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Dating from the early 1700's, No. 4 Little Silver is a fascinating Grade II Listed house and is a predominant part of this row of attractive terraced townhouses. The accommodation is arranged over four floors with the addition of an attic room with features fitting for a house of its era, offering well-proportioned rooms with good ceiling heights and original sash windows and fireplace. The accommodation is very versatile and could easily be used for multi-generational living or ancillary accommodation (subject to the necessary consents). The property has seen many improvements over the years but still retains its character and charm. However, there is opportunity for a new owner to continue to add their own mark.
A timber part glazed door opens to: Quarry tiled flooring, timber dado panelling to the walls, wall mounted timber unit housing electric consumer unit and meters, under stairs storage cupboard, stairs leading to the first floor and door to:
Period sash window to the front aspect enjoying views over the communal lawn garden to the front with exposed timber lintel over. Continuation of quarry tile flooring, radiator, stained glass window looking through to the kitchen, opening leading to:
Continuation of quarry tile flooring, fitted with a matching range of wall and base mounted units under roll edge work surfaces with tiled splash backs, 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink and drainer unit and electric two ring hob. Two fitted timber units provide extra storage and work space. Inset "Nobel" range cooker which is gas-fired, the lower oven having an electric facility for Summer use. There are two windows to the rear aspect windows to the rear aspect and double doors opening to the garden.
Timber dado clad walls on the stair case, further stairs leading to the second floor and doors giving access to:
A superb L-shaped dual aspect room with an open outlook, spacious seating areas and open fire with mantle and surround. The dual southerly aspect period sash windows with shutters provide excellent lighting and the room is elegantly finished with coving to the ceiling. Double panelled radiator.
A further set of stairs give access to the third floor, doors to:
Dual aspect period sash windows to the front aspect, picture rails, built in wardrobe radiator.
Period window to the rear aspect, radiator.
Window to the side aspect. (Potential to convert to en suite for bedroom one)
A modern white suite comprising of a corner panelled bath, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and corner shower with tiled surround. Period sash window to the rear, shaver point, laminate flooring.
Accessed via stairs from the second floor. Dual aspect windows to the side elevation, radiator, eaves storage, exposed timber roof joists and rafters.
Accessed from the rear garden, the utility room provides space and plumbing for a washing machine, tumble dryer and additional refrigerator and freezer if required. Low level WC and central heating boiler.
Rear Garden: Courtyard style garden enclosed by fencing, the rear garden provides a large seating area with mature shrubs with flower bed borders and a gate giving rear access.
A seating area gives space for a bench or small table and chairs, with an outlook over the communal green with its beautiful wild flowers.
Springfield UK Ltd t/a Collyers Properties
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