A four bedroom period style double bay and forecourt property with period features throughout and split level accommodation.

  • Lounge with feature fireplace
  • Dining room with feature fireplace
  • Cellar Room
  • Kitchen with ‘Shaker’ design units
  • Utility/shower room & wc
  • Four bedrooms
  • Family bathroom
  • Separate wc
  • Gas heating
  • Double glazing
  • Period features throughout
  • Enclosed rear garden

ENTRANCE PORCH  via panelled storm doors, period style tiled flooring, frosted double glazed front door with frosted double glazed fanlight over leading to entrance hall.

ENTRANCE HALL  double panel radiator, period style skirting boards, picture rail, coving and decorative plaster arch, plain plastered ceiling, period style natural wood panelled doors to all rooms excluding kitchen, central heating room thermostat, stairs rising to first floor with natural wood banister with carved newel post and spindles, walk in storage cupboard with shelving, steps down from entrance hall via panelled door leading to cellar room.

CELLAR  Cellar Entrance Area  15ft x 5ft 9  full ceiling height, door leading to Cellar Room 16ft 10 x 10ft 8 plus deep front recess, adjacent storage cupboards, gas and electric meters, electric fuses.

LOUNGE  14ft x 12ft 9 plus deep front aspect westerly facing double glazed bay window approx. 8ft 1 x 3ft, double panel radiator, telephone point, central chimneybreast with period marble mantle and surround, cast iron back with decorative tiled inserts, cast iron grate and tiled hearth, period skirting boards, picture rail, coving and decorative ceiling rose, plain plastered ceiling.

DINING ROOM  14ft 9 x 10ft 7  easterly facing rear aspect room via double glazed French Doors with steps leading down to rear garden, central chimneybreast with period marble mantle and surround, cast iron back with decorative tiled inserts, cast iron grate and tiled hearth, double panel radiator, period style skirting boards, picture rail and ceiling coving, plain plastered ceiling.

KITCHEN  13ft 9 reducing to 12ft 2  x 10ft 7  side aspect room via double glazed window, kitchen comprising of Cream Shaker design panel effect units with wooden furniture, one and a half bowl inset sink unit with gold effect mixer tap over, granite effect rolled edge work surfaces with range of storage cupboards and drawers under, further range of matching eye level storage cupboards with under and over pelmets,  under pelmet lighting, two eye level glazed bevel edged glass display cupboards with internal lighting, chimneybreast with built-in double oven and grill set into original chimneybreast with four ring gas hob and integrated cooker hood, adjacent period style built-in cupboard via natural wood panelled door, laminate flooring, plain plastered ceiling, inset ceiling spotlights, period style natural wood part panelled part frosted glazed door to utility\shower room.

UTILITY\SHOWER ROOM  11ft 3 x 7ft 1  dual side and rear aspect room, to the rear a frosted double glazed window, to the side a part panelled part frosted double glazed door to rear garden, wall mounted boiler, space for washing machine, vinyl flooring, recessed shower with three tiled walls with decorative mosaic effect dado tiling, electric shower mixer, plain plastered sloping ceiling, part panelled part frosted glazed door to w.c.

SEPARATE W.C.  low level suite, frosted side aspect double glazed window.

FIRST MEZZANINE LEVEL with stairs rising to first floor with natural wood banister, carved newel post and spindles, natural wood period style panelled door to bedroom, natural wood part panelled part frosted glazed door to w.c.

SEPARATE W.C.  comprising a low level w.c. with concealed cistern, White wall mounted wash hand basin with chrome taps, tongue and grooved panelling to dado level, frosted side aspect double glazed window, wood laminate flooring, plain plastered ceiling.

BEDROOM 3  13ft 7 x 10ft 9  easterly facing rear aspect room via double glazed window overlooking rear gardens, chimneybreast with period cast iron mantle with decorative surround, cast iron grate and tiled hearth, adjacent period style built-in storage cupboard via natural wood panelled door, double panel radiator, period style skirting boards and picture rail, plain plastered ceiling.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING  period style natural wood panelled doors to bedrooms, period skirting boards and picture rail, stairs rising to second mezzanine level with natural wood banister, carved newel post and spindles.

BEDROOM 2  14ft 8 x 10ft 5 reducing to 9ft 3  easterly facing rear aspect room via double glazed window overlooking rear gardens, central chimneybreast with tiled mantle and surround and adjacent built-in wardrobe via natural wood panelled doors concealing hanging rail space and storage drawers below, period skirting boards and picture rail, radiator, plain plastered ceiling.

BEDROOM 1  16ft 9 reducing to 15ft 6  x 14ft plus front aspect bay window approx. 8ft x 3ft with front aspect westerly facing double glazed window, chimneybreast with storage recess, built-in bedroom furniture comprising of two double wardrobes via panel effect doors with enamel effect furniture, further single wardrobe concealing hanging rail and storage shelf space, period skirting boards, picture rail and plain plastered ceiling with inset Halogen spotlights, double panel radiator.

SECOND MEZZANINE LEVEL  period style panelled doors to all rooms, access to roof space.

FAMILY BATHROOM  8ft x 6ft 5  side aspect room via frosted double glazed window, White three piece suite comprising a tongue and groove panel enclosed bath with chrome taps, mosaic effect tiled splashback, decorative dado tiling, glazed screen and chrome shower mixer with feature sunflower head, chrome taps, close coupled w.c., built-in vanity basin with chrome taps and pop up waste, storage shelf and drawers below, tiled storage shelf with mosaic effect tiles, wood laminate flooring, chrome towel rail\radiator, frosted borrowed light window, plain plastered part sloping ceiling, extractor fan.

BEDROOM 4   10ft 8 reducing to 9ft 7 x 10ft 9  easterly facing rear aspect room via double glazed window overlooking rear gardens, chimneybreast with cast iron mantle and decorative surround, cast iron grate, double panel radiator, period style skirting boards, plain plastered ceiling.

OUTSIDE  to the front of the property there is a forecourt approach, to the rear there is an enclosed shingle and paved garden with flower borders, side storage area.

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