A pretty semi detached Edwardian cottage style home originally constructed in the 1903 s, later extended in 1990 with the addition of a two storey flank extension and more recently with the addition of a beautiful conservatory leading off the dining room. Whilst extending, our client undertook an extensive renovation programme. The exterior belies the size of the accommodation within, which is surprisingly roomy and there is still further scope for a loft conversion, subject to planning consent. The house is set on an east/west axis, making all the rooms light and sunny. The traditional front aspect living room faces west and is a cosy room retaining its open fireplace with original surround. This leads through an archway into the dining room that also retains its fireplace and is a good-sized room with ample space for freestanding furniture. To the rear is a lovely double glazed conservatory installed in 2011 with its vaulted glass ceiling and bi-fold doors that slide back, making the garden an extension of the living space in the summer and a delightful useable room all year round. Also leading off the dining room is the large galley style kitchen that has been comprehensively fitted with a range of Shaker style units with an integrated dishwasher, fridge/freezer and range cooker with a matching canopied cooker hood over. To one end a door opens onto the garden and opposite is a door that gives access to the garage/storage area.
To the first floor are four bedrooms, the master being of a generous size with built-in wardrobes and a pretty circular window. Completing the accommodation is the bathroom that has been beautifully appointed with a white period style suite incorporating a role top bath and a separate state of the art shower cubical with body jets, mood lighting and hi-fi system. Council Tax Band: E