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A wonderful Grade II listed family residence of stucco over brick set down a driveway in its own generous plot. The house is believed to have been built in 1763, extended in 1784 and then purchased by the renowned architect Sir Robert Smirke (designer of the British Museum) in 1829 for his wife's sisters to live in following his retirement to Cheltenham. Recently it has been a much loved family home owned by the same family for nearly 30 years and now requires a programme of refurbishment. The accommodation comprises a flagstoned hall; dual aspect drawing room with fireplace with open fire and large window overlooking the garden; snug with woodburner; dining room with two windows to garden with shutters, fireplace, exposed floor boards, hatch into kitchen, picture rail; boot room; cloakroom; kitchen with double oven and gas hob opening into breakfast room; utility room with sink and space for fridge, freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer; cellar with two rooms and some original features of former servants' kitchen. On the split-level first floor is a cloakroom, bathroom and three bedrooms, with the smaller bedroom being used as a study. On the second floor are two further bedrooms and a bathroom; leading up to a large converted attic bedroom. The property is accessed via a driveway with parking for several cars together with a single and double garage with inspection pit. There are several mature trees including cherry, beech and Scots Firs (the owners believe that there may be Tree Preservation Orders on the beech and Scots Firs.
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