A most impressive and spacious period townhouse, with modern annexe, extensive parking and garden, ideal as a family home or with potential as a B and B or guesthouse
This historic house dates from the late 18th Century with late 19th Century alterations and is Listed Grade II of architectural and historic interest. There are stock brick elevations in Flemish bond with stone coping and a hipped roof. Internally there is a fine staircase with mahogany handrail and some of the rooms have fine period cornices.
Internally this spacious house has some wonderful rooms with elegant proportions. The stylish kitchen at the rear has modern cabinets, and the raised ceiling pitch and large windows create a great ambience. The three principal reception rooms are on the ground floor, accessed from the staircase hall.
The lower ground floor has a guest bedroom suite at the rear, the remainder of the floor being storerooms and it is considered this area may be suitable for alteration (subject to the necessary consents) if further living accommodation is required. There are five further bedrooms, two bathrooms and a shower room arranged on the first and second floor.
Set a little behind the main house is a single storey brick annexe, built in the late 20th Century. This has three bedrooms and two shower rooms and is ideal as secondary accommodation or for bed and breakfast use.
The property is reached up stone steps leading to the front door, with vehicular access to the rear. There are seven parking spaces and a large garage with storage shed adjacent. Steps lead up to the garden, which is partly walled and, in the main, paved. It is unusual to have such extensive parking and outside space for a city centre property.
Property Features Include: Historic Home
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Lot Acres: 0.1