- CHRISTCHURCH TOWN CENTRE
- UNIQUE DETACHED PROPERTY
- OPEN PLAN LOUNGE/KITCHEN/DINING AREA
- THREE/FOUR BEDROOMS ONE OF WHICH IS EN-SUITE
- UTILITY ROOM
- FAMILY BATHROOM
- GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING
- THREE SINGLE GARAGES IN BLOCK
- DOWNSTAIRS WC
- NO ONWARD CHAIN
A unique opportunity to purchase a SUBSTANTIAL TOWN CENTRE PROPERTY converted to a dwelling in the late 1980s but with an interesting history dating back to the 19th Century. Historic research reveals that the property was originally a Conservative Club Hall with access from the High Street. Over the next 100 or so years it was used for many purposes and was for many years owned by the Red House Museum Trustees. It is understood that for a while the building was used as a firewood factory from which the house now derives its name. Planning permission was granted February 1986 for change of use to a dwelling house and the work was subsequently carried out sympathetically and to an meticulous standard, not only maintaining the property's original character but incorporating many period features into the design.
Today the property offers a SUPERB THREE/FOUR BEDROOM DETACHED FAMILY HOME with a wealth of features including exposed brick walls, flagstone floor, vaulted and timber ceilings, galleried landing and galleried master bedroom. In addition the property offers triple garaging and ample parking so rarely found in town centre properties. Please be aware this is on a separate deed to the property but will be sold with the property. Viewing of this unique property is strongly recommended. Floorplan to follow. No onward chain.