5 Oct 2017 (1 year ago)
A superb family house on Cornwall Gardens, originally built in 1877 by Thomas Welcham and Robert Gale and converted from two coach houses by Messrs Stanley-Barrett in 1921.
A wonderful wide end-of-terrace mews house with off street car parking discretely located in the north west corner of this ever popular garden square. The house is arranged over four floors and with a very generous roof terrace.
The property features some beautiful exposed wooden beams which, according to records, were taken from Tudor properties and used when the house was converted from coach houses.
The Accomodation comprises:
Four Bedrooms to the Second floor with family bathroom, landing to second floor conservatory room leading out onto a large private terrace.
First floor the accomodation comprises; master bedroom ensuite; double reception room; further guest ensuite bedroom, mezzanine landing leading down to the ground floor reception room.
Ground floor the accommodation comprises partcially double height reception room, eat in family kitchen room, two further study rooms / receptions together with guest cloak room.
The property is available now on a Furnished or Unfurnished Basis.
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