A good sized three bedroom three reception room period corner property with period features throughout and having been sympathetically modernised and improved by the current owner including four piece bathroom suite and kitchen/breakfast room.  The property also has the benefit of three good sized cellar storage rooms.

  • Entrance hall with period staircase
  • Front aspect lounge with feature fireplace
  • Side aspect snug
  • Open plan refitted kitchen/breakfast room
  • Lean to/utility room
  • Three double bedrooms
  • Four piece refitted bathroom suite
  • Three cellar rooms
  • GCH & DG
  • Enclosed courtyard garden
  • Period features throughout

ACCOMMODATION

ENTRANCE HALL via period style panelled front door with adjacent leadlight coloured double glazed windows with matching leadlight coloured double glazed fanlight over, period staircase rising to first floor with banister, carved spindles and newel post, understairs panelling, exposed natural wood period floorboards throughout entrance hall, period skirting boards, dado rail, picture rail, decorative coving and ceiling rose, natural wood period panelled doors to lounge and kitchen/breakfast room, part panelled part frosted natural wood glazed door to snug, feature roll top radiator with chrome fittings, chrome feature period style light switches, smoke detector, period door furniture.

CELLAR ROOMS

ROOM 1 (with restrictive head height throughout cellar) 12ft 7 (3.85m) x 10ft 7 (3.22m)

ROOM 2 14ft 4 (4.38m) x 9ft 8 (2.96m)

ROOM 3 14ft 3 (4.36m) x 6ft 8 (2.50m) plus cellar entrance area, light points, boiler supplying central heating and hot water.

SITTING ROOM 13ft (3.97m) x 14ft 7 (4.45m) plus front aspect double glazed westerly facing bay window approximately 6ft 4 (1.95m) x 2ft 6 (0.76m) central chimney breast with period decorative slate mantle and surround, decorative tiled inserts, tiled hearth, cast iron grate (we are advised by the vendor that the fireplace is open), exposed natural wood period floorboards, period skirting boards, picture rail, coving and decorative ceiling, two feature roll top radiators, television point, integrated bay window shutters, telephone point.

SNUG 11ft 5 (3.48m) x 9ft 9 (2.97m) side aspect room via double glazed windows, period skirting boards, picture rail, coving and decorative ceiling rose.

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 20ft 8 (6.30m) reducing to 6ft 7 (2.02m) x 14ft 6 (4.44m) reducing to 10ft 6 (3.21m) refitted open plan shaker design panel effect kitchen with steel furniture, marble effect work surfaces throughout with integrated drainer next to ceramic ‘Butler’ sink with brushed steel swan neck monobloc mixer tap over, range of storage cupboards and drawers under with slow closing mechanism, cutlery drawer, pan drawers, integrated fridge/freezer, further range of matching eyelevel storage cupboards with under and over pelmets, built-in double brushed steel AEG electric oven and separate grill, adjacent AEG gas hob with glass surround and brushed steel cooker hood over, contemporary style rectangular wall tiles to splashback to work surfaces, integrated dishwasher with adjacent integrated wine cooler, integrated fridge/freezer, feature period style roll top radiator with adjacent double glazed window, period style part panelled part frosted single glazed stable door leading to side storage area and rear garden with single glazed fanlight over, exposed natural wood period floorboards throughout kitchen area, plain plastered ceiling with inset ceiling spotlights, period style chrome light points and power point within kitchen with integrated USB chargers, kitchen area opening onto breakfast area with breakfast bar from kitchen, natural wood period exposed floorboards, feature chimney breast with period mantle and surround, cast iron back with decorative tiled inserts, cast iron grate and slate hearth, period feature corner dresser unit with natural wood eyelevel glazed display doors, period decorative crown over, natural wood period panelled doors below to storage cupboards, feature roll top radiator, period style skirting boards, coving and decorative ceiling rose, double glazed side aspect windows, natural wood period part panelled part coloured single glazed door to lean to/utility room.

LEAN TO/UTILITY ROOM 7ft 7 (2.33m) x 4ft 5 (1.36m) rear aspect room via part panelled part double glazed door with adjacent period single glazed casement windows, period tiled flooring, space for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, storage shelves, double glazed polycarbonate roof.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING split level return staircase with period skirting boards, dado rail, picture rail, access to roof space, side aspect double glazed landing window, period style roll top radiator, natural wood period panelled doors to all rooms with period furniture, to the bathroom there is natural wood part panelled part frosted coloured glazed door.

BEDROOM 1 14ft 8 (4.48m) x 13ft 2 (4.02m) plus front aspect westerly facing double glazed bay window approximately 6ft 5 (1.97m) x 2ft 4 (0.72m) front aspect room with westerly orientation, central chimney breast with natural wood period mantle and surround, cast iron grate, tiled back, period style skirting boards, picture rail and ceiling coving, feature roll top radiator.

BEDROOM 2 11ft 5 (3.50m) x 10ft (3.05m) reducing to 8ft 8 (2.65m) side aspect room via double glazed windows, chimney breast with period decorative cast iron mantle and decorative surround, cast iron grate, adjacent period built-in wardrobe via panelled doors, storage drawer below, feature roll top radiator, period skirting boards and picture rail.

BEDROOM 3 12ft 8 (3.87m) x 10ft 5 (3.91m) dual side and rear aspect room via double glazed windows, feature period built-in dresser unit with storage drawers, panelled storage drawers below with shelf and period furniture, adjacent period built-in wardrobe via panelled doors, feature roll top radiator, telephone point, chimney breast with period wooden mantle and surround, tiled back, period skirting boards, picture rail.

BATHROOM 11ft 1 (3.38m) x 6ft 9 (2.06m) refitted luxury four piece bathroom suite comprising original cast iron refurbished roll top ball and claw bath with reclaimed brass bath taps, period style close coupled w.c., period style wash hand basin with chrome monobloc mixer tap and pop-up waste, blue bevel edged tiled splashback, corner shower cubicle with two bevel edged blue tiled walls, glazed doors/screen, chrome shower mixer with separate hand held shower head and principle chrome sunflower shower head over, tiled period style flooring, period skirting boards, plain plastered ceiling with inset ceiling spotlights, extractor fan.

OUTSIDE to the front of the property there is a forecourt, to the rear of the property there is an enclosed courtyard garden, side storage area, flower borders, side wooden gate.

NB: AGENTS NOTES an internal inspection is highly recommended to appreciate the size, layout and flexible accommodation that this period corner double bay house has to offer that has been modernised and sympathetically improved with a mixture of modern contemporary fittings within the kitchen and bathroom.  The property is an ideal family home situated close to Winter Road shops, Milton Park and access in and out of the city via the Eastern Road.

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