Positioned on one of the Grove Park Conservation Areas premier roads, this attractive period six-bedroom family home is one of only six of this particular style and benefits from gated off street parking, a large South West facing garden and a total floor area of 4,477 square feet (416 sqm). Sympathetically refurbished by the existing owners and designed by renowned local architect Pierre Fowell, the Victorian features have been perfectly blended with contemporary style and conveniences to create versatile, light and attractive accommodation over the ground and raised ground floors and ample bedroom space over the upper floors. Set back from the road accessed through electric wrought-iron gates on to a paved driveway. Yorkstone steps lead up to the raised ground entrance and give an immediate sense of the property’s original grandeur. Upon entering the house, you are greeted by a wide hallway with Victorian Braemer style tiled flooring and a view directly through to the rear extension and the large glass windows that overlook the garden. To the right you will find the original, bay fronted, raised ground floor drawing room. Complete with feature Chesney’s fire place, hard wood floors and the original cornices, ceiling rose and double-glazed sash windows. Across the hall the tiled floor flows in to a convenient and cleverly designed vestibule with a void featuring a bespoke chandelier overlooking the Gym below. To the rear of the house you will enter the formal dining area, next to the wine store, opening to a viewing area which leads to the open plan kitchen/breakfast room all benefiting from floor to ceiling windows looking over the wonderfully landscaped south west facing 66 ft rear garden. The family space spans the full 35ft width of the house and is filled with light from the cleverly designed rear bay window. The German bespoke kitchen is fully equipped with Miele appliances.