£280,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|3 May 2007||£249,000||N/A|
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NEW FIXED PRICE
We are delighted to introduce to the market this freshly decorated and well proportioned Traditional Townhouse, forming part of "Greystanes House" formerly Liff Hospital.
This wonderful building with tower built circa 1900, retains many features exhibiting the excellent craftsmanship of the period.
The property is set within stunning grounds of approximately 50 acres combining well manicured shared gardens and tennis courts surrounded by mature woodlands.
The bright and spacious accommodation comprises Entrance Porch, Cloakroom/W.C., impressive Lounge with feature fire, large Dining Kitchen with a range of floor standing and wall mounted units in cream gloss, cooking island, integrated appliances to include 5 ring gas hob, oven/grill, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and cooker hood. This is an ideal spot for dining and entertaining with access to the rear decked garden area which then leads onto the beautifully maintained shared garden grounds. The Utility is located off the kitchen area providing ample storage and space for white goods.
The Master suite is complete with Dressing Room and spacious en suite Shower Room. An additional two double Bedrooms and Family Bathroom with shower over bath completes the first floor accommodation.
One of the many wonderful features of this property is the second floor accommodation, with spiral staircase leading to an adaptable space which could be used as a second Lounge with sleeping Mezzanine area depending on an individual's preferences.
From the Mezzanine there is access to the viewing tower affording stunning views of the surrounding area.
The property benefits from part double glazing and sash and casement windows in keeping with the character of the building.
The gardens to front are easily maintained with bark and slate chippings bordered by mature hedging.
There is an allocated parking spot leading to the single garage.
Early viewing highly recommended.
7'4" x 5'10"
19'6" x 16'2"
23'1" x 19'3"
7'10" x 7'5" at widest point
7'7" x 4'2"
5'11" x 5'2"
16'1" x 8'09"
14'09" x 5'02"
Master Dressing Room
8'1" x 4'1"
8'4" x 8'1"
17'5" x 7'11"
8'0" x 1'07"
13'5" x 7'8"
11'7" x 4'7"
10'9" x 6'0"
17'5" x 16'6"
5'10" x 16'6
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