Substantial first floor flatted dwelling forming part of a larger end of terrace Category C listed building in a pleasant and convenient residential locality close to Church Square and in the town’s Conservation Area. Shops, schools, parks and the beach are all easily accessible.
With its origins dating from circa 1850 the property is stone built under a pitched slated roof. The interior of the flat has lovely proportions -spacious rooms with high ceilings. The accommodation layout is bright and in good decorative order. Period features include: the original staircase with elegant wrought iron balustrade and timber hand rail, doors, skirtings and architraves and decorative plaster cornice and rose in the living room.
The property is entered by way of pend which gives trough access to rear of the building. The Entrance Hall, has timber inner door, window to rear stair to upper floor.
Arranged over the first floor: L shape Hall with doors off to living room, 2 bedrooms and kitchen. The Living Room is an elegant space with two windows to front and impressive Italian marble fireplace with Chesney multifuel stove. The Kitchen, with rear facing window, provides ample space to dine and there is a large walk in cupboard where the central heating boiler and electrical switch gear can be found. Bedroom 1, has a window facing front and is a large double bedroom with alcove. Bedroom 2, has a window facing rear. This bedroom is also a double bedroom with alcove. The Bathroom is at mezzanine level, and it’s a bright space with two windows to side. The bathroom comprises bath with electric shower over, wash hand basin in stand and WC.
Windows are double glazed/uPVC in sash case style and central heating is by gas. The garden at the rear is level and in grass.
This is a lovely roomy property in a good locality. Viewing is strongly advised.
Living Room 14’10” x 18’2”
Dining Kitchen 10’7” x 13’9”
Bedroom 1 14’10” x 11’11”
Bedroom 2 13’8” x 9’1”
Bathroom 10’5” x 6′