122 East Street is a surprisingly spacious period town house estimated to date back over 200 years and understood to have been formerly a public house known as the Three Mariners. The property has main walls of solid stone, rendered and colour washed under a pitched roof.
The good sized accommodation is arranged over 3 floors enjoying views to the front over Riverside Gardens and East Street and to the rear over the town roof tops to the church and the surrounding hills. Character features include exposed beams, open fireplace, window seat, colour washed exposed stone and exposed floor boards. The many excellent features include a modern fitted kitchen with solid wood units, gas fired Rayburn cooker range (also providing central heating), Baumatic stainless steel 2 burner gas hob, Bosch combi oven/microwave and Lamona integrated dishwasher plus granite worktops, large modern bathroom with power shower, solid oak flooring to sitting/dining room and part oak veneer panelled doors.
The rear garden is a further feature extending to about 160' depth being well stocked, south facing and secluded. It includes a secret garden and at the far end frontage onto the River Asker and pedestrian access onto Back Rivers Lane and the water meadows beyond.
Viewing is strongly recommended by the sole agents.
The rear gardens are very attractive and well stocked. There is a terrace, large long lawn together with well stocked shrubs featuring an extensive variety of roses and double wrought iron gates lead into a secret garden with Timber Shed and leading to frontage onto the River Asker and to a gate to Back Rivers Lane.