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A fantastic detached period home with extensive accommodation, a large mature garden, driveway and a garage.

Property Snapshot
  • Extensive period home
  • Four reception rooms
  • Gated driveway
  • Garage
  • Superb mature garden
  • Cellar conversion
  • Exceptionally presented
  • 5 double bedrooms - 1 ensuite
  • Utility room
  • Guest cloakroom
38 Farfield is an exceptional detached Victorian home built in 1860, nicely positioned at the Chester Road South end of Farfield. The property has been substantially enlarged and extensively refurbished by the current owner so that it now provides a significant amount of versatile accommodation totalling in excess of 1,900 square feet. The adaptable layout can offer five bedrooms including the cellar conversion along with three bathrooms. It has a huge amount of living space with four distinct reception areas plus a spacious family kitchen with adjoining utility. To the front is parking and an attached garage and at the rear is a truly superb garden being extensive in size and not overlooked.

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