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  • Tenure: freehold
  • Property type: Detached
  • Council Tax Band: E
Key features:
  • No forward chain
  • Outstanding detached home
  • Characterful and period features
  • Driveway parking
  • Four bedrooms
  • Three bathrooms plus cloakroom
  • Approximately 1700 sqft of accommodation
  • Private and sunny rear garden
  • Outdoor garden office

A truly unique detached period property once a formal Meeting Hall, conveniently situated close to city centre in the popular area of Fulflood.

This unique detached property is positioned in the popular area of Fulflood and was formerly known as the ‘The Meeting Hall’ and deregistered in 1971. The property was built in circa 1900 and was cleverly and tastefully converted in to a home in 2006-2007 to provide approximately 1700 sqft of flexible accommodation shaped across two floors, incorporating a practical and flexible layout. The ground floor provides a very welcoming entrance hall with downstairs cloakroom and plenty of space for freestanding furniture and storage. The open-plan kitchen/dining/snug located to the rear of the house provides access to the garden deck, extending the living space through French doors. At the front of the property, there is a separate formal sitting room with period features including a Chesney fireplace with wood burner, built-in cabinetry, wooden sash windows and hand-made cornicing. Up the sweeping stairway, the first floor presents four bedrooms with the principal bedroom and bedroom two both benefiting from period-style fitted en-suites, including a jacuzzi bath. Bedrooms three and four also offer built-in wardrobes and a view over the rear garden. The owners have traditionally used bedroom four as a nursery or an additional office, which has built-in cupboard space. The sunny rear garden offers wooden decking with a large electric awning spanning the depth of the garden providing shade on those hotter days. The outdoor garden office provides a comfortable space with power, heating and internet which is perfect for working from home. There is also convenient side and rear access to property along with a covered storage area for bicycles. The property has a good Energy Efficiency Rating C.

Council Tax Band E

Water – Mains Supply
Gas – Mains Supply
Electric – Mains Supply
Sewage – Mains Supply
Heating – Gas Central Heating

Materials used in construction: TBC
How does broadband enter the property: TBC

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