A three bedroom three reception room period single bay and forecourt house with period features throughout situated close to Milton Park and Eastney Road shops.
- Entrance hall with period leadlight front door
- Front aspect lounge with period fireplace
- Dining room with dresser and leadlight windows
- Breakfast room
- Rear aspect pine kitchen
- Three bedrooms
- White three piece upstairs bathroom suite
- Mostly double glazed
- Enclosed rear garden
- Period features throughout
- Internal inspection recommended
- No forward Chain
ENTRANCE HALL via period part panelled part frosted leadlight coloured glazed front door with adjacent frosted leadlight coloured glazed window, single glazed fanlight over, understairs period panelling, period staircase rising to first floor with natural wood banister, carved spindles and newel post, period skirting boards, dado rail, picture rail and ceiling coving, period panelled doors with brass furniture to all rooms, telephone point, understairs cloaks area, understairs storage cupboard housing gas and electric meters.
LOUNGE 12ft 5 (3.80m) x 12ft 6 (3.83m) plus front aspect double glazed bay window, central chimney breast with decorative feature wooden mantle and surround, cast iron back and grate, tiled hearth, period skirting boards, picture rail, coving and decorative ceiling rose, single panelled radiator.
DINING ROOM 15ft 6 (4.72m) x 9ft 2 (2.79m) rear aspect room via natural wood period part panelled part single glazed door leading through to rear lean to/conservatory with adjacent period frosted leadlight coloured glazed windows, matching period frosted leadlight coloured glazed fanlights over, adjacent double glazed window overlooking rear garden, central chimney breast with period cast iron mantle, decorative surround, cast iron grate and tiled hearth, adjacent period natural wood stripped dresser unit with eyelevel glazed display cupboards, central mirror, storage shelf and bureau below with storage cupboards with panelled doors, single panelled radiator, period skirting boards, picture rail, coving and decorative ceiling rose.
BREAKFAST ROOM 12ft (3.66m) x 9ft (3.75m) rear aspect room via double glazed window overlooking rear garden, single panelled radiator, central chimney breast with period wooden mantle and surround, wooden shelf, tiled back and tiled hearth, adjacent eyelevel period display cupboard, natural wood floorboards, period skirting boards, picture rail, plain plastered ceiling, period panelled door leading through to kitchen.
KITCHEN 12ft 4 (3.77m) max. x 8ft (2.43m) reducing to 4ft 9 (1.45m) (measurements approximate due to irregular shape of room, rear aspect double glazed picture window overlooking rear garden, kitchen comprising pine wood grain panel effect units with wooden furniture, one and half bowl stainless steel inset sink unit with swan neck mixer tap over, roll edge work surfaces with tiled splashback, range of storage cupboards and drawers under, further range of matching eyelevel storage cupboards and end display shelves, space for washing machine, space for range cooker with range cooker hood over, part panelled part single glazed door with adjacent single glazed windows leading out onto rear garden.
LEAN TO/CONSERVATORY accessed via dining room approximately 10ft 2 (3.11m) x 5ft 1 (1.55m) part panelled part single glazed door with adjacent frosted single glazed windows, glass roof.
FIRST FLOOR GALLERIED LANDING with period natural wood banister, carved spindles and newel post, period panelled doors with brass furniture to all rooms, period skirting boards, dado rail, part panelled part frosted period glazed door to bathroom with frosted fanlight over.
BEDROOM 1 12ft 5 (3.80m) x 12ft 7 (3.86m) reducing to 11ft 4 (3.47m) front aspect room via double glazed westerly facing window overlooking Milton Park Avenue and views towards Milton Park, central chimney breast with adjacent period built-in wardrobe with mirror fronted door, storage drawer below, period skirting boards, picture rail and ceiling coving, plain plastered ceiling, single panelled radiator.
BEDROOM 2 15ft 5 (4.71m) x 9ft 2 (2.81m) reducing to 8ft (4.45m) easterly facing rear aspect room via double glazed window overlooking rear gardens, central chimney breast with adjacent period built-in wardrobe with panelled door and storage drawer below, single panelled radiator, period skirting boards, picture rail and plain plastered ceiling.
BEDROOM 3 12ft (3.66m) x 8ft 10 (2.70m) rear aspect room via easterly facing double glazed window overlooking rear garden, corner chimney breast, single panelled radiator, cupboard housing space for boiler, period skirting boards and picture, plain plastered ceiling.
BATHROOM 6ft (1.88m) x 5ft 8 (1.73m) westerly facing front aspect room via frosted double glazed window overlooking Park Avenue with views towards Milton Park, three piece suite comprising tongue and groove panelled enclosed bath with tiled surround, chrome bath/shower mixer, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome taps and tiled splashback, close coupled w.c., single panelled radiator, natural wood exposed floorboards, plain plastered ceiling, access to roof space.
OUTSIDE to the front of the property there is a period tiled flooring with period decorative rope edging stones to flower borders with mature shrubs, courtesy canopy. To the rear of the property there is an enclosed easterly facing rear garden.
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