This stunning evolution of the classical 'Georgian' detached home offers exceptional room proportions, while maximising light and space with clever deployment of up to date glazing techniques.
A bold main reception room to its front benefits from full-drop window sills and provision for wood burning stoves, while the aluminium large fin radiators are driven from a most efficient air-to-water heat pump ensuring comfort on nominal prices.
A second reception room is located opposite, flanking a u-return staircase complete with full length mezzanine window lighting both hall and landing spaces.
The rear of the ground floor footprint is a glass clad oasis, with full advantage taken of its l-shape to ensure an open plan feel is maintained while cleverly defining kitchen, dining and reception areas. French doors and bespoke corner windows are a consistent feature, while a clever utility room supports superbly the kitchen function.
A most economical upper floor landing offers efficient passage to each of the four bedrooms, and sports a double door hotpress. Bedrooms are generous, bright and airy, and present a practical shape to accommodate multiple configurations.
The master bed is located to the front of the house with a distinctive brick clad balcony effect and twin windows. Provision for both ensuite and walk in wardrobes ensures the bedroom chamber can remain unrestricted and peaceful.
The entire is encased in a low maintenance nap plaster exterior finish, with just enough antique brick and granite features to create a statement of refined design. Select planting, cobbled off-street parking and secure side access to fully fenced rear gardens complete the product.