A charming detached Victorian house, with a stylish blend of character features & modern décor, built in 1887, believed to have once been owned by the station master who was the inspiration behind the character in Edith Nesbits Railway Children.
The front door opens into a generous entrance hall with stairs leading to the first floor and doors to the garage and the reception rooms. The bay-fronted living room has a high ceiling and an imposing cast iron and minster stone style fireplace. Varnished floorboards continue into the second reception room where there are double doors out to the garden. The kitchen/diner is well designed with a range of fitted shaker style wall and base units with a wood worktop over incorporating a porcelain sink. There are velux windows, double doors leading outside and ceramic floor tiles. Off the kitchen is a fully tiled shower room with W.C. A double guest bedroom with velux windows completes the ground floor accommodation.
Upstairs the landing leads to three bedrooms and a modern bathroom fitted with a white suite. There is access to a loft which has been part converted to create a useable space.
Outside the house is approached via a wide brick paved driveway through automatic electric gates which provides off-road parking for multiple vehicles. There is a good-sized garden to the front and side of the house which is landscaped with a variety of shrubs and plants providing seclusion. The house also benefits from an integral garage and there is a good-sized shed/outbuilding with power which could be used as an office.