A lovely townhouse in a wonderful location in the heart of this much sought-after market town.
Principal bedroom with en-suite bathroom
Three or four Further bedrooms
Three Further bathrooms
Three Reception rooms
Large kitchen/dining/family room
Southerly facing enclosed gardens.
The main house dates from 1823 being late Georgian, although early records indicate that there was originally a smaller property on the site. The substantial and elegant accommodation has an innate charm, still retaining much of the character of the era, including open fireplaces, window shutters, picture rails and architrave. The front door opens into a lobby and then through to a large central reception hall. There is a door down to the cellar, where there is also the original wine alcoves. At the front of the property is a generous drawing room with open fireplace and a delightful separate dining room, with an impressive marble fireplace. The kitchen has the essential AGA and steps lead up to the spectacular orangery, which has doors opening out on to the garden. There is an inner hallway with a secondary staircase to the first floor, together with a utility/shower room. This hall also leads to the rear sitting room which has casement doors opening onto the lovely south/west facing rear garden.
On the first floor there is a main bedroom with en suite bathroom, three further bedrooms with an additional study area. There is a family bathroom and a separate shower room.
The rear garden is a delight and quite unexpected for a town centre location, with a charming courtyard area incorporating a terrace off the orangery. There is a generous expanse of lawn with borders which are well stocked with mature plants and shrubs. The garden is walled on all sides and enjoys a south westerly aspect
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