Situated in the highly sought after area of Little Sandhurst stands this charming Victorian detached family home.
The stunning and extensive accommodation comprises five reception rooms and four double bedrooms. The property benefits from a wealth of original character features throughout including high ceilings and beautiful feature fireplaces. When entering the home, you are welcomed into a spacious hallway, providing access to the bay fronted living and dining rooms and family room.
The living room leads into the extended kitchen and then onto the utility room, study, guest bedroom and the stunning garden room with vaulted ceilings which takes in the beautiful views of the gorgeous private garden. Upstairs, the spacious accommodation comprises three further double bedrooms, a large en-suite bathroom to the master bedroom and a further three piece family bathroom.
Externally the home provides driveway parking for three vehicles, including a car port, and a very large rear garden, which is mainly laid to lawn whilst also boasting a large patio area ideal for entertaining and relaxing throughout the summer months.
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