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Built in 1852 by French architect Samuel Sanders Teulon, this imaginative conversion undertaken by the current owners has created a wonderful home. The property retains its original architecture with the addition of antique salvage and modern comforts resulting in a very individual and charming property. Entrance porch, hall, living room with villager stove, family/dining room with Coalbrookedale stove. Kitchen with shaker style cupboards, granite work surfaces, quartz surround to sink and a Watson oil fired cooking range which serves the radiators. Study with mullioned window and feature fireplace, downstairs bathroom with roll top bath, dog leg staircase and galleried landing, upstairs bathroom and three bedrooms, two of which are large with high ceilings, beams, a working fireplace, stained glass windows and stone lancets. The gardens extend to half an acre with shrubbery, lawns, mature trees and a charming south facing flagged terrace. The gravelled driveway provides parking for numerous cars.
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With a paved floor, vaulted timber ceiling, a gothic arch, timber and an iron clad door.
A gothic arched internal picture window into the kitchen. High level ceilings, period clay Minton tessellated tiled flooring, coving to the ceiling and a dado rail. Timber beams and corbel to the ceiling.
Dual aspect views to the front and side via leaded stained glass windows depicting two Saints. A carved and pierced stone inglenook fire surround with a cast iron stove to the flagged hearth. Radiator and oak parquet flooring.
Window to the side aspect, feature fireplace, timber flooring, radiator.
Two arched topped, coloured and leaded windows to the front aspect. Quarry tiled flooring, a carved timber fire surround and a Coalbrookedale cast iron multi fuel stove to the paved hearth.
Dual aspect views provided via arch topped leaded windows to the side and rear. Bespoke handmade base and wall units, granite work surfaces, unglazed marble tiled splash backs. Polished red quartz double surround to the stainless steel unit with a mono-mixer tap and a gothic oak cupboard underneath. A Watson blue enamelled oil fired cooking range with a back burner, an electric cooker point, an antique dresser and tiled flooring.
Dual aspect views provided via leaded coloured windows to the front and side. White double ended roll top bath with ball and claw feet, a close coupled WC and a large square French pot sink with cupboards under. Half panelled walls, coving to the ceiling and a marble tiled floor.
With stone steps, skylight window to the rear aspect . Timber beams and coving to the high sloping ceiling, radiator.
Tri aspect views to the front side and rear elevation. A centre window with stunning quatrefoil coloured leaded glass to the side aspect. Built in wardrobes, radiator, exposed timber beams and braces to the high vaulted ceilings and walls.
Tri aspect views to the front, side and rear elevation via three stepped lancets with stained glass window panes, collared shafts and stone dog toothing intricate detailing and exposed brickwork. High vaulted ceiling with heavy timber beams that frames the other two skylight windows. A carved wooden surround to the inglenook style fireplace with stone hearth, two radiators.
A skylight window to the front aspect. Beams and braces to the high vaulted ceiling, radiator. Linen cupboard housing a hot water cylinder and a immersion heater.
Window to the rear aspect , panelled bath with a shower handset, a close coupled WC and a vanity wash hand basin set into a marble top. Tiling to half walls, recessed down lighting, radiator, timber beams to the walls and ceiling.
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