Inside this stunning curved home with 19 rooms and a beautiful garden
The grade-two period property in Victoria Road is curved and set within three-quarters of an acre, including lawned gardens and grounds.
Located along a private tree-lined lane, this “beautiful property” boasts around 3,500sq ft of accommodation.
It has two entrance halls, five receptions rooms, seven bedrooms, four bathrooms, a 22ft kitchen, a utility room and a laundry room, plus a double garage.
Construction of the original and major part of the property dates back to around 1830, with estate agents Fine & Country billing it as a “rare opportunity to purchase a real piece of Beverley’s architectural history”.
The property is arranged over two floors and is approached via a long gravel lane leading to the side and front of the property with “ample parking” for several vehicles.
The extensive garden has mature trees and is hedged all the way around. The property stands within a “sunny secluded” location.
Owner Heather Burke, who shares the home with husband Peter, said: “We have lived here for 25 years. It was a really good place to bring up a family.
“What drew us to it all those years ago was the architecture. It is made of local stone which is chalk, that is why it is called Chalk Villa.
“I think how it is at the front. I don’t think there is another one certainly in Beverley that I have ever seen so it is quite unique.”