A quintessentially English semi-detached, 5 bedroom manor house nestled in a quiet, tucked away position and enjoying a deceptively spacious plot. With the unusual benefit of ample parking as well as a detached double garage, this property really is the best combination of charming period features and modern qualities that 21st century families expect. Being built in 1857 and once owned by a close relative of the famous artist J.M.W Turner, the property really has a wealth of history to tell. Together with remarkable character, original open fireplaces, 19th century timber panelling, exposed ornate timber floorboards, tremendous cornice and original decorative coving make this truly special house A MUST SEE to fully appreciate it and all that it offers.
Walking you through the property starting at the grand entrance gate. Proceed over the large chipping area where you can find ample off road parking and level access to the double garage. A pathway leads to the main entrance which is situated on the side elevation of the property. Stepping through the entrance porch into the fantastic grand period hallway. The hallway leads to most of the rooms on this floor, with its divine 19th century timber panelling, mottled original window and is surprisingly light being fairly central to the property. Under your feet runs these lovely original timber floor boards.
The spectacular Drawing Room is situated to the front of the property, with a bay window, a cast Iron fireplace with marble hearth creating the focal point to the room. You'll happily enjoy this room with your family and friends. The dining room overlooks the garden to the front and this is the social hub of the house, the perfect space to entertain with high ceilings, superb focal point again with the original fireplace and marble mantles, solid timber floor boards and bay window. A simply marvelous room.
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