Guide price £1,250,000
The central and original part of Town House dates back several hundred years, which is evidenced by the Inglenook fireplace in the sitting room but in more recent years the property has been cleverly extended and modernised to provide a pleasing blend of light and spacious rooms centred around the original core. A formal entrance leads into the reception hall with ''black and white' tiled floor, leads to a cloakroom with ample cupboarding. Further doors lead through to the dining room with an attractive sitting room lying to one side with inglenook fireplace window with window seat and to the other side a study/snug also with period fireplace. The drawing room is well proportioned, particularly light and has a formal period style fireplace with open grate, a bookcase and display shelves. There are also French doors out on to the terrace. The kitchen/breakfast room has an AGA, a range of panelled fitted cupboards and has a door through to a pantry area and utility/boot room, housing the oil fired boiler. A galleried landing leads to the principal bedroom, being a particularly light and charming room with double aspect enjoying glorious views, three built-in cupboards and spacious en suite bathroom with shower, wc and wash basin. An en suite guest bedroom lies to the other end of the landing with an en suite bathroom and two further bedrooms are served by a family bathroom.
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