Property of the Week: 'Superb Victorian character property' for £725k
This week we have looked at the former cottage to Woodcote House, currently on the market for £725,000 with Julie Philpot Residential
By James Smith
24th Sep 2023 | Property of the Week
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Our property for this week comes courtesy of our exclusive property sponsor Julie Philpot Residential.
This week we have looked at the former cottage to Woodcote House, currently on the market for £725,000.
The brochure describes the house as: "A superb Victorian character property oozing great style and charm whilst providing spacious living all on the ground floor.
"East Lodge is a very stylish home having been sympathetically improved and extended by the present seller whilst also retaining many original period features which will only be appreciated by viewing.
"In addition is a generous size mature garden with ample parking for several vehicles."
East Lodge is the former lodge cottage to Woodcote House, it dates back to the Victorian period and appears to be approaching 180 to 200 years old and is set within the conservation area.
The entrance to the Lodge is via a private driveway which the owner of East Lodge has a right of access.
The setting is very mature with shrubs and trees providing screening and the plot is generous in size.
The property has all mains services connected plus a Bose sound system.
The present seller has improved and extended the property in order for the accommodation to now provide generous sized living space, the refitting of the kitchen and the creation of a luxury bathroom with freestanding bath.
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