A three previously four bedroom end terrace period house with split level family accommodation and open aspect views from an extended kitchen/breakfast room over lovingly maintained rear garden. The majority of the internal doors have been replaced in 2015 with solid wood pitch pine doors with “Delamain” Ivory Crackle Glaze and Florentine Bronze Doorknobs.
- Split level entrance hall with natural wood exposed floorboards and period features
- Front aspect lounge with period fireplace
- Rear aspect dining room with period fireplace
- Ground floor wc
- Cream panel effect cottage style kitchen
- Extended breakfast area
- First floor wc
- Three bedrooms
- Contemporary style luxury family top floor bathroom
- Gas heating and double glazing
- Enclosed well maintained garden
ENTRANCE HALL Part panel part frosted etched single glazed front door with single glazed fanlight over, period natural wood exposed floorboards to split level entrance hall, radiator, period skirting boards, dado rail, picture rail, decorative plaster arch, understairs panelling, period ceiling coving and plain plastered ceiling, stairs rising to all floors with natural wood banister and spindles, carved newel post.
GROUND FLOOR WC comprising low level wc with wooden seat, white wall mounted wash hand basin with chrome taps and tiled splashback, ceramic floor tiles, frosted side aspect double glazed window, plain plastered ceiling, understairs storage cupboard via part panelled part frosted etched glazed period door leading to hanging rail and storage shelf space, further adjacent understairs storage cupboard housing gas and electric meters.
LOUNGE 12ft 7 (3.85m) x 13ft (3.95m) plus front aspect double glazed bay window approximately 6ft 10 (2.09m) x 3ft (0.92m) westerly facing double glazed bay window, central chimney breast with period marble mantle and surround, decorative cast iron back with decorative tiled inserts, tiled hearth, remote controlled gas coal effect fire, single panelled radiator, television point, period skirting boards, picture rail, decorative ceiling coving and decorative ceiling rose, plain plastered ceiling, natural wood panelled door to entrance hall with enamel furniture.
DINING ROOM 11ft 5 (3.48m) x 10ft 2 (3.11m) easterly facing rear aspect room via double glazed window overlooking side storage area, central chimney breast with period mantle and surround, decorative cast iron back with decorative tiled inserts, single panelled radiator, period skirting boards, picture rail, coving and decorative ceiling rose.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 19ft 5 (5.91m) x 10ft 3 (3.12m) dual side and rear aspect room, to the side double glazed windows overlooking side storage area, to the rear double glazed French doors with adjacent double glazed windows opening out onto paved and split level shingled lovingly cared for rear garden. Breakfast area with wood grain laminate flooring leading through to kitchen area, feature vertical radiator, double glazed skylight window. Kitchen comprising cream panel effect shaker design cottage style units with feature effect furniture, one and half bowl stainless steel inset sink unit with monobloc mixer tap over, solid wood block work surfaces, range of storage cupboards and drawers under, further range of matching eyelevel storage cupboards with under and over pelmets, under pelmet lighting, built-in larder cupboard with pull out storage drawers, space for washing machine, space for dishwasher, space for freestanding fridge/freezer, brushed steel electric oven with five ring brushed steel gas hob over, brushed steel splashback and cooker hood, wood grain laminate flooring, plain plastered ceiling with inset ceiling spotlights, Renaissance “Barn Oak” laminate flooring.
FIRST MEZZANINE LEVEL with period skirting boards, dado rail, plain plastered ceiling, stairs rising to first floor with natural wood banister, spindle and carved newel post, natural wood panelled doors to bedroom three and first floor wc.
FIRST FLOOR WC two piece suite comprising low level wc with wooden seat, white wall mounted wash hand basin with chrome tap, mosaic effect tiled splashback, wood grain effect flooring, frosted side aspect double glazed window, plain plastered ceiling.
BEDROOM 3 12ft (3.07m) x 11ft 2 (3.41m) easterly facing rear aspect room via double glazed window overlooking rear gardens, single panelled radiator, plain plastered ceiling.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING access to roof space, stairs rising to second mezzanine level with natural wood banister, carved spindles and newel post, natural wood panel effect doors to bedroom one and bedroom two.
LOFT AREA 16ft 7 (5.07m) x 12ft 6 (3.83m) plus further under eaves storage area, full head height with power and light points.
BEDROOM 11ft 5 x (3.48m) x 10ft 2 (3.11m) easterly facing rear aspect room overlooking rear gardens via double glazed window, central chimney breast with period mantle and cast iron surround, adjacent period wardrobe with natural wood panelled doors, decorative ceiling rose, picture rail and dado rail, single panelled radiator, plain plastered ceiling.
BEDROOM 1 16ft 4 (5.00m) x 12ft 7 (3.85m) easterly facing front aspect room via double glazed window overlooking Chelsea Road, central chimney breast with period mantle and surround, decorative cast iron back with decorative tiled inserts, tiled hearth, period skirting boards, picture rail and decorative ceiling rose, plain plastered ceiling, double panelled radiator.
SECOND MEZZANINE LEVEL with feature leadlight frosted coloured glazed borrowed light window to bathroom, period natural wood panelled door to bathroom, plain plastered ceiling.
FAMILY BATHROOM 14ft 6 (4.43m) x 10ft 4 (3.14m) reducing to 7ft (2.13m) contemporary three piece family suite comprising feature oval stand-alone deep bath with stand-alone feature chrome swan neck bath mixer with separate chrome hand held shower head, corner shower cubicle with two stone effect tiled walls, glazed curved door/screen, chrome shower mixer with separate hand held shower head, further sun flower main shower head, ceramic wash hand basin with chrome monobloc mixer tap and pop-up waste, stone effect mosaic tiled splashback, adjacent chrome feature roll top cast iron radiator, wood grain effect flooring, feature plain plastered part sloping ceiling with inset chrome spotlights, side and rear aspect double glazed windows with integrated blinds set in the glass, leadlight frosted coloured glazed borrowed light window from landing.
OUTSIDE to the front of the property there is a deep forecourt area with period tiled flooring, decorative period rope edging stones to flower border with mature trees and shrubs, courtesy entrance light. To the rear of the property there is an enclosed easterly facing immaculately tendered rear garden approximately 40ft 2 (12.26m) x 17ft 3 (5.26m) main paved patio area to lower part of garden with side access to storage shed which leads through to side storage area beyond and outside tap, raised flower bed with railway sleeper edging with herb garden and mature plants and shrubs, railway sleeper step rising to upper garden area with immaculately tendered flower and shrub border with central gravel area and slate pathway, mature trees and shrubs.
NB: AGENTS NOTES an internal inspection is highly recommended to appreciate this immaculately example of a three bedroom previously four split level period house with period features throughout which offers flexible family accommodation and a stunning enclosed well maintained rear garden all situated just north of Albert Road.
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