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4 Bedrooms Detached House for sale in Weybridge

4 Bedrooms Detached House - £899,950

Weybridge

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First listed on: 20th April 2017

Nearest stations: Walton-on-Thames (0.9 mi)Shepperton (1.2 mi)Weybridge (1.9 mi)Hersham (2 mi)Upper Halliford (2.1 mi)

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Tenure: Freehold

Pitt Towers Lodge has a somewhat "colourful" and interesting history. Appearing on an ordnance survey map printed in 1867, it is quite likely this property was built in the late 1840's, as a lodge to a large property called The Beeches, (later renamed Pitt Towers). The Beeches and Pitt Towers Lodge were built on one of 64 lots sold within the 97 acre Oatlands House Parklands in 1846. The carriageway running through the park was converted into a public road creating the current Oatlands Drive. The early Victorian origins are evident throughout this unique lodge, retaining much of the original joinery and architecture. Equally important is the respectful design of future changes, remaining very sympathetic in nature to the early character to avoid damaging the whole experience of owning and living in such a lovely property. Taking the time to look around there are some very memorable aspects that linger long in the memory. Perhaps the most striking of these is some of the joinery. Original herringbone woodblock flooring can be found in a number of ground floor rooms and combine beautifully with the two main bay windows also original and restored with hand made hardwood secondary glazing to match the original design. Where windows have been replaced many are individually made in hardwood double glazed units, again to maintain the authentic profile, both internally and externally. The living room, dining room and kitchen-breakfast room are positioned to make the most of the southerly aspect over the rear garden and are orientated in such a way to be appreciated from both inside and out. The kitchen is itself a very appealing room with a full range of cream coloured units, central work island, granite surfaces and an adjacent breakfast room providing space for a table and chairs and casement doors opening out onto the patio and seating area. Further ground floor rooms include a library with built-in solid oak furniture and large fireplace displaying a fantastic array of delft tiles. The current study complete with stunning coloured glass windows could be used as a fourth bedroom, particularly as there is a lovely modern shower room directly opposite fitted by "Goodwood" balancing modern and traditional requirements. Upstairs the character is no less striking, between three double bedrooms and a three piece Victorian style bathroom also housing a walk-in shower. The circular window is also a rare piece of early Victorian design, complimenting the ground floor bays.
Pitt Towers Lodge has a somewhat "colourful" and interesting history. Appearing on an ordnance survey map printed in 1867, it is quite likely this property was built in the late 1840's, as a lodge to a large property called The Beeches, (later renamed Pitt Towers). The Beeches and Pitt Towers Lodge were built on one of 64 lots sold within the 97 acre Oatlands House Parklands in 1846. The carriageway running through the park was converted into a public road creating the current Oatlands Drive. The early Victorian origins are evident throughout this unique lodge, retaining much of the original joinery and architecture. Equally important is the respectful design of future changes, remaining very sympathetic in nature to the early character to avoid damaging the whole experience of owning and living in such a lovely property. Taking the time to look around there are some very memorable aspects that linger long in the memory. Perhaps the most striking of these is some of the joinery. Original herringbone woodblock flooring can be found in a number of ground floor rooms and combine beautifully with the two main bay windows also original and restored with hand made hardwood secondary glazing to match the original design. Where windows have been replaced many are individually made in hardwood double glazed units, again to maintain the authentic profile, both internally and externally. The living room, dining room and kitchen-breakfast room are positioned to make the most of the southerly aspect over the rear garden and are orientated in such a way to be appreciated from both inside and out. The kitchen is itself a very appealing room with a full range of cream coloured units, central work island, granite surfaces and an adjacent breakfast room providing space for a table and chairs and casement doors opening out onto the patio and seating area. Further ground floor rooms include a library with built-in solid oak furniture and large fireplace displaying a fantastic array of delft tiles. The current study complete with stunning coloured glass windows could be used as a fourth bedroom, particularly as there is a lovely modern shower room directly opposite fitted by "Goodwood" balancing modern and traditional requirements. Upstairs the character is no less striking, between three double bedrooms and a three piece Victorian style bathroom also housing a walk-in shower. The circular window is also a rare piece of early Victorian design, complimenting the ground floor bays.
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23/11/2017 Property listed at £899,950
22/09/2017 Property listed at £945,000
28/05/2017 Property listed at £999,950
27/04/2017 Property listed at £1,150,000

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Curchods Estate Agents, Walton on Thames

79 High Street

Walton on Thames

Surrey

KT12 1DN

Telephone: See phone number 01932 247777

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Curchods Estate Agents, Walton on Thames

79 High Street

Walton on Thames

Surrey

KT12 1DN

Telephone: See phone number 01932 247777

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