Constructed over four floors, the property for sale was built in 1902 and has been carefully restored and upgraded by the current owners whilst retaining a wealth of original features throughout, including wood panelling, leaded glass windows, stained glass cupolas, intricate cornicing and period fireplaces.
As part of the renovation the building was upgraded to include CCTV, a centralised vacuuming system, hard wired internet and telephone systems and two platform lifts serving all floors, while the entire roof was replaced in 2020.
The ground floor comprises wood panelled hall, library, formal sitting room, dining room with Art Nouveau fireplace and magnificent leaded glass window, WC, family kitchen, and utility room, which includes a concealed stairwell to the lower ground floor, which is currently used as storage space.
The first floor provides a large central hallway, giving access to five bedrooms, three of which have en-suite shower rooms. One of the bedrooms is currently set up as a home office.
The second floor offers versatile entertainment space with a full sized billiards room, fitted bar with a pantry behind, and a spa with sauna, Jacuzzi and WC. In addition to this is a large family bathroom and extensive storage fitted into the eaves.
The property is accessed from the south side of Victoria Crescent Road through electric gates, while a gravel area to the front provides parking for up to four cars and has an electronic vehicular turntable. To the rear is a private courtyard garden with pedestrian access onto Queens Gate Lane.
On the market with Knight Frank for offers in excess of £1,325,000, more details can be found HERE.