A refined residence of extraordinary proportions and opulent features, this Grade 11 listed Townhouse has been lovingly-restored and is certain to captivate! Read more
A refined residence of extraordinary proportions and opulent features, this Grade 11 listed Townhouse has been lovingly-restored and is certain to captivate!
Built circa 1830-1840 and steeped in local heritage, this beautiful Grade 11 listed Townhouse represents local architectural importance and promises to deliver; beholding extraordinary proportions and a wealth of charm with opulent original and reclaimed features whilst having been sympathetically restored and remodelled to provide a sumptuous blend of contemporary upgraded comforts certain to impress the most discerning of modern families and their guests alike. Occupying a .16 acre plot of walled sun-trap gardens, on approach to this handsome double-fronted residence, an original path guides from a gated entrance through symmetrical lawns and leads to the original imposing entrance door with bay-fronted windows to either side. Upon arrival, an inner Vestibule opens up further to the central Reception Hallway with three separate Reception Rooms plus a large contemporary Breakfast Kitchen with further Utility Room housing secondary catering ovens; ideal for entertaining family and friends on those special occasions, whilst a ground floor Wet Room creates versatility for guests and extended families. From a split-level Landing, a contemporary Family Bathroom is found before unfolding further to the first floor where striking focal windows fill the property with an abundance of natural light and leads centrally to four generously-appointed double Bedrooms; all with fitted wardrobes and with the Master Suite providing an indulgent Dressing Area and En-Suite Shower Room. Externally, to the rear of the property, double vehicle gates afford ample off-road parking to a cobbled carriageway and leads to a double garage with significant storage and further possibilities having been converted from an original Drovers Inn. Thoughtfully screened, sweeping pathways flow through to the highly-private rear garden with raised vegetable plots, shaped lawns and sun-trap seating areas framed by an original walled landscape with fruit-baring trees. Unique to the market and guaranteed to captivate any purchaser seeking a statement period home filled with an abundance of striking features to include; sash windows, cast-iron original fireplaces, ornate cornicing and deep skirting boards just to name a few. Only upon full inspection can this remarkable residence be truly appreciated as its history and transformation unfolds throughout and its inherent appeal be appreciated whilst being attractively located within a short stroll of Norton's tree-lined High Street with a vast array of acclaimed amenities and with excellent commuter links just moments away. ONE NOT TO BE MISSED.
Living Room19'4" (5.89m) into bay x 15'7" (4.75m).
Drawing Room19'5" (5.93m) into bay x 15'7" (4.74m).