We take great delight in bringing this utterly charming 3 bed period residence to the market which dates from the mid 1800's and offers beautifully proportioned light-filled accommodation with many of the original period features intact and a secluded garden to the rear. It comes with the benefit of planning permission to extend the ground floor.
Once over the threshold you are greeted by an impressive and spacious entrance hall with a fan light over the front door. It also has original wood flooring. Into to the left is an elegant light-filled reception room with an original black marble open fire and original wooden floors, The dining room and kitchen are to the rear on this level. It is an open plan space with the dining room stretching the width of the house. In the return and down a couple of steps is the kitchen.
Downstairs and to the front there are two bedrooms. One is a double and has fitted wardrobes as well as its original cast iron fireplace. The other is a single with a door leading out to the courtyard at the front. The main bedroom is to the back of the house and has a wonderful fireplace of exposed brick and stone. In the return is the family bathroom which has a roll top cast iron bath and a separate shower unit.
The rear garden is very impressive extending to 43ft/13m, it is beautifully planted with mature, lush trees and shrubbery and has a raised decked area to the rear to make the most of the evening sun.
Heytesbury Street itself is a wide and very impressive tree-lined early Victorian street which lies within 10 minutes walking distance of St Stephen’s Green, Grafton Street and Christchurch. The immediate area is home to choice restaurants, coffee houses, delis and a Tesco Express while several fine schools ...