7 Jan 2018 (1 year ago)
This remarkable property has both vehicular and pedestrian access from Well Road and Cannon Lane with the unexpected luxury of a four car garage hidden away from the road. By far the most intriguing way to access the property is via the 'lock up' entrance which immediately opens up into a light filled conservatory. This leads in to a striking, almost cathedral like, split level space of 44' x 25' which is arranged as a number of different living areas including the kitchen, dining room, sunken lounge, upper reception area, all overlooked by a 44' gallery. Off the reception area, is a long corridor with five bedrooms and three bathrooms. The corridor is illuminated by a 35' inner courtyard garden.
The house is surrounded by two/three other gardens and terraces as well as a detached staff/art studio.Description
Lovingly restored and rejuvenated this contemporary two storey house was designed and constructed almost 30 years ago by the highly regarded local architect, the late Edward Greenway. Set predominantly across one floor, this exceptional house totals c. 5,663 sq ft and is discreetly nestled behind a notable period wall, part of which was once the site of the local parish 'lock up'.
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