This attractive substantial detached house built c1928 still retains a wealth of original character and occupies a prominent corner position standing in secluded west facing gardens, and is conveniently located within easy walking distance of the town centre and train station. An added benefit is the potential for a one bedroom self contained annex which would be ideal for an elderly relative or teenager.
As you enter the property there is an impressive reception hall with parquet flooring which extends to all the principal rooms and oak turn staircase. From here you can access the self contained annex and the main reception rooms.
The generous sitting room has dual aspect windows over looking the gardens, and feature 'Minster' stone open fire framed by exposed oak beam. The separate dining room has the original open wood/tile open fire and bay window with door to the gardens.
Adjacent to this is the kitchen which has a good range of base cupboards and work surface. There is the original fitted dresser, walk in pantry and a range of integrated appliances with range cooker and extractor canopy. A connecting door leads to the utility/boot room with further work and appliance space, various store cupboards housing central heating boiler and pressurised water tank, cloak room/WC and access to the rear courtyard.
The spacious first floor landing has exposed beams, linen and walk in store cupboards. There are four generous double bedrooms on this floor with the master bedroom having a large en-suite shower room/WC. All the bedrooms have pleasant views over the gardens and there is an additional family bathroom with separate WC.
Outside the secluded west facing garden is well screened by established trees and there is a full width patio area and gated side access. In addition to this there is an enclosed rear courtyard garden, workshop and timber garden store. The Large garage is accessed via Grove Road and is approached by a private drive with ample parking.