An extended five bedroom period house that has been modernised and improved by the current owners incorporating converted loft and situated in tree lined road south of Albert Road.

  • Entrance hall
  • Through lounge/dining room
  • Side lean to/conservatory
  • Ground floor wc
  • Wood grain Shaker design kitchen, breakfast room opening onto rear garden
  • Three first floor bedrooms
  • First floor luxury family five piece bathroom suite
  • Two top floor bedrooms
  • Top floor shower room
  • Period features
  • Gas heating and double glazing
  • Enclosed decked and lawned rear garden

ACCOMMODATION

ENTRANCE HALL via part panelled part frosted leadlight coloured glazed period style front door with frosted single glazed fanlight over, high level cupboard housing electric meter and trip switches, double panelled radiator, period skirting boards, picture rail, decorative plaster arch and ceiling coving, period style panelled doors to lounge/dining room and kitchen/breakfast room with brushed steel effect furniture, wood grain flooring, return staircase rising to first floor with period banister, carved spindles and newel post, feature painted stair treads, understairs cloaks area, understairs storage cupboard, access hatch to under floor area.

GROUND FLOOR WC comprising close coupled suite, white wall mounted wash hand basin with glass tiled splashback, chrome monobloc mixer tap and pop-up waste, wood grain effect flooring, extractor fan, plain plastered ceiling.

LOUNGE/DINING ROOM 24ft 4 (7.41m) x 11ft 7 (3.54m) plus front aspect double glazed bay window approximately 6ft 8 (2.05m) x 3ft 1 (0.96m) double glazed southerly aspect room overlooking front forecourt.  Lounge area with central chimney breast with feature log burning stove, slate hearth, period skirting boards, picture rail, coving and decorative ceiling rose, wood grain flooring, double panelled radiator, television point, telephone point.  Dining area with further chimney breast with display recess, further double panelled radiator, period skirting boards, picture rail, coving and decorative ceiling rose, wood grain effect flooring, double glazed French doors opening into side lean to/conservatory.

SIDE LEAN TO/CONSERVATORY 9ft 5 (2.87m) x 4ft 4 (1.32m) part panelled part single glazed door leading to rear garden, corrugated clear roof.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 23ft 1 (7.04m) x 10ft (3.05m) dual side and rear aspect room, to the side westerly facing double glazed window to breakfast area, to the rear double glazed French doors opening out onto decked and lawned rear garden.  Breakfast area with double panelled radiator, terracotta coloured ceramic floor tiles throughout breakfast area leading through to kitchen, coved ceiling.  Kitchen area kitchen comprising wood grain panel effect shaker design units with brushed steel effect furniture, one and half bowl resin inset sink unit with chrome monobloc swan neck mixer tap over, granite effect roll edge work surfaces with stone effect tiled splashback, 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 cupboards, space for washing machine, space for dishwasher, space for freestanding fridge/freezer, wall mounted boiler, space for range cooker with brushed steel splashback, brushed steel and glass cooker hood over, coved ceiling.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING via return staircase with painted stair treads, frosted side aspect period sash window, wood grain flooring throughout first floor landing, single panelled radiator, period picture rail, plain plastered ceiling, mains powered smoke detector, period style panelled doors with brushed steel furniture to all rooms, feature painted return staircase rising to top floor with banister, carved spindles and newel post.

BEDROOM 1 13ft (3.98m) x 11ft 10 (3.61m) plus front aspect southerly facing double glazed bay window approximately 6ft 8 (2.04m) x 3ft 2 (0.97m) (measurements taken to built-in wardrobes), built-in wardrobes via mirror fronted sliding natural wood framed doors concealing hanging rail and storage shelf space, feature painted exposed period floorboards, period skirting boards and ceiling coving, plain plastered ceiling, double panelled radiator.

BEDROOM 2 12ft (3.67m) x 11ft 7 (3.53m) rear aspect room via double glazed window overlooking rear gardens, feature exposed painted floorboards, period skirting boards, single panelled radiator.

BEDROOM 3 10ft (3.06m) x 10ft (3.06m) open rear aspect views over gardens via double glazed window, wood grain effect flooring, plain plastered ceiling, double panelled radiator.

LUXURY FAMILY BATHROOM 12ft 9 (3.88m) x 7ft (2.13m) five piece white suite comprising ball and claw roll top feature bath with chrome waterfall bath mixer taps, separate hand held shower attachment, porcelain tiled surround, his and hers ceramic rectangular wash hand basin both with chrome monobloc waterfall taps and pop-up waste, panel effect storage cupboards with chrome furniture below, further storage drawer below to both his and hers sinks, close coupled w.c., rectangular double shower cubicle with two porcelain tiled walls, glazed doors/screen, chrome shower mixer with separate hand held shower head, chrome monsoon principle shower head over, feature period style chrome roll top radiator/towel rail, period style tiled flooring, underfloor heating, plain plastered ceiling with chrome inset ceiling spotlights, shaver point, extractor fan.

TOP FLOOR LANDING via return staircase with banister, carved spindles and newel post, frosted side aspect double glazed window, plain plastered ceiling, inset ceiling spotlights, mains powered smoke detector, period style panelled doors to all rooms with brushed steel effect furniture, wall mounted thermostat.

SHOWER ROOM 6ft 5 (1.96m) x 5ft 5 (1.65m) westerly facing side aspect room via frosted double glazed window, white three piece suite comprising corner shower cubicle with flecked porcelain tiles to two walls, chrome shower mixed with separate hand held shower head plus principle monsoon chrome shower head over, glazed door/screen, close coupled w.c, square ceramic wash hand basin with chrome monobloc waterfall mixer tap and pop-up waste, white high gloss storage draws below with chrome handles, chrome towel rail/radiator, ceramic floor tiles, plain plastered ceiling with inset ceiling spotlights, extractor fan, under floor heating.

BEDROOM 4 10ft 3 (3.14m) x 9ft 7 (2.92m) dual side and rear aspect room via double glazed windows, wood grain effect flooring, under eaves storage cupboard with chrome furniture, plain plastered ceiling with inset ceiling spotlights.

BEDROOM 5 (PRINCIPLE BEDROOM) 19ft 4 (5.90m) x 14ft 3 (4.35m) reducing to 12ft 9 (3.89m) part restricted feature sloping ceiling with two southerly front aspect double glazed skylight windows, rear aspect double glazed window overlooking rear gardens, under eaves storage cupboards with chrome furniture, plain plastered ceiling with inset ceiling spotlights, overhead light, television point, wood grain effect flooring.

OUTSIDE to the front of the property there is a deep forecourt approach with retaining brick wall, wrought iron gate, entrance recess, to the rear of the property there is an enclosed decked and lawned rear garden approximately 29ft (8.85m) x 15ft 6 (4.74m) side storage area with access to side lean to/conservatory, decked area with outside tap and courtesy light leading to lawned rear garden with railway sleeper flower borders with mature flowers and shrubs, rear wooden gate.

NB: AGENTS NOTES an internal inspection is highly recommended to appreciate the size, layout and quality of finish of this extended period property situated south of Albert Road in a tree lined road that has been sympathetically improved by the current owners to retain many of the original features but add a modern contemporary feel.

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