House tour time! I'm not going to do room-by-room as there's just too many and not enough content for each, so I'm going to do it floor-by-floor. There's four floors in total, and I'm starting with the ground floor - the floor you enter into through the front door.
So yeah, the front door. There's actually an inner porch with a second locked door before you enter through into the hallway. Presumably this is for both added security and also to keep draughts out.
Then you enter the hall. I love this room - this is what gave the house its 'wow' factor on our first visit. I just love hallways!
On the left of the stairs is the living room. A pretty reasonable sized one too! Check out the retro fire though ;)
Opposite the living room is the dining room. This room also has a lovely retro fire - which is actually a back boiler. More on that later. I love the original cupboards on the left, although the doors have been boarded so currently lacking in its original features. The only window (to the left) in the dining room looks into the conservatory so it's not the brightest of rooms with its lack of natural light.
The door at the back of the dining room leads down to the basement.
And opposite that door is another cupboard/pantry.
So moving through to the kitchen, which is an extension on the original house - there's a door on the right which goes through to the conservatory.
This conservatory is also the only way to the back garden. Which is a jungle!
Finally, the door at the back of the kitchen goes through to a downstairs shower-room.
Lots to plan and think about fo'sho!