Dunmore House West forms the major part of an extremely attractive Victorian ‘manor’ house and also benefits from a self-contained apartment which would benefit from refurbishment, and detached 3 bungalow annexe. Set in gardens, paddock and woodland of roughly 5 acres, yet within walking distance to the amenities of the town, the house and its situation are as convenient as they are impressive.
Accommodation, with approximate measurements only, comprises :
20' 11'' x 16' 10'' (6.37m x 5.13m)
Open Plan Kitchen breakfast room
19' 11'' x 19' 0'' (6.07m x 5.79m)
16' 6'' x 13' 0'' (5.03m x 3.96m)
25' 0'' x 17' 11'' (7.61m x 5.46m)
21' 10'' x 15' 0'' (6.65m x 4.57m)
There are five further bedrooms (see floor plan for further information).
Second Floor Apartment
Accessed from an external staircase is a good-sized 2 bedroom apartment that is in need of complete refurbishment
Detached bungalow annexe
This substantial, three bedroom detached property has its own garden, parking and requires some updating
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