Nestled at the conclusion of a cul-de-sac in a peaceful component of St Andrews, this amazing art deco semi-detached villa, developed in 1938, brings together previous model magnificence with contemporary modern living.

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© Gated driveway to residence.

This eye-catching residence is approached by a gated personal driveway, and a pretty open porch welcomes you to the front door. The ground ground lodging includes vestibule, corridor, living place, dining space with patio doors to the rear garden, modern breakfasting kitchen, stroll-in larder, utility place, cloakroom WC, and a house office environment/fifth bed room. The very first ground attributes a landing with built-in storage, four further bedrooms (3 doubles and a solitary) and two attractive shower rooms. The 2nd most significant double is presently currently being employed as an business office/health and fitness center and involves a door opening out onto a south-struggling with balcony. Externally, the residence is flanked by generous perfectly-preserved gardens to the entrance and rear, even though exceptional non-public parking is offered by a monoblock front driveway and a single garage in just a communal block of two, with a helpful work shed hooked up. On the market with Thorntons Regulation LLP for features more than £725,000, much more specifics can be located Listed here.

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