- A beautiful seven bed Arts and Crafts home
- First time to the market in 25 years
- 140ft rear garden backing to the Green Line
- Highly sought after central location
- A wealth of original period features
- 25ft dining kitchen that steps to the rear
- Light and airy piano room and lounge to the front
- Office, laundry, pantry and garage storage
- 7 generous bedrooms to 1st and 2nd floor
- High-spec zoned heating system
DescriptionA stunning seven bedroomed period family home set in the favoured central section of Musters Road in West Bridgford is coming to the market for the first time in 25 years offering a rare and exciting opportunity for buyers searching for their family home. The property has a unique architectural design for the local area with a beautiful Arts and Crafts interior that is mostly still intact and a 140ft rear garden that backs on to the Green Line nature reserve.
Having its original canopy porch and stained glass front entrance door, you step into a central reception hallway with parquet floor and original Arts and Crafts staircase that rises to the first floor, a cloak cupboard below and downstairs WC.
To the front are two reception rooms, both having period Art Nouveau windows and original fire places that are separated by original oak and stained glass folding doors.
To the rear is a 25ft dining kitchen with bespoke base kitchen units and island with marble worktops that overlooks and steps to the 140ft rear garden. Off the kitchen is the original pantry and a laundry room and there is a separate office/studio space with separate access from the garden.
The first floor is flooded with light through the original stained-glass window to the top of the stairs and has four large bedrooms and a sizeable bathroom. They all have the original fireplaces and there is a two piece en-suite to the main bedroom with plumbing for a shower and bath. The bathroom has the original roll-top, claw-foot bath which is part of a stylish three piece suite with a separate WC.
Just a short walk from the Melton Road and Central Avenue shops, coffee bars and restaurants, the property sits back from the road with a landscaped front and a gravel and block paved driveway which leads to the front entrance and garage store. To the far side is access to the rear garden which is walled to both sides and backs onto the Green Line. There is a raised patio seating area that spans the width of the plot that steps to a further gravel seating area that overlooks the garden which is mainly laid to lawn with mature fruit and blossom trees to either side and a path that leads to the rear seating area and summerhouse.
These sales particulars have been prepared by FHP Living on the instruction of the vendor. Services, equipment and fittings mentioned in these particulars have NOT been tested, and as such, no warranties can be given. Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries regarding such matters. These sales particulars are produced in good faith and are not intended to form part of a contract. Whilst FHP Living have taken care in obtaining internal measurements, they should only be regarded as approximate.
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