This quite stunning and remarkable period property offers a number of distinctive features that one might expect from a property built in this era. The grand facade is highly distinctive and the internal accommodation extends to just over 4,000 sq. ft. set over three floors.
The property has a tremendous amount of history and is one of the most admirable homes in the area. Constructed in 1912 by Reginald Longdon for local dignitary John Hall Esq it is a Grade II listed Queen Anne style period home. The attractive elevations are constructed to a Flemish bond vitrified blue brick with red brick dressings. It enjoys an attractive park setting and is set behind a carriage driveway with quite beautiful surroundings and an extremely private position.
The principal rooms boast attractive period features in an Arts & Crafts influenced style throughout the property including oak wood block floors, ornate plasterwork, leaded windows, oak panelling, period fireplaces and a lovely main wide staircase off the reception hall.
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