For Sale By Private Treaty
- End of Terrace
No 18 is a Grade ll Listed, end of the terrace house, built in 1825 by John Burn, providing a lovely family house with well-proportioned reception rooms and high ceilings. Built of red brick under a slate roof, the accommodation extends to circa 506 m² (5,456 ft²), laid out over a basement, ground and two upper floors.
The house has been sympathetically refurbished with the creation of a new large kitchen/breakfast room overlooking the courtyard. The extension includes an additional ground floor reception room and a bedroom with an en-suite shower room. The house now benefits from underfloor heating throughout together with motion sensor lighting in the hallways and other rooms.
The property has been refurbishment with an attention to detail and includes many period features such as covings, ceiling roses and picture rails. The house has new double glazing throughout, new bathrooms and a bespoke kitchen with Miele appliances. All the bedrooms benefit from built-in storage cupboards.
A fine entrance hall leads to two inter-connecting reception rooms with open fireplaces, a dining room with hidden cupboard and a ground floor wc with wash hand basin. A south facing conservatory has been created leading to the new reception room, the full depth of the house. A single storey kitchen extension, has been created from the servants quarters and outbuildings, with access to the rear courtyard.
On the lower ground floor is a study lined with bookshelves, and a large storage area, housing the hot water tank and laundry units.
On the first floor are three well-proportioned bedrooms, and a family bathroom. The master suite comprises a large double bedroom, en-suite shower room and large dressing room. Bedroom 2 comprises an en-suite shower room and there is an additional family bathroom. Going into the apex on the second floor is a large childrens bedroom with an en-suite shower room and around the bedroom is ample under eaves storage.