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The exterior of this double fronted property is meticulously presented with Victorian tiling by London Mosaic and exquisite period detailing. The hardwood double glazed sash windows boast shutters sympathetic to the period and this consideration continues internally with Victorian fire places, ornate cornicing, (by Jon Joy holder of the Royal warrant), and high ceilings all juxtaposed perfectly with the contemporary and bespoke styling which is a theme throughout. The rear of the property has been extended to create an ideal entertaining space with hand finished kitchen by Minniedale Projects featuring a Neolith Sintered Stone worktop. Bi folding glass doors lead to a south westerly facing landscaped garden with Balau decking which flows as an extension of the internal space flooding the house with natural light. Bedrooms have cabinetry, again by Minniedale Projects, and bathrooms feature Alabastri polished porcelain tiles, mother of pearl feature mosaic tiling and bath by the Cast Iron Bath Company. Heating is courtesy of Hive and this is under floor in all tiled areas of the home . No element of practicality has been sacrificed to attain the level of styling; utility room, outdoor storage area and a fully boarded and insulated loft have all been accounted for with the new layout. Final points of note include in wall Bluetooth music system by Systemline and snug cinema room with concealed lighting. We expect high interest in this uniquely designed home.
Multiple Fire Places
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