Beechwood is surrounded by its own gardens and located within a sought-after leafy street just strolling distance from multiple amenities.
This detached town house with a Gothic tower includes a number of magnificent fireplaces, traditional Victorian column radiators in most rooms, decorative cornicing and plasterwork, stained glass, original floorboards, deep skirtings and quarry tiles.
The elegant staircase hall has oak parquet floor and a burnished cast iron radiator in the French Rococco style. A broad turning staircase with sturdy oak newel posts passes a double height picture window on the half landing with original stained-glass detail.
The glorious sitting room has a deep bay, stripped floorboards and Dik Geurts Ivar 8 wood-burning stove on slate hearth housed in an ornate marble fireplace.
The dining room has a triple south-facing window, stripped floorboards and Burley Bradgate wood-burning stove housed in a striking marble fireplace.
The contemporary kitchen breakfast room has oak work surfaces, a freestanding electric induction cooking range, oak parquet floor, and space for an 8-seater dining table.
Upstairs there are six bedroom with the top floor enjoying superb views north to the Moors.
The property in currently listed for sale with Blenkin & Co with offers invited in excess of £900,000.