Constructed in 1936 by renowned local builder Charlie Harrowell as his personal home, the property offers a wealth of original features including the striking oak panelled reception hall and staircase.
To the front of the house is the family room which features a corner fireplace, typical of the 1930's era with an attractive bay window incorporating a window seat. The kitchen / breakfast room is well appointed with a range of bespoke shaker style cabinets and black granite worktops including a central breakfast island with further useful storage. The kitchen extends to a bright breakfast area leading to the study which has a delightful outlook over the garden. A 25' long triple aspect drawing room with attractive stone fireplace offers excellent space with high ceilings and french doors also giving access to the rear garden.
To the first floor there are four bedrooms, two of which benefit from bespoke fitted wardrobes with decorative panelling echoing the oak design on the ground floor. The master bedroom has an en-suite shower, whilst the family bathroom has been refitted with a free standing bath, dual basins and walk in shower.
The gardens are accessed via original wrought iron gates with driveway to the garage. The gardens to the front are very well established and sheltered from the road by a low brick wall and mature trees. The delightful enclosed rear garden benefits from an area of lawn, well stocked shrub beds and borders and numerous mature trees including apple and rare tulip. There is also a summerhouse and shed. EPC rating D.