There’s so much to love about 35 Thornyhill Road that we don’t know where to start. 

The quaint exterior of the listed former farmstead gives way to a stunning four-bedroom house which has been sympathetically renovated to blend the new and old together. 

The result is this fabulous iconic stone building home, which dates back to 1784 and enjoys Grade B1 listed status, retains period features including the original front door, sash windows and window shutters. 

Many of the rooms feature solid hardwood herringbone flooring, while the principal bedroom boasts polished concrete flooring, high vaulted ceilings and sliding doors through to the rear gardens. 

As if that isn’t impressive enough, there is also a well-appointed ensuite and walk-in dressing room. 

The exposed stone walls feature throughout the interior of the property, including in the kitchen which has a real wow factor with high vaulted ceilings, contemporary kitchen units and island, and seating area with a standalone cast iron wood burning stove. 

The only question that remains is, when can we move in? 

Jonh Minnis presents this property