This Saturday, 2nd March we are holding an open house between 1-2pm for a chance to view this beautifully restored house of local historical interest. On the 7th August this year it will be the 100th anniversary of the passing of Samuel F Cody, our pioneer of manned flight. In conjunction with this, is this amazing opportunity to acquire the home he lived in for last two years of his life from 1911 until 1913 and to be a part of history.

The property was unfortunately left to fall into disrepair until a sensitive property developer brought this house back its former glory while retaining original features.   The internal decoration is finished to a high standard with oak floors and re plastering to the walls.  The property is completely painted white throughout to leave you with the opportunity to create a home as individual as you are.

The wonderful sense of light and space immediately greets you as you enter the property and you can’t help notice the high ceilings, original arched mouldings and the fantastic galleried landing.  There are three spacious reception rooms, two of which have lovely open fireplaces and charming bay windows.  As always, the kitchen is the hub of the house and this superbly refitted kitchen does not disappoint with quality appliances, cream cottage style cabinets and heated quarry tiled flooring.

As you ascend the staircase you are welcomed by the striking galleried landing with double aspect views.  There are four double bedrooms with the master presenting a beautiful bay window and a well appointed en suite while the luxurious bathroom suite contains a lovely Victorian style, free standing, roll top bath with a telephone shower attachment in addition to a shower cubicle.

A shingle drive with a five bar gate to the front of the property provides valuable off road parking while the rear of the property presents a generous garden which also wraps round the side of this stunning period home.

Being in walking distance from Ash Vale mainline station servicing London Waterloo and also to North Camp train station and with no onward chain, this truly is an opportunity not to missed.  Please feel free to pop by between 1 & 2pm where Jason Bowden will be there to meet you.

For further information click here or call the Ash Vale branch on 01252 353030.