Savills is delighted to present Charleston House which is a glorious 6 bedroom detached period
property built in c. 1911. Charleston is an exceptionally well built and a well-designed property which maximizes space and natural light throughout its three floors of accommodation.
The house is in impeccable decorative order having undergone renovations and refurbishments approximately 15 years ago, internally the property has maintained its original features such as staircase, plasterwork, picture rails and weighted sash windows all of which are in fine fettle. Charleston is situated on a south west facing site which is wonderfully mature and private, the property is accessed via electric gates and from here a gradually ascending drivewaybrings you to both the front and rear doorways. Stepping inside the front door reveals a welcoming hallway, bright lounge, formal dining room, a bright southeast facing morning room, study, guest WC, pantries, kitchen/breakfast room and a scullery. Making your way up the feature solid oak staircase to the first floor you will find six bedrooms, two of which are en suite and two bathrooms. An unassuming doorway grants access to the second floor where you will find two more rooms and a secret attic room with trap door into the en suite below and superb views of the nearby waterways and grounds.
Charleston's construction was commissioned by Mr John Hallaran Bennett in C. 1910. Correspondence still in existence today outlines that many of the materials used in the property's creation were imported from the U.K. Both the property and its grounds have a direct historical connection with the nearby Maltings which was taken over by Mr John Hallaran Bennett from his father in 1885. Th ...