This complete property renovation in Broadstone of a property dating back to circa 1920 totally transformed this magnificent 7 bedroom detached Edwardian gentleman’s residence into a fully restored and refurbished nearly 4000ft² home, arranged over 3 floors. Crossways stands on a superb, beautifully landscaped corner site extending to just under half an acre. The property retains much of its original charm, and features include 3 reception rooms, original cast iron fireplaces, picture rails and cornicing. The superb kitchen/family area is contemporary in design and features bifold doors to the garden. The 7 bedrooms are all doubles, and there are 3 bathrooms.
The gardens are an outstanding feature, being enclosed by laurel hedges and fencing, with exterior lighting. To the south-east side of the house there is an established beech tree and a lawn. The main garden area, to the south side of the house, has a large lawn, a bank planted with box hedges and other plants, and birch and holly trees.
The drawing room has an attractive bay window looking onto the front garden. The dining room has a cast iron fireplace with an ornate moulder plaster surround and an angled bay window to the front. The morning room has a cast iron fireplace and a wide bay window overlooking the drive.