This remarkable stone pavilion dates from the early 1800's, constructed to mark the end of the garden belonging to 18 Northgate Street. It is recorded that by 1903 the pavilion formed part of a veterinary stable but number 4 now offers a stunning combination of modern and period open-plan accommodation. Grade II listed.
This property has entrance hallway with large cloakroom/WC/utility room off and step up into the dining hall, with fully fitted breakfast kitchen off, large reception room with wood burner, and sun room with an arc of wall-to-ceiling wrap around aluminium windows, zinc roof and large doorway to the rear terrace. A solid oak open tread staircase rises to the first floor to spacious landing with large window. The master bedroom has a dressing room and en suite shower room, with two further good-sized bedrooms and family bathroom. This property has a walled, courtyard style garden. There is one allocated parking space and the opportunity for further parking on the terrace behind the property’s gates. Douglas fir bin store.
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