A three bedroom mid terrace single bay and forecourt house situated close to Bransbury Park, Eastney Road shops and Eastney Seafront having the benefit of an open plan through lounge/dining room and the added benefit of a downstairs bathroom and an upstairs shower room.  The property has recently been redecorated throughout and re-carpeted by the current owners.

  • Entrance hall
  • Through lounge/dining room
  • Side aspect kitchen
  • Downstairs bathroom
  • Three bedrooms
  • Upstairs shower room
  • Gas heating
  • Double glazing
  • Enclosed rear garden
  • Close to Bransbury Park, Eastney Road shops and Eastney seafront
  • Vacant possession


ENTRANCE HALL via panel effect wood grain front door with frosted single glazed fanlight over, period skirting boards, dado rail, coving and decorative plaster arches, period panelled doors to all rooms with brushed steel effect furniture, central heating room thermostat, single panelled radiator, frosted leadlight feature coloured glazed borrowed light from dining room, door to rear garden, understairs storage cupboard housing gas and electric meters.

THROUGH LOUNGE/DINING ROOM Lounge area 11ft 10 (3.62m) x 10ft 10 (3.31m) plus southerly front aspect double glazed bay window, central chimney breast with wooden mantle and surround, electric built-in fire, adjacent built-in storage cupboards either side of chimney breast, eyelevel book shelves, single panelled radiator, telephone point, coved and plain plastered ceiling, archway leading through to dining area 11ft 10 (3.62m) x 10ft 10 (3.30m) rear aspect room overlooking side storage area via double glazed window, single panelled radiator, feature leadlight coloured glazed borrowed light window from entrance hall, coved and plain plastered ceiling.

KITCHEN 10ft 6 (3.21m) x 9ft 4 (2.86m) side aspect room via double glazed window, kitchen comprising panel effect units with brushed steel effect furniture, one and half bowl stainless steel inset sink unit with chrome monobloc swan neck mixer tap over, wood block effect work surfaces with tiled splashback, range of storage cupboards and drawers under, further range of matching eyelevel storage cupboards with under and over pelmets, cupboard concealing boiler, space for washing machine, space for freestanding fridge/freezer, built-in electric oven with four ring gas hob and brushed steel cooker hood over, single panelled radiator, wood grain effect flooring, archway leading through to rear lobby area.

REAR LOBBY AREA  with frosted side aspect double glazed window, double glazed door leading out onto rear garden, period style panelled door to bathroom, wood grain effect flooring.

BATHROOM 7ft 9 (2.37m) x 6ft 6 (1.98m) rear aspect room via double glazed window, white three piece suite comprising tongue and grooved panel enclosed pressed steel bath with chrome bath/shower mixer over, stone effect tiled surround, close coupled w.c with concealed cistern with wood grain effect work surface over, adjacent ceramic wash hand basin with chrome taps, wood grain effect panelled storage cupboards below with chrome furniture, further adjacent wood grain effect work surfaces and glazed storage shelf, stone effect tiled splashback, single panelled radiator, ceramic floor tiles, extractor fan.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING via return staircase with banister, carved spindles and newel post, side aspect period feature sash window, plain plastered ceiling, access to roof space, period style panelled doors to all rooms with brushed steel effect furniture, period dado rail, access to roof space.

BEDROOM 1 12ft 10 (3.93m) x 11ft 10 (3.62m) (measurements taken to built-in wardrobes) front aspect room via double glazed window, central chimney breast with his and hers built-in double wardrobes either side of chimney breast with storage drawers below, single panelled radiator, period picture rail and dado rail, plain plastered ceiling, television point.

BEDROOM 2 11ft 10 (3.61m) x 10ft 8 (3.27m) reducing to 9ft 7 (2.93m) rear aspect room via double glazed window overlooking rear gardens, single panelled radiator, central chimney breast with adjacent period built-in wardrobe with storage drawer below, plain plastered ceiling, television point.

BEDROOM 3 9ft 4 (2.85m) x 7ft 4 (2.25m) (incorporating airing cupboard with lagged cylinder), rear aspect room via double glazed window overlooking rear gardens, single panelled radiator, plain plastered ceiling.

SHOWER ROOM 6ft (1.83m) x 3ft 7 (1.10m) white three piece suite comprising corner shower cubicle with two tiled walls, glazed curved door/screen, electric shower mixer, close coupled w.c., pedestal wash hand basin with chrome monobloc mixer tap and pop-up waste, tiled splashback, chrome towel rail/radiator, side aspect double glazed window, vinyl flooring, plain plastered ceiling.

OUTSIDE to the front of the property there is a forecourt approach with security lights, to the rear of the property there is an enclosed garden approximately 25ft 3 (7.70m) x 14ft 8 (4.48m) paved central patio area with further coloured stone area, flower border with mature trees, side storage area, outside tap.

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