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This four-bed­room house used to be part of a hosepipe fac­tory in the early part of the 20th cen­tury.

It was con­verted to a four-bed­room fam­ily home in 2006, keep­ing the orig­i­nal vaulted tim­ber ceil­ing from the build­ing’s for­mer use. This is over the open-plan re­cep­tion room/ kitchen, part of which has dou­ble-height ceil­ings. Next to this is a glass atrium, con­tain­ing the din­ing room.

There is a large liv­ing room on the first floor, lead­ing to the mas­ter bed­room, which has an en suite bath­room and an out­door shower. Three fur­ther dou­ble bed­rooms are on the ground floor.

The house cov­ers 3,000 sq ft, and there is also a 386 sq ft study at the back of the south-fac­ing gar­den, plus a small shed.

Agent: Knight Frank (020 3813 7437; knight­frank.co.uk)

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