Set in the quiet location of Queen Street, directly opposite St Luke’s Church, but just a few minutes walk from the Town Centre, this outstanding three storey Grade 11 listed period house was built in 1877, and was designed and built for himself by the renowned Leek architect William Sugden.
The property has undergone a recent complete and sensitive renovation respecting its historical status including reinstating lost period features, and with great attention to detail. It incorporates new, high quality fixtures and facilities throughout, and is finished to an exceptional standard.
All modern day needs are catered for within the property, with gas fired central heating, painted Ash kitchen units incorporating quartz worktops, belfast sink, Rangemaster induction range, American fridge freezer and Bosch dishwasher, whilst the two bathrooms boast double showers, the master bathroom also has a cast iron roll top bath.
The property offers spacious living that is arranged over three floors and briefly comprises: Entrance Hall, Living Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility / Cloakroom with WC to the Ground Floor. Fabulous feature Landing Area with access to the second floor, two beautiful double Bedrooms, a large Bathroom, and a separate high level WC. Located on the top floor is the Master Bedroom with walking-in Landing Area with storage area and a superb Shower Room complementing the Bedroom.
Externally the property boasts an enclosed rear yard / garden area with secondary access to Queen Street.