This fine period house has much appeal as an existing dwelling with very attractive southerly grounds. Believed to have been constructed in the 1930’s, the house has been extended and modernised over the years, currently offering well presented accommodation over two floors (see floorplan). The original studded Oak door sets the scene for the retained character and opens to a good sized reception hall and accommodation beyond. The interior has a contemporary theme which is tastefully fused with the traditional features. The large open plan kitchen / breakfast room forms the main hub of the house, with a front elevation outlook to the property’s approach. The dining / drawing room and conservatory enjoy an attractive garden outlook with doors giving access. There is also huge potential with full planning approved for a ‘Charles Stinson’ inspired contemporary property of over 6,000 sq ft. The grounds extend to over an acre with the current house positioned very much in the north east corner. The positioning is such that the principal garden area is very large, with gently sloping lawns, a swimming pool and mature tree boundaries. A small woodland stands adjacent on the south east side of the plot and provides seclusion from the road.