Substantial Edwardian house, with a wealth of period features, occupying an elevated corner plot on Isaacson road. This former doctors' practice is believed to date from the early 1900s and was extended in the 1920s to provide additional consulting rooms and living accommodation.
The property is arranged over three floors with a spacious hall and parquet flooring upon entry. There is an impressive drawing room, with working fireplace and pentagonal bay window, a dining room with a further bay window, side hall, orangery with vaulted ceiling, a pantry/utility room, scullery and kitchen with access to the cellar and wine store. There is also a rear hall which was the previous surgery entrance and branching from this is a bathroom, study and sitting room, all overlooking the kitchen gardens.
To the first floor there are four generous double bedrooms and one single bedroom. It also offers four shower or bathrooms, two of which are en suite. In bedroom two there is a multipurpose room adjoining the bedroom and en suite bathroom. The room has a further pentagonal bay window and would make an ideal teenage den, dressing area or hobby room.
To the second floor there are two additional loft bedrooms, ideal for teenagers or as a quiet study space away from the main part of the house.
This property has 0.45 acres of land.