The property offers a mix of original and more modern accommodation with the traditional reception rooms of the Edwardian house and a ground floor addition that servers currently as an annex but just as easily provides more and very spacious family room space.
The layout allows for so many options with one of the bathrooms on the ground floor capable of becoming a utility room or even a second kitchen if an entirely self-contained annex is required. Alternatively, the large annex living room cries out for bi-fold doors and a lantern roof installation to really enhance the space with an outlook to the private rear garden.
The property has been almost entirely professionally refreshed in recent years with extensive re-plastering, a plumbing, wiring and heating overhaul. Virtually all of carpets etc. are new, the dining room floor has been sanded, the kitchen and bathrooms on the upper floors are new and the attic space has been very successfully converted and fully insulated to provide two further double bedrooms and a shower room with far reaching views to Wraxall and Tyntesfield Court and The Belmont House country estates in particular.
The decoration is neutral, and the rooms are light and bright, while the windows are double glazed for added energy efficiency.
The reception hall offers an immediate sense of space with soaring ceilings, access to the inner hall, original panelled doors to the principal reception rooms and a staircase rising to the first floor with a storage cupboard beneath.
The sitting room is a very attractive room with a broad three light bay allowing an outlook to the front and open-hearth fireplace, plaque shelves and a compartmented ceiling.
The dining room may also be used as a second sitting room or perhaps a music room or study allowing plenty of space to work from home.
The inner hall leads to a generous breakfast room, (or dining room), that adjoins the kitchen. The kitchen proves that modern and period can mix well with a full range of wall and floor cabinets with clean sharp contemporary lines, good quality laminated work surfaces, an inset hob, built in oven, chimney hood, an integrated dishwasher, fridge and freezer.
The outlook from the kitchen is through a conservatory to the rear garden and a door opens to a hall at the side that leads to a cloakroom, a shower room, a bathroom and to a spacious additional double aspect reception room. This room – a great family room - opens in turn to the patio and garden.
On the first floor, a second matching staircase rises from the landing to the second floor and there are three ample double bedrooms including the generous bay windowed first bedroom at the front with expansive views. Two of the bedrooms have basins and period cast iron ducks nest fireplaces while, a bathroom is arranged off the landing. The second-floor landing leads to a shower room and two further double bedrooms on the rear and one to the front enjoying panoramic views.
The living space is double glazed and gas centrally heated with a combi boiler and radiators.