ROSEVILLE, 23 BOLFORD STREET is a beautifully presented and highly individual detached Grade II Listed period home of immense charm and character well positioned within this historic medieval market town, placed conveniently for access to the town centre and all local amenities. The property has been subject to a thorough programme of improvement, enlargement and restoration during recent times, now providing nicely proportioned and well balanced living accommodation which combines modern additions with lovely period features such as exposed beams and timbers and period fireplaces. There are 3 reception rooms; a sitting room which has 2 windows looking out to the front, lovely oak floor, feature brick built fireplace and fitted bookshelves, a family room, also looking out to the front, with lovely oak floor and a 3rd reception room/study which would provide ideal space for those working from home with windows to the front and side, feature fireplace and fitted units. There is a rear hallway where stairs rise to the first floor, a ground floor shower room and utility which provides storage cupboards, worktops, space for appliances and door to outside. The kitchen is a lovely feature of the property with semi-vaulted ceiling, windows looking out to the rear and double doors to outside, all drawing in natural light creating a lovely bright interior. There is ample space for table and chairs and the kitchen is fitted with a range of bespoke oak units, granite work surfaces, space for under-counter fridge and large feature Aga.
Upstairs, the first floor landing leads to the 4 bedrooms; the master having a dual aspect with stunning views to the rear over surrounding open countryside and its own en suite shower room containing a white 3-piece suite. The 3 further good sized bedrooms all look out of the front of the property and two have built-in wardrobes. The well appointed family bathroom contains a 3-piece suite including a free-standing bath.
OUTSIDE, in total, the plot extends to just over 1/4 of an acre with a driveway leading into the property allowing parking for numerous vehicles and giving access to a large detached double garage with adjoining workshop. To one side of the driveway is a further vegetable garden which incorporates an attractive timber framed greenhouse.
The principal garden area is well stocked with mature planting, laid predominantly to lawn with a paved patio adjoining the rear of the property, providing ideal space for external entertaining and beyond the gardens sit open countryside over which there are stunning countryside views with John Webb’s windmill in the distance.