Likely to date from the late 1880s, this most attractive townhouse is constructed of stone under a pitched slate roof, together with two more recent additions and provides spacious and very well appointed accommodation over two storeys. The front door …
Likely to date from the late 1880’s, this most attractive townhouse is constructed of stone under a pitched slate roof, together with two more recent additions and provides spacious and very well appointed accommodation over two storeys. The front door opens into a vestibule and on to an entrance hallway with stairs to the first floor. To the right is a magnificent sitting room a bay window, high ceiling, ornate cornicing and a wood burning stove with a timber mantle. The sitting room leads to a light and airy sun room which is triple aspect and has a door to the garden. Back in the hallway, opposite the sitting room is a spacious dining room, also with a stove and a bay window. Off the dining room is a breakfasting kitchen which has an excellent range of timber wall and floor units and an AGA. There is also a utility room/pantry which has space for white goods. A shower room with modern fittings and a study complete the ground floor accommodation. Part way up the stairs, to the left is a family bathroom. Continuing up the stairs, the first floor landing gives access to five bedrooms, three of which are particularly generous in size and all of which are light and airy. Overall the house has a wonderfully light and welcoming atmosphere.
The house sits within a delightful sheltered garden which to the rear is enclosed by a stone wall and includes a patio, vegetable patch, a lawn, pond and various mature plants, trees and bushes. There is also a timber shed, wood store and covered storage area. To the front is a further area of lawn bordered by mature plants whilst off street parking is provided on a driveway to the side of the house.