a 1930's family home, full of the character associated with Frank Chown, the renowned local builder of the era. The owners have improved and maintained the property to a high standard, retaining many of the original features including an impressive Inglenook and an abundance of exposed oak beams throughout. The handsome front elevation, with the distinctive turret, compliment the predominantly Austrian reed thatched roof. The welcoming entrance hall retains the original oak floor which continues throughout the principle reception rooms. The Inglenook fireplace, complete with oak seating and display recesses, framed by oak supports and Bressummer, is situated in the double aspect sitting room with French doors opening onto a sheltered loggia. Original folding doors open into the dining room, again overlooking the garden through a full height bay window. The triple aspect family room is a welcome addition, enhancing the living space. The kitchen is fitted with a range of cream cabinet and drawer units, including the original larder, together with a useful island unit with a distinctive composite preparation surface adding a contemporary twist. A Travertine stone floor flows seamlessly into a substantial conservatory which enjoys access to and a fabulous view of the garden. From the entrance hall, a wide staircase within the turret turns to the landing, with interesting stepped windows of the turret overlooking the front garden. All four bedrooms are well proportioned and include fitted wardrobes, with the master having an en suite shower room with oversized shower.