A Guide to Station House
Two leather settees and a chair from a Pullman carriage offer seating for six. There is a large flat screen television and DVD player. Alternatively I have provided a great selection of books, games and jigsaws on the shelves in the bay window. Ideal for winter in front of the coal fire. The wall pictures are all original railway prints contemporary with the age of the house and from the London Illustrated Magazine.
Modern fitted units give plenty of storage and there is a fitted Smeg double oven and a ceramic hob. A built under larder fridge can accommodate plenty of food. There is ‘Suissane’ cutlery for twelve and twelve settings of cutlery. A pine table and chairs allows less formal eating here.
Here good quality contemporary furniture allows comfortable dining for six. In addition there is a child's high chair and a baby chair. A wonderful place to eat and enjoy the steam trains passing just feet away from the window.
There is a phone and modem here. You can enjoy wireless internet.
In this good size room is a shower over steel bath, toilet and basin with handy storage in a modern built-under cabinet. Opposite is a washer-dryer and clothes drying rack. The central heating radiator alongside is very efficient and dries damp towels and clothes very quickly!