Magenta Estate Agents showcase an impeccably-presented period home with sizeable, double-width plot, located within strolling distance of the local primary, junior and secondary schools. (cont'd...)
Magenta Estate Agents showcase an impeccably-presented period home with sizeable, double-width plot, located within strolling distance of the local primary, junior and secondary schools. The generous floor plan encompasses a hall, separate living and dining rooms, versatile and spacious family room, inner hall, guest WC, kitchen, landing, two double bedrooms and large bathroom. The icing on the cake is the superb rear garden, the ideal retreat in which to relax, play, entertain, grow vegetables – any or all! There is no shortage of storage either, thanks to the workshop and two timber sheds, all with power connected. We look forward to arranging your viewing.
Enter the property to the front aspect via a uPVC obscure double-glazed door with uPVC obscure double-glazed toplight. The hall comprises dado rail, ceiling arch, stairs rising to the first-floor landing, radiator and a door leading to the dining room.
A lovely reception room which not only enjoys plenty of natural light, but also features an attractive fireplace with tiled hearth and ornate wooden fire surround. The room also enjoys ceiling coving, statement wallpapered chimney breast, radiator, uPVC double-glazed bay window to the front aspect, door leading to:
The well-proportioned dining room affords ceiling coving, feature wallpapered chimney breast, radiator, uPVC double-glazed window to the side aspect, open-plan to:
The perfect room in which to curl up with a good book, enjoy playing with your children, or entertain guests. Flooded with natural light, this superb and spacious reception room comprises a feature wall, ceiling coving, useful understairs storage cupboard, radiator, uPVC double-glazed window to the side aspect, and rear-aspect uPVC double-glazed French doors which allow easy access to the rear garden. Open-plan to:
With a tiled floor and doors leading to the kitchen and cloakroom.
Fitted with a low-level WC, tiled floor, uPVC obscure double-glazed window to the side aspect.
The kitchen is fitted with a traditional range of cream wall and base units with laminate work surfaces over, further comprising a 1.5 bowl ceramic sink and drainer unit with mixer tap over, complementary tiling to splashbacks, built-in double oven, built-in gas hob, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space for tall fridge/freezer, tumble dryer, wall-mounted combination boiler, feature exposed wooden ceiling beam, uPVC double-glazed windows to the side and rear aspects, uPVC double-glazed door to the side aspect leading to the rear garden.
With access to the loft space, built-in airing cupboard with fitted shelving, dado rail, all communicating doors to:
A light and airy double bedroom enjoying a feature wall, ceiling coving, radiator and two uPVC double-glazed windows to the front aspect.
Another double bedroom with a feature wall, ceiling coving, radiator and uPVC double-glazed window to the rear aspect.
Of an excellent size, the bathroom is fitted with a traditional white suite comprising a panelled bath with bath shower mixer over, low-level WC and pedestal wash-hand basin, complementary wall tiling to the bath area, feature half-height painted wooden panelling to the remainder of the walls, tile-effect laminate flooring, radiator, uPVC obscure double-glazed window to the rear aspect.
Enclosed by low-level brick walling, the front garden enjoys access to the rear garden via a wooden gate located to the side of the property. The front door is accessed via a footpath which leads to the integral porch with original tiled floor.
Awash with the colour and heady fragrance of summer blooms, the rear garden is the ideal retreat in which to either relax, play, entertain, grow vegetables – or all of those! Exiting the family room via French doors, step out onto a grey-slated area beyond which is an excellent-sized paved patio with room aplenty for outdoor dining. In one corner of the patio, there is a brick-built WORKSHOP with power and light connected and a window to the rear. From the patio, walk beneath a wooden pergola to access a lawned garden; mature trees, including fruit trees, afford dappled shade while an eclectic variety of flowers lap up the summer sunshine. Beyond the lawn, is an area for vegetable growing and another patio with two timber sheds both of which offer light and power; the larger has double doors which lead to a storage area.
We understand that the land has the benefit of a right of way with or without vehicles over the accessway at the rear of the property leading from Sackville Street to Harcourt Street. We would advise prospective purchasers have their legal representative verify this information.