The Cremore houses were built by master craftsman Alexander Strain in the latter part of his and date back to the 1930s, where they exemplify the style and flair of properties built in this era. They have a handsome faÃ§ade with a half brick finish and bay window at ground floor level. The houses in Cremore are notable for the availability of off street parking and good gardens.
Number 7 Cremore Road comes to the market offering something very special. While possessing all the room proportions and period features that are notable in the Strain built Cremore houses, number 7 has in years gone by amalgamated a neighbouring plot to attain an utterly fantastic large lawned rear garden with an enviable south facing aspect. From the conservatory one accesses the rear garden and steps lead down to a lush lawn that extends to approx. 18m / 60ft in depth and 20m / 66 ft in width. This is a beautiful walled garden with mature trees and shrubs and a lush lawn that is a veritable sun trap from morning to evening. To the front of the house there is a small railed garden, a gravel area with trees and shrubs and a pathway lead to a storm porch and in the hall door. One enters into a beautiful reception hallway off which both reception rooms and the kitchen radiate. A stairwell leads to first floor level. The two reception rooms have high ceilings and feature fireplaces and the front reception room boasts a bay window overlooking the front garden. Sliding doors lead through to the second reception room and French doors in turn lead to a conservatory that takes full advantage of the south facing aspect. The conservatory is an open plan format with the kitchen breakfast room.
At first floor return is the smaller of the three bedrooms and a bathroom. At ...