On approaching this lovely looking detached Victorian home, you are greeted by a range of attractive architectural features, firstly the striking arched picture window in the red brick gable end, which contrasts nicely with the Georgian bay window on the left side of the front elevation. The front of the property is shielded by a mature hedge forming a courtyard effect allowing for a seating area before entering the front door. Internally, the first feature which catches the eye is the mosaic patterned floor tiles, which run through the hall into the large dining kitchen area at the rear. Either side of the hall at the front of the property the rooms are firstly, a large double bedroom with en suite shower room and a dining room, which has dual aspect windows to the front and side, making a bright and pleasing space. This room in turn has large double doors linking it to the formal lounge, which can also be accessed from the hall. From the hall there is a cloakroom and access to both the kitchen and lounge. The lounge has an imposing Dauphin style fireplace with log burner. This superb bright and airy room has side aspect windows and part glazed French doors leading into a large Victorian style double glazed timber and brick built conservatory, with wonderful views of the garden and river beyond, as does the adjoining kitchen breakfast room, which, is a substantial square shaped room with an attached scullery, which can be used as a utility room.
On the first floor there are a further two bedrooms, a large double room with front and rear aspect windows, the second bedroom is also a double room, with an arched picture window to the front, which gives an attractive outlook onto the side of a mature facing garden. The first floor also includes a bathroom with free standing claw foot bath.