This stunning detached home was built c.1901 and is an absolutely superb example of a property from the early Edwardian period. The current owners have lovingly restored it to its former glory and inside you will find a wonderful mix of classic period features of the era and contemporary touches such as the bi-fold doors that allow the gardens and rear reception to seamlessly blend.
The accommodation over three floors approaches 3,000 sq ft. in total and begins with a glorious reception hall with traditional tiled floor and impressive chandelier, entered via the original front door. The front reception room has a beautiful fireplace and bay window overlooking the leafy street outside whilst the rear sitting room has feature 'church' windows to the side and another open fire.
The open plan kitchen forms part of a rear extension with skylight windows and has feature exposed brick walls, an oak breakfast bar and fitted with quality appliances from 'Smeg'. The ground floor space also includes a further reception room ideal for a home office, a room that is currently used as another bedroom, ground floor shower room and utility room.
The first floor landing has a bay window to the front and provides access to three bedrooms, the master having its own en suite shower room and dressing area. The family bathroom on this floor is classically styled and also has the benefit of underfloor heating and built-in television disguised as a mirror!
Stairs from the landing lead to the second floor where you will find another two double bedrooms, both with feature fireplaces and built-in wardrobes. Outside, the frontage has been thoughtfully landscaped with a central staircase leading to the front terrace, plus an enclosed electric lift to ease access for buggies, push bikes or heavier items. The rear garden is of impressive proportions and enjoys a southerly aspect so you can sit out on the landscaped patio area and enjoy the view.
This CHAIN FREE property is also in a most sought after area with the station at Chelsfield just half a mile away, junction 4 of the M25 within 2.5 miles and the 'outstanding' rated Warren Road Primary School in the road.