Esposito, Cambridgeshire

A spacious Edwardian house built in 1902, located next to a large park in the centre of Peterborough, which is close to the A1, 1 hour from the M25 and 50 minutes on the train to Kings Cross. The house has been refurbished, keeping all original features, such as the tiled floor and stained glass in the entrance hall, fireplaces in living rooms and bedrooms, cornicing, picture rails, original windows and refurbished floorboards. Downstairs there is a large, neutral living room and a large, open plan, kitchen / diner / living room / playroom with bi-fold doors onto the garden. Upstairs there are two bathrooms, one modern, with a large double shower and one traditional with a roll top bath. There are 4 bedrooms, each with a distinctive style, including a child’s room and a nursery. The interior design is a mix of antiques; 50s, 60s and 70s finds and crisp modern design. Located in Peterborough.


TrainNearest Rail: Peterborough - 5 minutes in a taxi.

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