Guide price £815,000
- Secondary Accom
- Off Road Parking
- Double Garage
A classically designed Regency house in The Crescent, perfectly located for access to Chapelfield Gardens, the Theatre and the centre of Norwich.
A period property with well proportioned rooms, high ceilings (3m), shuttered front windows and attractive open fireplaces. The property has a south eastern aspect overlooking the Crescent and benefits from a separate rear access to a double garage and Coach House.
In 2010, the current owners undertook a complete refurbishment and upgrading of the property. The refurbishment included the installation of a new kitchen with black polished granite work-surfaces and an eye catching, single storey breakfast/dining room extension. Built with a cantilevered Sedum roof, a lantern skylight and full-length sliding windows that retract into the Red Cedar clad cavity wall, the west facing courtyard garden effectively becomes integrated into the overall accommodation of the house in the summer. The design received a Commendation Award from the Royal Institute of British Architects under the "Spirit of Ingenuity" category.
The refurbishment also included the installation of a new boiler and central heating system, a new shower/wet room on the ground floor, and a family bathroom on the first floor. Travertine floor tiles have been laid in the hallway, study and kitchen/dining room. Underfloor heating has been installed in the hallway and kitchen/dining room. A cellar provides ample storage or could be converted into additional accommodation. On the first floor, there are four well proportioned bedrooms, a dressing room and a family bathroom.
To the rear is a two storey Coach House, recently renovated and providing additional accommodation as required.