Originally constructed in 1908 for two elderly sisters, this beautiful family home has been lovingly updated and conserved by successive owners whilst preserving much of the period charm. The latest upgrade being carried out by the current owners in 2017 to provide a stunning, period home incorporating the latest in 21st century technology.
The kitchen/family/dining room is the heart of the home. It is zoned for kitchen, TV, dining and socialising and includes a Nordpeis built in corner log burning fireplace, a hand painted kitchen, dining area and family seating/entertaining area. Double doors lead out to the patio and gardens beyond. Additional ground floor accommodation includes a study, impressive formal dining room and comfy snug with an open fireplace.
Upstairs, there are five luxurious bedrooms, two with ensuite facilities, with the master suite having his and hers dressing rooms, and a refitted family bathroom. In addition there is a laundry centre and drying room.
“Passivhaus” principles dictate that a home should be insulated, efficient and properly ventilated to provide the most economical and healthy lifestyle to the occupants. This is achieved by means of triple glazing, insulation and an MVHR system which exchanges the air in the house whilst recovering 97% of the heat; economical and healthy. In addition to the Passivhaus element, the property is a techie paradise with connected technology throughout using a Loxone home hub.
Outside, the rear gardens are level, private and mature. To the front there is a carriage driveway and access to the garage concealed behind mature hedging.