An imposing four bedroom, two/three reception room end of terrace period house with an easterly and southerly aspect rear garden with provision for off road parking and situated in the requested Craneswater location.
- Entrance hall
- Ground floor cloakroom
- Two/three reception rooms
- Four bedrooms
- Family bathroom
- Luxury top floor bathroom and dressing room/wardrobe
- Double glazing and gas heating
- Enclosed rear garden with potential for off road parking in garden
ENTRANCE HALL via part panelled part frosted leadlight coloured glazed period front door with adjacent frosted leadlight windows and matching fanlight over, entrance hall with period style tiled flooring, radiator, period skirting boards, panelled walls, dado rail, ceiling coving and decorative plaster arch, period staircase with banister, carved spindles and newel post rising to all floors with painted treads and central runner carpet with brushed steel bars, part panelled part glazed doors with enamel furniture to lounge and dining room, mains powered smoke detector, plain plastered ceiling, period panelled door with enamel furniture to ground floor cloakroom.
GROUND FLOOR CLOAKROOM comprising two piece contemporary style suite with close coupled w.c., rectangular wall mounted wash hand basin with stone effect tiled splashback, matching period style tiled flooring from entrance hall, plain plastered ceiling, extractor fan, understairs storage cupboard.
LOUNGE 14ft 2 (4.32m) x 14ft 4 (4.38m) plus front aspect double glazed bay window approximately 6ft 6 (2.00m) x 3ft 2 (0.98m) dual front and side aspect room via double glazed windows, built-in window shutters, central chimney breast with period style decorative cast iron mantle and surround, slate hearth, recessed feature log burning stove, “Bespoke” adjacent built-in storage cupboards via panelled doors with chrome furniture either side of chimney breast together with bookshelves, period style skirting boards, picture rail, coved ceiling with decorative ceiling rose, plain plastered ceiling, television point, double panelled radiator, oak wood grain flooring throughout lounge.
DINING ROOM 18ft 4 (5.59m) x 13ft 3 (4.03m) side aspect room via double glazed windows with built-in window shutters, double panelled radiator, period style skirting boards, coved and plain plastered ceiling, two wall light points, oak wood grain flooring, television point, dining room opening out onto kitchen/family room.
KITCHEN/FAMILY ROOM 17ft 6 (5.34m) x 15ft 6 (4.72m) reducing to 13ft 6 (4.12m) central feature family island units with solid wood block work surfaces, double enamel ‘Butler’ sink with chrome monobloc mixer tap over, shaker design wood grain panel effect units throughout kitchen with brushed steel effect furniture, main island units with painted olive green colouring, further surrounding matching panel effect shaker design units with brushed steel furniture with painted cream design, induction hob with floating feature brushed steel cooker hood extractor over, cutlery and pan drawer below, built-in wine rack and book shelves, further solid wood block work surfaces with tiled splashback and brushed steel effect power points, integrated day fridge with adjacent brushed steel AEG ovens and grills, storage cupboards and drawers over, solid wood block eyelevel shelving with integrated lighting, central heating room thermostat, double panelled radiator, wood grain oak flooring, coved and plain plastered ceiling, natural wood part panelled part bevel edged glazed door to utility room, adjacent double glazed French doors opening out onto paved side patio area and rear garden.
UTILITY ROOM 14ft 3 (4.34m) reducing to 10ft (3.05m) x 8ft 4 (2.56m) reducing to 7ft (2.13m) matching olive green panel effect shaker design wood grain effect units with brushed steel effect furniture throughout utility room, ample storage cupboards, integrated fridge, integrated dishwasher, solid wood block work surfaces with enamel single bowl single drainer sink with chrome monobloc mixer tap over, solid wood window sill, space for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, double glazed side aspect window, ceramic floor tiles, single panelled radiator, part panelled part double glazed door with adjacent window and matching fanlights over leading to rear garden, coved and plain plastered ceiling with inset ceiling spotlights.
FIRST MEZZANINE LEVEL with period skirting boards, decorative plaster arch, coved ceiling, panelled walls, banister with carved spindles and newel post rising to all floors, plain plastered ceiling, single panelled radiator, period panelled style doors with chrome furniture to all rooms, frosted borrowed light from family bathroom, access to roof space, plain plastered ceiling.
FAMILY BATHROOM 8ft 6 (2.59m) x 6ft 5 (1.97m) dual frosted side aspect windows, white four piece suite comprising rectangular panel enclosed bath with chrome bath mixer over, corner shower cubicle with two bevel edged tiled walls, glazed curved screen/doors, chrome shower mixer with square monsoon shower head over, ceramic floating wall mounted wash hand basin with chrome monobloc mixer tap and pop-up waste, white bevel edged tiled splashback, close coupled w.c. with concealed cistern, white bevel edged tiling to three walls, tongue and groove panelling to dado level, double panelled radiator, wood grain effect vinyl flooring, coved and plain plastered ceiling, extractor fan.
BEDROOM 3 15ft 8 (4.79m) x 10ft 2 (3.10m) reducing to 9ft 1 (2.77m) rear aspect room via double glazed window, single panelled radiator, built-in triple wardrobe via wood grain panel effect sliding doors concealing hanging rail and storage shelf space, blanket cupboards over, coved and plain plastered ceiling.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING via side aspect double glazed window, wood grain panel effect period style panelled doors with chrome furniture to bedroom two and bedroom three, stairs rising to second floor with banister, carved spindles and newel post, painted stair treads with central carpet and metal tread bars, period skirting boards, dado rail with wood effect panelling below, period ceiling coving, plain plastered ceiling with mains powered smoke detector.
BEDROOM 2 13ft 1 (4.01m) x 13ft (3.97m) (measurements taken to build-in wardrobes) dual side and rear aspect room via double glazed windows, single panelled radiator, central chimney breast with adjacent his and hers built-in double wardrobes via wood grain effect sliding doors concealing hanging rail and storage shelf space, picture rail height storage and display shelves, coved and plain plastered ceiling.
BEDROOM 1 14ft 3 (4.36m) x 12ft 6 (3.83m) (measurements taken to built-in wardrobes) plus front aspect double glazed bay window approximately 6ft 9 (2.05m) x 3ft (0.92m) dual front and side aspect room via double glazed windows, double panelled radiator, central chimney breast with period style cast iron decorative mantle and surround, cast iron grate with decorative tiled inserts, adjacent “Bespoke” His and Hers triple wardrobes via panel effect doors with chrome furniture concealing hanging rail and storage shelf space, period skirting boards, coving and decorative ceiling rose, plain plastered ceiling.
SECOND FLOOR LANDING wood grain panel effect doors with chrome furniture to all rooms, coved and plain plastered ceiling.
BEDROOM 4 16ft 7 (5.06m) reducing to 10ft 7 (3.23m) x 12ft 3 (3.74m) reducing to 6ft 3 (1.92m) front aspect room via double glazed dormer window with feature plain plastered part sloping part restrictive head height ceiling tongue and groove panelling, single panelled radiator, built-in storage cupboard via period panelled door concealing hanging rail space, part plain plastered ceiling part tongue and grooved ceiling.
LUXURY TOP FLOOR BATHROOM AND DRESSING ROOM/WARDROBE Dressing room/wardrobe 6ft 2 (1.89m) x 5ft (1.52m), hanging rail and storage space. Bathroom 14ft 4 (4.38m) reducing to 7ft 4 (2.24m) x 13ft 2 (4.02m) reducing to 7ft (2.15m) four piece luxury suite comprising stand-alone ball and claw roll top bath with chrome bath mixer, rectangular floating wall mounted sink with dual chrome monobloc mixer taps with grey bevel edged tiled splashback, contemporary style close coupled w.c., walk-in double shower cubicle with glazed screen, chrome shower mixer, separate hand held shower head plus sunflower principled shower head over, double panelled radiator, plain plastered part sloping feature ceiling, built-in storage cupboard via panel effect period door concealing hanging rail and storage space.
OUTSIDE to the front and side of the property there is a forecourt area with flower borders, retaining brick wall and wrought iron fencing and gate, to the rear of the property there is a L-shaped flagstone paved patio garden approximately 33ft (10.06m) reducing to 19ft (5.80m) x 19ft 5 (5.93m) reducing to 7ft 7 (2.33m) southerly aspect garden with wooden doors leading out onto Craneswater Avenue with potential for off road parking in garden, wooden planter, outside tap, double glazed door leading to storage cupboard, side fixed bike shed.
NB: AGENTS NOTES an internal inspection is highly recommended to appreciate the size, layout and finish of this well-proportioned four bedroom, two/three reception room family home situated in requested Craneswater location.
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