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An exceptional family home built in the early 1920’s which has retained a wealth of Arts & Crafts detailing. The accommodation has been painstakingly restored and extended to offer modern convenience and is offered for sale for only the second time in its history.

Approached via a grand sweeping carriage driveway, flanked by box hedging. Internally, the generous accommodation exceeds 2,000 sq ft and opens into a wide entrance hallway. Throughout are numerous architectural features including stained glass panelled doors, decorative tracery ceilings and a stunning carved timber staircase.

Accessed from the hallway is the sitting room with ornate fireplace, as well as an exceptional dining/kitchen. This wonderful sociable space spans the entire width of the house and has a bay window at the dining end. The kitchen has quarry tiling and hand-built bespoke units, complemented by granite worksurfaces, with a Belfast sink and Aga. Beyond the dining/kitchen is a fabulous family room with triple aspect windows centred around a log burning stove. In addition, is a handy utility room.

The first-floor houses four bedrooms including the stunning master suite with high vaulted ceiling and a walk-in en-suite bathroom complete with roll top bath. The further three bedrooms are served by a family shower room.

The property sits proudly back from the road on a generous sized plot with far rear reaching views from the first floor. The gardens to the side and rear are beautifully landscaped with mature trees and hedging.

In summary, a quite unique home immaculately maintained with great attention to architectural detail and heritage.