Built in the late 1980's, this Tudor styled family home offers an abundance of versatile and flexible living space arranged over four floors. In our clients occupation and serving as a family home for almost 18 years, this charming and rarely available home comes to the market only because of relocation.
The welcoming entrance hallway opens onto a reception room that extends to some 17' in length. Previously used in a formal dining capacity, this spacious room can be utilised to suit. From here a short rising staircase leads to the first floor where the kitchen and adjoining utility room can be found. The adjacent sitting room, much like the kitchen, opens onto the secluded sun terrace which is a superb sun trap on account of its southerly orientation. There is scope to extend outwards (subject to the usual consent) or to combine the entire first floor living space to one open plan area if so desired.
Upwards onto the second floor the master bedroom and second bedroom can be found both of which have far reaching views. The master bedroom is an excellent size and accommodates a bank of fitted wardrobes and a neat en suite shower room. The top floor hosts the family bathroom refitted to provide neat while sanitaryware and feature tiling. Bedrooms three and four enjoy a rear aspect, one with a split level mezzanine area used as a raised sleeping area, the other with a useful storage area.
In summary this is a unique and interesting property offering a wealth of living space in a highly desirable setting. The double garage and south backing garden further the appeal of this rare opportunity and also offers the convenience of no onward chain.