This stunning terrace is regarded as a hidden gem, set away from a busy city with stunning communal gardens immediately in front, and hidden by mature trees. Suspension bridge builder James Dredge, lived here in the mid-19th century and Summer Hill House, which is attached to the west end of the terrace, came from Chippenham, was demolished and transported stone by stone.
The house retains a wealth of superb original features, including cornice ceilings, fire places, sash windows, staircases. In the past, the property was arranged as three dwellings with lower ground floor and top floor flat lets. The property is now in need of complete modernisation, allowing a new buyer to accentuate the original features and improve to their own taste.
Ground Floor: Entrance hall, Kitchen, Dining room, Bathroom
First Floor: Drawing room, Library
Second Floor: 2 bedrooms | 1 Bathroom
Third Floor: 2 Further bedrooms, 1 Bathroom, Kitchenette
Lower Ground Floor: Sitting room, Kitchenette, Bedroom 5, Bathroom, Wine store, Vaults
Outside: Two front and rear courtyards (front courtyard with separate access from the front pavement), Long rear garden