Annesley was built in the 1980s to a traditional design with brick elevations under a pitched tile roof. Over the last couple of years the present owners have undertaken a programme of modernisation and refurbishment. Works have included replacement of all windows and most doors with upvc sealed double glazed units, alteration to the ground floor layout to provide a fabulous kitchen with integral dining area with two pairs of sliding patio doors opening to the garden. Oak flooring to the hall and kitchen. New sanitary ware, redecoration and replanting of the garden. The result is a beautifully appointed light and airy townhouse with accommodation that will suit either a family or retireds together with a secluded west facing walled garden at the rear.
There is a large reception hall with galleried landing, a particularly well proportioned sitting room with a Jetmaster fireplace and sliding patio doors to the garden. The kitchen has a contemporary feel and includes a fridge freezer, dishwasher, induction hob with extractor hood over, double oven and downlighting. The utility room is of a good size and gives direct access to the double garage which has an electrically operated door and houses a recently refitted gas fired boiler.
On the first floor there are four bedrooms, all with wardrobes and the principal bedroom has an en-suite shower room.
Generally the house is well equipped with built-in cupboards and wardrobes and there is further storage in the loft which is part boarded.
The property is one of five off a private cul-de-sac. The private road leads to a pavier driveway in turn giving access to the garage. There is an open plan lawn at the front and a delightful and secluded walled garden to the rear which includes a terrace, log store and side access