Full of charm and character and steeped in history is Nethersole House, believed in parts to date back to the early 1600’s. This Grade II listed property offers versatile and well-proportioned living accommodation and boasts many attractive features including exposed beams, impressive feature fireplaces and a lovely dining room with vaulted ceiling. There is also a delightful courtyard garden to the rear, which is ideal to sit out in.

The accommodation briefly comprises to the ground floor three reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room with integrated oven, hob and dishwasher and a cloakroom.

To the first floor there are three bedrooms and a family bathroom. One of the bedrooms has an en-suite bathroom whilst the principal bedroom has both a dressing room and a shower room. To the second floor there is an attic bedroom and a study area as well as a further bathroom.

We understand from the vendor that in the late 1940’s the property became two units and in the 1960’s it became an antique shop with accommodation over and then purely residential in the 1980’s.

Nethersole House has been maintained and refurbished to a good standard and is found in a popular and sought-after location within easy access to the city centre and all it has to offer.

Room Sizes
Reception Room 3.86m x 3.73m (12'8 x 12'3)
Sitting Room 8.13m x 4.06m (26'8 x 13'4)
Dining Room 7.49m x 2.06m (24'7 x 6'9)
Kitchen 3.43m x 2.84m (11'3 x 9'4)
Bedroom 4.55m x 3.61m (14'11 x 11'10)
Bedroom 3.86m x 2.72m (12'8 x 8'11 )
Bedroom 4.50m x 2.79m (14'9 x 9'2)
Study 2.77m x 2.44m (9'1 x 8'0)
Bedroom 3.48m x 2.77m (11'5 x 9'1)

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