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Sundial House,

Guide price £500,000 2,325 sq. ft.

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About the property

A substantial and beautifully presented Victorian detached 5 double bedroom property, a lovely family home offering exciting further potential, set in an elevated position at the heart of the village of Kingstone.

Property Snapshot
  • Substantial family home
  • Popular village location
  • Period features
  • Double garage with parking
Originally built in the 1860s for a Primitive Methodist minister and later extended, Sundial House provides an elegant family home with the high ceilings and large windows so typical of generous Victorian proportions. It offers ample living space with inherent malleability of use and further exciting potential for reconfiguration and perhaps even conversion of the expansive roof space into a Master Suite; subject to all relevant planning permissions. Lovingly maintained and updated over the years the house has been reroofed and is under guarantee for another 13 years and supports an array of solar panels generating an annual income. 2,325 sq. ft.

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