This delightful character home has been refurbished in recent years retaining many of the original features you would expect from property of this period. The entrance porch has been enclosed to include a useful sitting area/ boot room. The original front door opens to an impressive entrance hall with stripped wood flooring. The recently fitted kitchen has been tastefully refurbished with stone worktops and slate flooring; a separate utility houses the boiler and washing machine. A feature of the kitchen, in addition to the main oven is the free standing solid fuel Esse stove which doubles up as a log burner. The stripped wood flooring continues to the living room which features an inglenook log burner. There is a delightful second reception room/formal dining room; in addition to these reception rooms there is a ground floor cloakroom. The first floor landing is exceptionally large, giving the house a feeling of space. The master bedroom has its own en-suite with the remaining three bedrooms sharing the family bathroom. A door hides a permanent staircase leading to the large loft space for further storage. From the kitchen, a door provides access to the patio area and level garden which is laid to lawn. A block pavior driveway provides off road parking and leads to the garage, tucked behind this is a useful storage shed.
Located in a quiet Crescent yet within an easy walk of Penn Hill with its array of cafes, restaurants, bars and convenience shop. The local train station at Branksome, provides a direct line into London Waterloo in under 2 hours.