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Hammonds are proud to offer this exceptional four bedroom, four story terraced house located minutes away from Mile End Underground Station. The property retains many fine original period features including sash windows, stripped wood floorboards and working fireplaces. The substantial accommodation is laid out over four floors and benefits from; 4 double bedrooms, 2 reception rooms, separate kitchen, 2 bathrooms and a private rear garden. The property is located close to Mile End Underground Station (Central, District, Hammersmith & City Line) allowing easy access into the City. Terraced House Two Large Reception Rooms Separate Kitchen Four Spacious Bedrooms Private Rear Garden Freehold Minutes From Mile End Underground Station Guide Price: £1,200,000 Please Call Hammonds on 02089802226 to Arrange a Viewing
A truly exquisite seven bedroom family home in a premier Ealing location, boasting superb accommodation and generous living and entertaining space. The property benefits from beautiful period features and comprises three large reception rooms, an amazing kitchen, excellent natural light and access to a well maintained rear garden. There is also a garage, utility room and guest cloakroom on the ground floor. An incredible master bedroom with fabulous en-suite bathroom, a further five bedrooms and three bathrooms occupy the additional two floors. The property is newly refurbished to the high standards and located close to many local amenities in Haven Green and Ealing Broadway (District, Central and National Rail lines).
Be your own king of the castle! One of the last moated castles in England is for sale and comes with an old dungeon and three converted turrets This Medieval English Country Castle recently restored Planning permission Granted for 28 Bedrooms En-suite 26 Acres P.O.A The Grade I listed property has been restored and has planning granted to convert into a luxury Hotel & Spa as well as a library, billiard room and a wine cellar Having been built in the 13th century, the Castle has always had a distinctly medieval feel about it. But perhaps rarely more so than today after its current owner lovingly restored the listed building in Stoke-on-Trent to showcase its many historic features. The castle was built on the site of an Anglo-Saxon manor in 1275. It's earliest recorded owner was Emuf de Hesing, before being passed to Sir William de Caverswall who incorporated the tributaries to form the moat. Sir William then built the towers within the outer walls of the castle. The castle fell into decay until 1625 when the Mayor of Stafford Matthew Cradon and a wealthy merchant bought and rebuilt it as a Jacobean mansion. The great tower was retained along with its walls and turrets, which then became garden pavilions. Contact us Today for more Information firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you looking for the peace and quiet of a country cottage, or the convenience of urban life? This lovely home is the best of both worlds, come inside and unwind... This lovely cottage really is a hidden gem. Tucked quietly away amongst the grand town houses of South Crescent, as you walk up the driveway you could easily believe you were on a country lane approaching a rural home. A covered parking area leads you up to a stable door and on into a central entrance hall, with some cloaks storage and a W.C. The whole left side of the property is taken up with a large living room which looks out over the colourful rear gardens, but the real heart of this home is a cosy and comfortable dining kitchen, a warm and welcoming room with plenty of space for preparing and serving family meals or for entertaining. A door leads out to an east-facing sun room and on to the gardens. There are two lawns, one to the rear and one to the side, both surrounded by mature trees and shrubs which add to the feeling of being in calm and peaceful surroundings. A gate lets you out down a footpath to the River Skell, and from here Ripon market place is only a few minutes' walk. Upstairs you will find three bedrooms, all with very pleasant garden views. The first double room has an en-suite shower room, built-in storage, and enough space for a seating area. The second double room is also an excellent size, and has a large built-in wardrobe with further storage above. The third bedroom is smaller, but has plenty of space for a single bed and bedroom furniture. Across the landing is a modern shower room with a large walk-in shower cubicle across one end. Loft House is a rare and hugely charming property that would be a joy to come home to. In the summer there are the beautiful gardens to enjoy, and in the winter months relax in the living room in front of a roaring fire. Surroundings Loft House is a quarter of a mile from the market place at the centre of Ripon, where you will find a wealth of independent and chain shopping, eateries and services. Just over 4 miles to the east is the A1(M) motorway, linking the north and south of the country. The popular towns of Harrogate and Knaresborough are each around 10 miles to the south. Several primary schools are close to the property, and the 'outstanding' Ripon Grammar School and Outwood Academy are less than a mile. There is open countryside within easy walking distance, and a few minutes' drive takes you to the edge of the Nidderdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Services The property is connected to mains gas, electricity, water and drainage. Fibre broadband internet is available, with speeds of up to 76Mb. Directions From Ripon Market Square take Kirkgate and then the right fork down Duck Hill. Turn right at the bottom of the hill onto Water Skellgate and then left at the traffic lights onto Low Skellgate. Cross the bridge over the River Skell and look to the fork on the left leading through stone gate posts onto South Crescent. Once through the gateway park on the left and walk up the driveway to Loft House. A member of our staff will be there to meet you.
Plot 1, The natural look of a barn conversion. Built in the style of a traditional barn conversion, but incorporating the highest energy and environmental standards. Available to buy Off Plan We're genuinely excited to be able to offer three separate properties in a state-of-the-art development in the delightful village of Langthorpe, near historic Boroughbridge � a pretty market town in its own right. A strong sense of community has helped the town thrive over recent years so, while some have lost out to out-of-town retail parks, Amazon and the like, Boroughbridge still boasts a host of independent shops, including a Post Office, butchers and grocers, as well as a good selection of hairdressers and beauty salons and even an independent travel agent. There are also plenty of pubs to choose from as well as tea rooms and cafes dotted around the market square. Interior All the properties at Manor Gardens have been designed to exacting specifications, providing new owners with the highest-quality accommodation which exceeds UK energy-efficiency standards across the board � and all in an exceptional setting. All rooms are spacious, bright and airy and are equipped to the highest standards. Audio, video and data connectivity is available in all of the rooms while many of the bedrooms include en suite shower rooms. State-of-the-art designer kitchens incorporate double ovens, fridge freezers and dishwashers while separate utility rooms are ready-fitted with modern washer-driers. Lounges are all fitted with energy-efficient log burners with additional features throughout each home including gas-sourced under-floor heating; low-energy LED lighting; double glazing; CO2, smoke and kitchen heat detectors; security alarms and external lighting. Exterior All properties at Manor Gardens stand on extensive plots which means new owners have an opportunity to make their own mark on the outside space. As properties are offered off-plan, there is an opportunity to liaise with the developer on some aspects of the design. In our view, all the properties at Manor Gardens offer an opportunity to acquire a home of the highest quality, with features offering comfortable modern living in a private, peaceful, rural but convenient location. Location Manor Gardens is located in Langthorpe, just a little way north of Boroughbridge not far from some lovely walks along the banks of the River Ure. The Fox and Hounds and the BlueBell Inn at Kirby Hill are not far away while Boroughbridge High School and Boroughbridge Primary � both rated as good schools in their most recent Ofsted reports � are within easy reach. Independent schools nearby include St Peter's in York, Ashville and Harrogate Ladies College, as well as Queen Ethelburga's at Thorpe Underwood. The proximity of the A1 (M) and links to the M62 to Hull, Leeds and Manchester and the A19 to the north-east makes commuting by road relatively simple, while the East Coast mainline runs through York station, with London now just two and half hours away by rail. Leeds Bradford International Airport also offers links to Ireland and destinations in Europe while connecting flights bring Heathrow to within an hour's travelling time by air. Recreational opportunities include easy access to both the Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors National Park, the market towns of Knaresborough, Wetherby, Bedale and Masham, affluent Harrogate and historic Ripon � home to a splendid cathedral and close to the World Heritage Site at Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal. No.1 Dimensions Ground Floor Living Kitchen / Dining 5409 x 7590mm 17'9' x 24'10' (max) Lounge 4727 x 4230mm 15'6' x 13'10' Study 3135 x 2335mm 10'3' x 7'8' Hall 9000 x 2000mm 29'6' x 6'7' Utility 2149 x 1904mm 7'0' x 6'3' Bedroom 3 3900 x 3219mm 12'9' x 10'8' Bedroom 4 5190 x 3773mm 17'0' x 12'4' en-suite 1728 x 2067mm 5'8' x 6'9' Bathroom 1992 x 2067mm 6'6' x 6'9' First Floor Bedroom 1 5481 x 4880mm 18'0' x 16'0' en-suite 2667 x 2440mm 8'9' x 8'0' Bedroom 2 3565 x 3932mm 11'8' x 12'11' en-suite 1215 x 3932mm 4'0' x 12'11' Double Garage 6640 x 5280mm 21'9' x 17'4' Disclaimer These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by ourselves. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.
An exceptional four bedroom, three bathroom contemporary house (3029 sq ft / 281 sq m) arranged mainly over three floors, offered in good decorative condition with internal courtyard garden, roof terrace, secure double underground garage. This stunning home offers fantastic entertaining space with an impressive kitchen breakfast room and reception room with high ceilings. Luxury features include comfort cooling, Crestron Automation, underfloor heating, limestone and timber floors, 24-hour concierge and CCTV. The Collection is a portered town house development built on the former site of The Saatchi Gallery in Boundary Road. The Collection has been built to an exceptionally high specification in a secure and secluded area of St Johns Wood. Sole Agent.
Key features: Two double bedrooms Private patio Private balcony No onward chain Spacious and light Integrated modern kitchen Superb location Short walk to Kensington Olympia (Overground, District) Main Description Orchards of London are proud to present to the market this unique architectural master-piece situated in the heart of West Kensington. This newly built property is laid out over three floors. The lower ground floor holds a large bedroom with fitted storage, an stylish en-suite shower room and an access to a secluded patio. Ground floor presents the living accommodation comprising of an designer kitchen with integrated appliances and an spacious entertaining-space. Master bedroom is located on the top floor. It is bright-and airy boasting windows to front and side aspect as well as a large skylight. Master bedroom also benefits from a luxurious en-suite shower room and a private balcony and additional Juliet balcony. Hazlitt Road is situated just moments away from all amenities located along Brook Green as well as Kensington Olympia Exhibition Centre. Transport links are available from Kensington Olympia (Overground, District) and Shepherd�s Bush (Central line) stations. Motorists will benefit from easy access to the A40. Lower Ground Floor Bedroom Bathroom Patio Ground Floor Reception Kitchen First Floor Bedroom Bathroom Terrace
Key features: DETACHED CHALET STYLE BUNGALOW 3/4 BEDROOMS 2 BATHROOMS OPEN PLAN LIVING SPACE LARGE LIVING ROOM GENEROUS DINING ROOM DETACHED GARAGE/OFFICE OFF ROAD PARKING GARDENS ON ALL SIDES SEMI-RURAL POSITION GAS CENTRAL HEATING DOUBLE GLAZING Main Description Occupying a generous plot with views of the Downs, this superb detached chalet style bungalow would make an ideal family home for those looking for the rural idyll, yet within just a short drive from Willingdon Village and Polegate High Street. The property was built to a very high standard by a local builder, and offers generously proportioned rooms and some unusual features sure to pique the interest of any buyer. There are three double bedrooms plus an attic room which will appeal to children, a fitted kitchen, utility room and large open plan living spaces. The gardens surround the property, and include a well stocked fishpond, mature shrubs and plants and a large vegetable garden. There is a spacious detached garage building comprising a double garage and further attic room arranged as a home office as well as additional storage. Double glazing with shaped frames, gas central heating and privately owned solar panels providing an income complete the picture. Call now to view on 01323 481922. Porch An open covered porch with brick pillars provides weather cover to the front door. Hall The timber double glazed front door opens to the hallway with fitted carpet, neutral d�cor, radiator and ceiling light. Door to double bedroom at the front of the house plus glazed door to the dining room and living areas. Living and dining room The living and dining areas are open plan to each other forming a very generous 'U' shaped room, yet divided into two distinct areas. Living room 23' 7" x 19' 5" (7.19m x 5.92m) maximum. A spacious 'L' shaped room adjoins the dining area with sliding double glazed patio doors opening on to one of the decked areas and garden and a box bay and second double glazed window overlooking the front garden. Real wood French Oak floor, pale d�cor, central gas fire with catalytic converter, power sockets, telephone points, concealed sound system and three pendant lights. Dining room 23' 4" x 14' 6" (7.11m x 4.42m) Generous dining room adjoining the living room and incorporating the staircase to the first floor. Double glazed window plus sliding patio doors open to the opposite side of the house with a paved area providing room to sit and relax and raised terraced garden linking the front and back of the house. Fitted carpet, neutral d�cor with accents, two pendant ceiling lights, wall lights and power sockets. Thermostat, radiator and under stairs storage cupboard. Kitchen 12' 2" x 11' 7" (3.71m x 3.53m) A well equipped farmhouse style fitted kitchen with a range of matching wall and base units, tiled floor and part tiled walls with pale d�cor. Features include a stained glass effect cupboard, two integrated ovens with hob and electric extractor, plus an eye level integrated oven. Ceramic 1.5 bowl sink and drainer with period style mixer tap, integrated dishwasher, fridge and telephone point. Timber glazed back door and double glazed window overlooking the decked area with a raised terraced flower beds to the rear. Utility room 11' x 6' 10" (3.35m x 2.08m) 'L' shaped Utility room also incorporating the airing cupboard housing the hot water tank, shelving and full height storage. Tiled floor, part tiled walls with pale d�cor and accent colouring, timber glazed door to the side with double glazed window, space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer and tall fridge freezer. Matching wall and base units with work surfaces, radiator and power sockets. Wall mounted boiler and electric consumer unit. Shower room 7' 8" x 6' (2.34m x 1.83m) Full sized ground floor shower room with corner cubicle with central sliding doors and wall mounted mains Mira shower, pedestal sink, toilet, ladder style heated towel rail, obscured double glazed window to the side. Part tiled walls with muted d�cor, tiled floors and wall mounted bathroom cabinet with mirrored door. Shaver socket. Bedroom 1 13' 8" x 10' 4" (4.17m x 3.15m) into bay. GROUND FLOOR double bedroom at the front of the property with dual aspect double glazed windows with a box bay looking out over the front garden and standard window to the side. Wood effect laminate flooring, pale d�cor with dado rail, radiator, power sockets, telephone point and ceiling pendant light. Stairs to first floor Half turn stairs with gallery style spindles and hand rails lead to the quarter landing where a full height door gives access to the attic bedroom. The stairs then continue to the main landing with spacious alcove and dormer window, carpet, neutral d�cor, beamed ceilings with pendant light, power sockets, radiator and built in double cupboard with deep storage space and sloping ceiling. Bedroom 1 22' 9" x 13' 5" (6.93m x 4.09m) Running the width of the house, the oversized master bedroom offers triple aspect double glazed windows overlooking either side of the house and gardens, plus an unusual over head window making the most of the views over The Downs to the rear. Two built in double wardrobes, fitted carpet, neutral d�cor, built in sink with vanity storage unit below, two ceiling pendant lights, shaped beamed ceiling and radiator. Power sockets and telephone point. Bedroom 2 22' 10" x 15' 2" (6.96m x 4.62m) into cubby. A uniquely shaped bedroom incorporating an en-suite shower room, double glazed window overlooking the garden, neutral d�cor, fitted carpet and a beamed ceiling forming a pyramid shaped 'cubby'. Door to en-suite. En-suite shower room 6' x 5' 3" (1.83m x 1.60m) Obscured double glazed window to the side, corner cubicle with central sliding doors and wall mounted electric shower, pedestal sink, toilet, ladder style heated towel rail. Part tiled walls with neutral d�cor. Attic Bedroom Another unusual feature of the house is the attic bedroom/children's play room accessed from the half landing. A full height door opens to a few steps up into the room with ceiling light, Velux window and beamed sloping ceilings. The perfect spot for children to tuck themselves away in a den! Family bathroom 10' 4" x 6' 3" (3.15m x 1.91m) Maximum. Unusually large family bathroom with panelled bath, independent shower cubicle with wall mounted electric shower, pedestal sink and toilet. Subtle d�cor with part tiled walls, large Velux window, ceiling lights and ladder style heated towel rail Detached double grage Almost a separate annexe, the detached garage building houses not only a spacious double garage, but attic space currently used as a work space, and also a brick and timber built storage shed. GARAGE - electric up and over garage door with space for two vehicles, light, power and storage cupboard. Door to the small hall with an external door and stairs to the attic area. The garage is also fitted with solar panels keeping the electricity costs low and providing a yearly income of approximately �600-�700. WORKSPACE/ OFFICE - 18' 9" x 11' 10" (5.72m x 3.61m) maximum. Currently arranged as a workspace this area offers full head height ceiling, power sockets, light, TV point independent phone line, storage cupboard, neutral d�cor and double glazed window overlooking the garden and house beyond. PORCH/HALL - glazed timber front door with decorative stained glass insert and side light open to the small hall with light, door to the garage and stairs to the first floor attic space. BRICK & TIMBER OUT BUILDING - Next to the garage is a brick built out building currently used as a storage shed. Adjoining the garage yet with separate access, power and light. Windows overlooking the garden boundary. Gardens The mature gardens surround the property on all sides and can be accessed either from the front via shallow steps down, or from rear via a staircase from the detached garage building to the rear patio and decked area. To the front, the garden is mostly laid to lawn with flower beds, a well stocked pond, decked area accessed from the living room and rotary dryer. There is also an old wooden 'playhouse' now covered in beautiful roses which in itself, has become a feature. Beyond the main lawn in one direction is the spacious vegetable plot which produces masses of produce when the conditions are good. To the opposite side is a mature terraced garden with paved area to sit and enjoy the sun, and linking the front garden to the rear. The rear offers two distinct areas; a curved block paved area with raised brick flower borders and mature terraced gardens, and a paved barbecue patio with brick built inset barbecue with flint wall surround and decorative log storage area.