Guide Price at £550,000 to £600,000.
A beautifully presented 3 double bedroom extended 1920’s detached house in Whirlow. Improved by the present owners in recent years to provide a stylish, light, and airy interior with a modern kitchen and bathroom, a dining room extension, a conservatory, an occasional attic room, manicured lawned gardens to three sides, a block-paved driveway, and a garage with an electric door. Benefits from gas central heating run from a combination boiler, having had a new boiler in 2020, double glazing with many being new windows within recent years, a new roof covering in 2016 with a 10 year guarantee, and a security alarm. There is potential to extend and convert the loft space, subject to any necessary consents. Carpets included.
A front entrance door opens into a reception hall, having modern decor, feature stained glass windows, a useful under-stair cupboard, and a polished oak floor, which flows into the lounge. The lounge is a generous size with modern tones and a focal Living Flame coal effect gas fire and surround. Dual aspect windows provide light space with an attractive garden outlook. There is potential to extend at the rear of the lounge if required, subject to consents. The dining room was created in the past by an extension, to create a lovely room, ideal for everyday use and entertaining, with access into the kitchen and onto the garden via French doors, onto an Indian Stone flagged terrace. A new kitchen was fitted in 2016, having Shaker style units with granite worktops. A wood effect floor flows through the kitchen into the dining room. Included within the sale is an integrated oven, hob, extractor, dishwasher, fridge, and a freezer. A side door opens into a conservatory with a tiled floor and French doors onto the side garden. An internal door opens into a utility room with plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer.
On the first floor, there is a landing with a side window with coloured stained glazing. There are three well-presented double bedrooms including a bay windowed master bedroom with fitted wardrobes. The rear double bedrooms have a pleasant outlook across the surrounding gardens. Grey carpets, flow through the bedrooms and landing. The bathroom was refurbished in 2016 with a new white suite to include a shower over the bath with a glass screen, a vanity wash basin, WC, finished with stylish tiling. A staircase from the landing rises to an occasional attic room, being decorated with neutral tones, carpeted, and finished with front and rear windows, and two radiators. Access hatches provided further storage space within the roof eaves. There is potential to convert the loft, subject to consents.
Outside, the property commands a corner plot with lawned gardens to three sides, finished with planted borders, flower beds, and Indian Stone flagged paths and terraces. There is a block-paved driveway leading into a garage with a new electric door, power, lighting, and a rear door. There is also an outside WC.
Whirlow Grove is an extremely sought-after road, well-placed for highly regarded schools, Ecclesall Woods, Whirlow Brook Hall, and Millhouses Park, along with local shops and amenities, further recreational facilities, public transport, and access to the city centre, Dore Train Station, the universities, hospitals, and the Peak District.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||2%||£320,000||4||0.7|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£225,000 (1)||£316,667 (3)||£300,104 (48)||£536,304 (23)||£828,846 (13)|
|Flats||£125,421 (19)||£225,853 (34)||£389,375 (8)||-||-|
|All||£130,400 (20)||£233,216 (37)||£312,857 (56)||£536,304 (23)||£828,846 (13)|