GUIDE PRICE £775,000 - £795,000
A simply remarkable 1930's home of fine proportions, offering 3,300 sq ft of living accommodation within strolling distance of bustling Connaught Avenue and the seafront.
'Paddlers' is approached through an imposing front door with detailed, leaded glass panels, leading into a magnificent wide open hallway. The property was originally built in the 1930's and extensively refurbished & extended to a high standard in 2007. The turreted stairwell is of particular note, as well as the attractive orangery, high ceilings, wooden double-glazed sash windows, and intricate brickwork and coving. Quality is at the absolute forefront.
Accommodation is arranged over three generous floors, with underfloor heating throughout. In total there are six double bedrooms, of which two are en-suite, with two further bathrooms and a downstairs cloakroom. From the reception hall, the imposing wrought iron staircase climbs through the turret and connects all three floors. The reception hall leads through to a large dining and entertaining space, currently housing a 12-seater dining table. This central space opens into the kitchen, which enjoys bespoke hand painted units with granite work surfaces. The units continue into the dining area to an outstanding dresser with glass-backed drinks cabinet.
The dining area leads onto both the garden room and lounge at the rear of the property. The garden room boasts a high ceiling with tall French doors leading to the beautifully landscaped gardens and patio. The lounge is of impressive size and ceiling height, containing a striking marble fireplace surround, whilst detailed coving frames the entire ceiling. Another pair of tall French doors are matched by windows to either side and provide the room with an abundance of light, also giving excellent views out to the garden. A very recently refurbished cloakroom and utility room lead to the integral garage to complete the ground floor accommodation.