Situated on this quiet backwater with a stunning rear southerly facing backdrop backing onto woods is this absolutely immaculate three bedroomed bay windowed Victorian mid terrace home. No 7 has been refurbished with taste and flair from top to bottom with no expense spared and a home of this quality and character is rare to find so an early viewing is highly recommended. UPVC double glazing, gas fired combination central heating boiler, grey cobbled effect concrete parking area, cellar and a fantastic landscaped rear garden with bespoke garden room with bi folding doors and under floor heating. The accommodation comprises; kitchen, dining room / breakfast room, inner lobby, bay windowed sitting room with exposed brick chimney breast and inset multi fuel cast iron stove and doors to the garden. To the first floor, double bedroom one, bedroom two and beautiful bathroom. To the second floor a further double bedroom. Occupying this tranquil setting but within a stones throw of a host of nearby amenities, transport links and having sought after local school catchment.
Composite front entrance door with feature double glazed numerical section opens through in to the
The kitchen has a vaulted ceiling with two high level Velux windows and is fitted with a range of bespoke wall and base units and quartz work surfaces with inset sink with swan neck tap set beneath a front facing UPVC double glazed sash style window. Space and point for a range cooker with Smeg extractor canopy set over, cupboard housing the Vaillant gas fired combination central heating boiler, Karndean flooring, glazed display cabinets and open access to the
A stylishly presented room having a front facing UPVC double glazed sash style window, Karndean flooring, radiator, ample room for table, bespoke built in unit with integrated Smeg microwave oven and built in fridge freezer. Door to the inner lobby and door to the
Having steps down to the single cellar which houses the meters and offers storage.
From the dining room original panelled door opens through in to the
Having radiator, staircase with handrail to one side rises to the first floor and original panelled door opens through in to the
A most elegant reception room that has a rear facing UPVC double glazed bay with twin doors to the landscaped garden. Karndean floor, a further rear UPVC double glazed window, radiator, picture rail and coving to the ceiling. A focal feature to the room is the exposed brick chimney breast with inset multi fuel cast iron stove.
From the inner lobby staircase with handrail rises to the
Having staircase rising to the second floor and panelled doors to all first floor rooms.
A lovely double bedroom having a rear facing UPVC double glazed window with southerly aspect and radiator.
A second bedroom having a front facing UPVC double glazed window and radiator.
With suite in white comprising of pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC and stand alone roll top bath on clawed feet with fixed rain dance style shower head. Tiled floor, part tiled walls, UPVC double glazed obscured window, LED lighting and heated towel rail.
From the first floor landing staircase rises to the
A good sized double bedroom which has two rear facing Velux windows, large eaves access, hatch to loft and radiator.
To the front is a parking area for one vehicle with grey cobble effect printed concrete.
To the rear professionally landscaped southerly facing garden with a paved terrace which can be accessed from the sitting room and has frosted glass to either side, this area offers a lovely area to sit out and entertain. Set beyond is a two tiered paved terrace which offers a great outdoor dining space with level lawn set beyond and timber fencing to both boundaries. To the far end of the garden adjoining the woodland is a fantastic and most versatile garden room which has bi folding doors, lighting, under floor heating and power and offers a great space.
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|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||4%||£252,488||3.6||0.9|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£125,000 (1)||£195,625 (8)||£273,251 (69)||£414,736 (39)||£479,082 (22)|
|Flats||£114,414 (21)||£210,959 (23)||£284,167 (6)||-||-|
|All||£114,895 (22)||£207,002 (31)||£274,124 (75)||£414,736 (39)||£479,082 (22)|