Period features throughout with contemporary interiors and fittings
Three reception rooms
Premium kitchen/breakfast room
Two large family bathrooms'
Double garage and single garage
Gas central heating
Walking distance to local amenities and schools
14 rooms over c2,000 sq.ft. Across 3 floors
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Description Constructed in 1906 by a master builder, a rare opportunity to purchase a truly unique and stunning four/five bedroom detached residence with accommodation arranged over three floors. This fabulous home is a Rushmoor Building of Local Interest.
To the first floor the inviting hallway is open planned to the bay front reception room and leads through to the bay fronted study. Throughout the first floor there is real wood floor leading to a spacious, Travertine bathroom complete with built-in coats' storage. There is a walk in closet and dual aspect living room with feature fire place.
To the ground floor there is a sitting room open plan to the dining room with exposed brick walls and French doors onto the garden. This wonderful space leads to the utility room and inner hallway with storage and access to the double garage. The kitchen/breakfast room over looks the garden and has a German Rationale kitchen which the sellers sourced from the Ideal Home exhibition. The large ergonomic kitchen provides extensive worktop and storage capacity, with a feature central island and breakfast bar, range cooker and Amtico flooring.
To the second floor there are three double bedrooms with two being dual aspect. There are storage cupboards in two of these bedrooms. There is also a stunning four piece bath/shower room.
Outside the property has a wrap around garden framed by mature trees, with two patios, circulation paths and a detached workshop.
The house has been stylishly and responsibly transformed over twenty five years and offers buyers further opportunities for enhancing the property, such as the garage conversion. (The Sunday Times 'Home' section featured a design concept for the house).
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