On view Saturday 16th June 1.15pm - 2.00pm
Once known as Sydenham Terrace, this handsome row of imposing Victorian residences were completed in 1859. Now known as No.6 Corrig Avenue, this property is a shining example of an exceptionally well cared for and tastefully enhanced period residence which has been meticulously upgraded to exacting standards.
The elegant dÃ©cor sensitively highlights the abundance of beautiful original features that are found throughout including polished wood floors, tall ceilings complimented by intricate ceiling coving and centre roses, feature fireplaces, decorative door architraves and sliding sash windows with working window shutters.
Laid out over three floors with a four storey return, it extends to approximately 337sq.m. of flexible living and bedroom accommodation, the generous proportions of which set this house apart from the rest.
A railed front garden with off street parking lead up to this attractive residence. The garden level has its own entrance which leads through to an entrance lobby and in turn through to a very impressive bespoke country style kitchen where the highest quality of craftmanship is evident. There is a Travertine tiled floor and an excellent selection of solid wood cabinets and display units with black granite work tops and a centre island unit with a polished oak work top. There are top of the range Siemens and Neff appliances and a feature kerosene four oven white Aga. Off the kitchen there is a separate larder with bespoke cabinetry and an American fridge/freezer. The kitchen is open through to a cosy dinning area which comfortably houses a ten seater table and has hardwood floors and an attractive feature cast iron fireplace flanked by built in units.
The Travertine tiled floor continues through to the rear hall with half height panelled walls, built in under stair storage and a further storage closet. There is a full bathroom with Jacuzzi bath and a fantastic utility room with extensive built in storage.
Alight the stairs, with the wall panelling continuing upwards, to find a lovely famil ...