It takes a second look before you realise the significance of the layout within this home. Stand in the lovely dining room and your brain will remind you that you are in the third reception room, that's when the space here becomes apparent.
It's a wonderful thing to sit in a living room and look at the drawings produced in 1911, the ones that show how the house and its neighbour were designed, to see the conveyance documentation and learn that once this road was known as The Strand. It is a little window into history and it adds to the sense of belonging, of this being a real home, how wonderful that the documents have been kept and treasured.
Many people may be surprised to find this home here, especially somewhere with the space the house provides. Eastmead Avenue is tucked away out of sight of many people, you would expect it to be better known but then, this is a property that has rarely changed ownership, a testament to it being special.
As you walk through the accommodation and then explore outside it begins to become evident why, this isn't an ordinary house from the Edwardian era. Inside there is a space that is unusual to find, three reception rooms mean there is a flexibility to the ground floor that allows for a larger family or anyone needing a home office or treatment room. The space to the side of the house and to the front provides parking so having visitors will rarely be an issue.
The kitchen to the rear is a simple room to work in and may be something you have one eye on extending, subject to planning of course. Some of you may decide to move the kitchen into the dining room and make use of that lovely fireplace feature, just one of a number that grace this home.
Upstairs an ensuite has been cleverly incorporated and the bathroom then serves the other two bedrooms.
Outside, the rear garden has been landscaped into a low maintenance garden, somewhere focussed upon enjoying moments to catch some peace and quiet and sit with the afternoon and evening sun on your face.
There's lots of space here and the width of the garden, there's over nine and a half feet to the right-hand side of the house, nearly three metres, makes a huge difference to the feel of the whole area.
As a location this is close to the International Rail Station, within a simple walk. For drivers the roads connect you to every direction very easily, be it into the town centre, across to the A28 or around to the A2042 leading away from the town centre and taking you east or south to the coast.
This is a delightful find, one that really deserves to be seen first-hand because you won't find many homes that provide so much inside and out.Get in touch if you like this property.