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KHR18,403,015,475House
London
14 King Stairs Close London
4
A grand design, freehold, riverfront, end-of-terrace house located along the banks of the Thames offering some of London's most spectacular views.<br/><br/>The property is arranged over five floors and exceeds 2,600 sq ft. The house was architecturally designed to generate the best possible views of the river and City skyline, whilst creating a wonderful feeling of natural light and volume throughout. All of the rooms benefit from floor-to-ceiling glass windows and a large proportion of the property has a west-facing aspect. The main reception area has a double height ceiling and floor-to-ceiling glass looking out across the river towards Tower Bridge.<BR/><BR/>The house has been finished to the highest of standards and has four double bedrooms, four bathrooms, three reception areas including a cinema room, fully integrated lighting and music system throughout, a private off-street gated parking space, a large south-facing terrace, two riverfront balconies and a large terrace on the top floor with panoramic views of London.<br/>King Stairs Close is located along the River Thames within Rotherhithe Village, next door to King's Stairs Gardens, a picturesque park which has been designated a Village Green and Queen Elizabeth II Field. It has excellent transport links with both Rotherhithe (London overground) and Bermondsey (Jubilee line) station close by. The house is totally unique and represents a once in a lifetime opportunity to make one of London's finest river fronted houses your own.<br/><center><b>Freehold <BR/>Views of the River Thames and Tower Bridge <BR/>Located within Rotherhithe Village <BR/>Refurbished <BR/>Three Reception Rooms <BR/>Cinema Room <BR/>Large South Facing Terrace</b></center><br/><br/>
KHR2,972,794,807House
King's Lynn and West Norfolk District
4
2
175 m²
Pretty four bed Victorian house with a plethora of original features. Charming private garden and field views.
KHR2,548,109,835House
Shipdham
4
2
247 m²
Formerly two cottages, lovingly restored, this is a truly happy place. Generously proportioned and flooded with light, it offers a real sense of space. Theres plenty of character and lovely features, with wrap around gardens to enchant and delight. There are views over trees and fields beyond, plus bird life galore a wonderful sight! Close to the village and near to the town, youll find all AMENITIES CLOSE BY. The lifestyle here is one to enjoy and all your needs it will surely satisfy!
KHR2,548,109,835House
Norfolk
4
3
178 m²
A surprisingly substantial chalet bungalow being a stones throw away from the very heart of the attractive village of Wimbotsham, a pretty Norfolk village. Broadacre comprises: kitchen/breakfast room, utility, reception room, dining room, study, four bedrooms, three en-suites and a family bathroom. The property also offers a large garden and double garage with annexe potential (stp).
KHR2,262,195,472House
Motherwell
4
3
This property is for sale. This home contains 5 rooms including 4 bedrooms. This home contains 3 bathrooms.
KHR2,946,806,868House
Derbyshire
5
2
A delightfully appointed, beautifully presented, 5 double bedroom detached period residence that retains much original charm and character. This deceptively spacious property for sale in United Kingdom has undergone significant modernisation throughout and boasts four generous reception rooms, stunning bespoke fitted breakfasting kitchen with separate utility room, en-suite master bedroom suite, luxury family bathroom, magnificent walled rear gardens, and detached garage. Ideally situated for access to the motorway network and well served by excellent local amenities including prestigious local authority and private schools, local shops and golf course.The property comprises:Part lead lattice obscure glazed and stained double opening wooden front entrance doors with matching window light above that open to aReception PorchWith a further part obscure glazed door opening to theImposing Entrance HallWith a double radiator, deep coving and picture rail throughout. Ceiling roses, a part glazed door to the block paved patio and a door to theFormal Drawing Room5.36m(17'7'') x 3.84m(12'7'')Having a front facing square glazed bay window, deep coving throughout, plate rack, ceiling rose and a particular focal feature of the room is the original to the property, Arts and Crafts fire surround with tiled hearth. Two double radiators.Living Room5.92m(19'5'') x 3.96m(13'0'')Having a front facing glazed square bay window, two radiators, coving throughout, ceiling rose. Sky television and terrestrial aerial points. A feature of the room is the fire surround with hearth and back panel and open grate fire.Family Room4.88m(16'0'') x 3.35m(11'0'')Having a side facing glazed sash window with a double radiator beneath, deep coving throughout, ceiling rose and a full height recessed storage cupboard. Sky television and terrestrial aerial points.Dining Room4.57m(15'0'') x 2.95m(9'8'')Having a side facing sash window, radiator, deep coving throughout, ceiling rose, telephone point, double opening double glazed French doors which give access to and overlook the rear garden. Upon a tiled hearth is the multi-fuel burning stove.Superb L Shaped Kitchen5.31m(17'5'') x 5.05m(16'7'')Maximum measurement. This delightful entertaining space is accessed via a part glazed door from the entrance hall. Being fitted with bespoke handmade units that incorporate integral dishwasher and fridge. A double Belfast sink with chrome mixer tap above, Stanley full hotplate hob and two double oven gas Aga type range with a mosaic tiled splashback / surround with halogen downlighters above, granite surfacing, glazed display cabinets, plate racks, illuminated display shelves, integral wine rack. Two rear and two side windows with views to the rear garden, two double radiators, tiled floor covering and a door to theUtility Room3.43m(11'3'') x 2.67m(8'9'')With a range of wall and base units with white surfacing and laundry chute with an inset drainer stainless steel sink with mixer tap over, space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine, tumble dryer, fridge freezer, side facing sash windows, a tiled floor covering and extractor fans.Ground Floor W.C.Having a suite in white of a low flush W.C., wash hand basin, tiled floor covering, school style radiator and an obscure lead lattice glazed sash window.Wine Cellar4.57m(15'0'') x 2.95m(9'8'')From the entrance hall there is a CELLAR HEAD with coat hooks and steps down to a storage cellar with power and lighting and storage heater. Space to store approximately 1000 bottles, perfect ambient temperature.From the entrance hall, stairs with a balustrade and handrail rise to theSplit Level LandingHaving a full height obscure latticed glazed sash window, coving to the ceiling, radiator, two ceiling roses, feature archway and an access hatch to the loft space.Master Bedroom SuiteWith a door to an inner hallway off which is aStunning En-SuiteHaving sliding glazed doors to a double shower enclosure housing the Mira XL thermostatically controlled shower. A suite in white of a pedestal wash hand basin, low flush W.C, towel rail/radiator, obscure glazed sash window, storage cabinets, shaver point, slate tiles with mosaic border and pattern. Track with three spotlights and further access hatch to the loft space and extractor fan.Master Double Bedroom4.67m(15'4'') x 3.48m(11'5'')Having two rear and one side facing glazed sash windows, double radiator, coving to the ceiling, ceiling rose and built in wardrobes with hanging rail and storage shelves. Two wall lights.Double Bedroom 24.98m(16'4'') x 3.99m(13'1'')Having two front facing sash windows with a radiator beneath. Coving throughout and ceiling rose.Double Bedroom 34.32m(14'2'') x 3.73m(12'3'')Having two front facing sash windows with a radiator beneath. Deep coving throughout and ceiling rose. A range of fitted furniture including wardrobes and a kneehole dressing table.Double Bedroom 43.99m(13'1'') x 3.96m(13'0'')Coving throughout, ceiling rose, sash window and a double radiator. A built-in storage unit.Double Bedroom 5/Study4.62m(15'2'') x 3.58m(11'9'')Having side and rear facing glazed windows overlooking the rear garden. Coving throughout, wall mounted bookcases and a ceiling rose. Currently used as a study.Linen RoomAccessed from landing and having fitted shelving and full height double opening doors to an airing cupboard which houses the cylinder water tank with slatted shelving above and the gas central heating boiler which was installed in 2007Luxury Family Bathroom/ WcHaving a suite in white of a double-ended panelled bath with a mixer tap and shower attachment over a whirlpool style bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush W.C., double opening glazed door to a tiled shower enclosure with a Triton electric shower. A white ladder style towel rail/radiator. Tiled floor covering, two lead lattice obscure glazed sash windows, laundry chute to the utility room, mosaic border and extractor fan.NoteNote all fitted floor coverings are to be included in the sale price.All measurements are approximate. None of the services, fittings or appliances (if any), heating installations, plumbing or electrical systems have been tested and no warranty is given as to their working ability.Exterior andamp; GardensThe property stands in 1/2 acre of grounds. To the front there is a tarmac drive with double opening wrought iron gates with electricity for powered gates, giving access to a garden with formal rose garden, flanked by further well stocked flower borders and gravelling. The drive provides ample parking and turning area. Double opening timber gates give access to the rear of the property with further tarmac hard standing, a block paved patio flanked by flower borders and enclosed by brick walling. The adjacent side of the property has a storage area, bark chipped flower borders and timber gate back to the front garden and tarmac driveway. An enclosed barbeque area with flag stones and gravelling. Lawn beyond. Central pond, pergola, stone walling further well stocked flower borders, vegetable plot, brick outbuilding / garden store and mature trees.Coach House GarageThe coach house garage provides an outside W.C. with separate water supply and an electrically operated up and over door to the COACH HOUSE GARAGE, which is sub divided into three areas the first being 18'3 x 13'6 and having power, lighting, two side facing double glazed windows, a stable style door giving access to the rear garden. Work bench fitted storage units and a wide opening to the second area 14' 8' x 13'6' having double opening timber doors, side facing double glazed window, fluorescent strip light, wooden partitioning divides a further storage area with side facing glazed window. The coach house garage has a separate fuse box and water supply, a pitched tiled roof and, with the relevant building and planning permissions, offers potential for further expansion or conversion.A fabulous property to buy in United Kingdom with excellent potential!!
KHR29,170,426,013House
Staffordshire
18
17
This breathtaking castle is in a fully enclosed setting located just outside the village of Caverswall in Staffordshire, to the south-west of the Staffordshire Moorlands. The castle dates back to 1275 and is almost completely hidden from view and away from the traffic and the busy town centre. This moated castle for sale in the United Kingdom is one of the oldest settlements in Staffordshire and is steeped in history.The gateway to the castle is found between two churches and the estate is approximately 20 acres. It is accessed via a double round arched bridge that spans the moat. The castle went through an extensive repair, restoration and modernisation programme a few years ago and is ready to move straight into. Annual running and maintenance costs are very low. The castle has previously been used as a B andamp; B and would make an ideal commercial hotel and venue.The main door is a double solid oak, Tudor studded door and surrounding the castle lie four octagonal turrets where you will find lounges, kitchenettes, double bedrooms and bathrooms creating the ideal self-contained accommodation. The bathrooms in the main house have been renovated to a very high standard and most contain double jacuzzi bath providing the luxury that this property warrants. As well as the recently granted Planning Permission for Hotel andamp; Spa, the property also has a Full Premises Licence to serve alcohol and hold events and functions. There is also ample room for a further 5 extra bedrooms if the buyer wishes. Further details are all available on request.The Castle's HistoryIn 1275 the property was owned by the Caverswall family who was granted a license to crenellate or fortify their manor house which resulted in a medieval moated castle with 4 towers and a keep within the walls. By the 17th century the castle was decayed and neglected and in 1615 was purchased by Matthew Cradock of Stafford, a local wool merchant and first mayor of Stafford who also became a Member of Parliament for Stafford in 1621. He built the present mansion house retaining the old castle walls.The estate was sold to William Joliffe, High Sheriff of Staffordshire, in 1655 but the eventual heir, 2nd Viscount William Vane, was forced to sell it and there were then several owners until 1811 when it was occupied as a convent for the Benedictine Order who later sold it to Sir Perceval Radcliffe in 1853.In the 1880s, it belonged to the Wedgwood family who added the decorative Wedgewood ceiling which is still in place, in all its grandeur, in the library. In 1891, it was bought by W.E. Bowers who carried out extensive renovations and improvements before he sold it in 1933 to the Sisters of the Holy Ghost, who in turn sold it in 1965 to another convent, The Daughters of the House of Mary. In 1977 the Castle was sold on to various people and it was eventually purchased by the current owner who has had it lovingly restored to the magical estate we see today. Further Castle history is available on request.A magnificent estate available to buy in the United Kingdom with planning permission and excellent potential!!
KHR7,361,206,190House
Dickleburgh and Rushall
6
6
Cream Of The Crop Whether youre looking for a superlative family home in a beautiful parkland setting, a property with equestrian facilities, business potential or a fantastic place for parties with a possible income too, this home will more than match up to the competition. Packed with period features and sitting in 16 acres of grounds, including ponds, a golf course, barn complex, cottage and more, this is a rare find and exciting opportunity indeed.
KHR4,246,849,725House
South Norfolk District
5
2
OPEN HOUSE by Appointment, Saturday 28th April 9.30am to 12noon, Please telephone 01379 646020 to book. Hundreds And Thousands. A real feast for the eyes, this character home has so many stories to tell. Roman pottery has been found within the grounds so its likely there has been a home here for thousands of years. The current property dates back over five centuries and has been lovingly maintained in recent years to provide family friendly accommodation with an annexe, all set in glorious gardens that extend to around an acre. A peaceful position yet close to all amenities, this could be the home of your dreams and you could enjoy your own chapter here, a custodian of the house for the generations to come.
KHR3,397,479,780House
Breckland District
6
4
277 m²
A charming home with a tale to tell, formerly cottages, a barn and a shop, its packed with character throughout generous rooms and is so light and spacious, the cream of the crop. The gardens face south with the sun pouring in, offering terracing, lawn and attractive pond too, all sitting within a popular village with excellent amenities and the countryside in view.