Showcasing vast volumes, this sensational five-bedroom period family house is laid out over four floors, tempering a well presented home throughout, which in recent years has gone through some significant amount of improvements, boasting generous amount of living and entertaining space.

Occupying the lower ground floor, is a welcoming entrance hall with doors leading into two open planned reception rooms. Towards the rear is a well appointed fitted kitchen that looks over the well manicured rear gardens.

The ground floor boasts a large double bedrooms and a family bathroom, the large master being located at the front and this room could double as an extra reception room. A further staircase takes you up to the first floor has two extra bedrooms. There is also a 2 loft rooms above, making up the five bedrooms.

The rear established garden is larger than expected and is mostly laid to lawn benefitting from sunshine all day long, a shed and an outbuilding that could be used as a workshop.

Room Sizes
Living Room 5.16m x 3.23m (16'11" x 10'07")
Dining Room 4.22m x 3.73m (13'10" x 12'03")
Kitchen 1.91m x 3.43m (6'03" x 11'03")
Bedroom Three / Reception Room 9.40m x 3.15m (30'10" x 10'04")
Family Bathroom 3.07m x 2.44m (10'01" x 8'00")
Bedroom One 3.94m x 2.67m (12'11" x 8'9")
Bedroom Two 3.86m x 4.55m (12'8" x 14'11")
Bedroom Four 3.94m x 2.67m (12'11" x 8'09")
Bedroom Five 4.55m x 3.86m (14'11" x 12'08")
Rear Garden approx 40. (approx 131'2")
Shed approx 3.58m x 1.57m (approx 11'9" x 5'2")
Outbuilding 6.6 x 3.8 (21'7" x 12'5")

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