Guide Price at £335,000 to £365,000
A fabulous, extended 3 bedroom detached house with an ultra-stylish interior. Built in 1939 and extended at the rear by the previous owners, offering deceptive accommodation on two floors, measuring an impressive 1,489 sq.ft. Beautifully presented with modern decorative tones, designer wall-paper, feature lighting, open plan living space, a modern kitchen and a modern bathroom. Benefits from gas central heating run from a combination boiler, double glazing, cavity wally insulation and a security alarm. Potential to extend to the side to create a four bedroom property if required, subject to consents.
On the ground floor, there is a reception hall, making an immediate positive impression, with a door leading into a front bay window lounge. The lounge has a focal chimney breast with concealed lighting, lovely wall-paper and beech laminate flooring, flowing in an open plan design into a snug, originally the dining room, having a continuation of the decor, a focal chimney breast with a cast iron log burner, and a further wider opening into the dining room. The dining room is an extension across the width of the property, creating a spacious dining and entertaining area with feature lighting and a garden outlook. The dining room leads into a kitchen extension, having lots of windows to two sides, creating a light and airy feel and a connection to a landscaped rear garden. The kitchen has a range of Shaker style units with lighting, incorporating an integrated oven, hob and extractor. The ground floor is completed with two utility rooms, one being positioned in the original kitchen and the other being a side extension. Both have matching Shaker style units and provision for appliances. The dishwasher is included within the sale. One doubles up as a cloakroom with a WC.
On the first floor, there is a landing with innovative storage space and a ceiling hatch to the loft. There are three bedrooms including two double rooms and a single third room. The master is a front bay window room with fashionable wall-paper. The rear double has been skillfully designed to comprise of a double bedroom and a home office/study, which could be used as a dressing room if required. The third, front bedroom has raised storage like the landing. The bathroom has been refurbished with a modern white suite, complemented by stylish tiling and a concrete effect floor finish. There is a separate WC.
Outside, the property is set back from the road behind a landscaped lawned garden with planting. Double gates open onto a double, side by side block-paved driveway. At the rear, there is a generous size, landscaped garden with lawns, planted borders, a flagged patio, decked terrace, shed, and privet hedging to provide privacy.
Hemper Lane is well-placed for local shops and amenities, local schools, recreational facilities and access links to the city centre, motorways, Dore Train Station, the hospitals, universities and the Peak District.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||3.7%||£159,994||2.9||1.3|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£170,000 (2)||£166,338 (26)||£199,105 (137)||£306,492 (30)||£456,250 (4)|
|Flats||£84,921 (14)||£117,639 (28)||£116,665 (3)||-||-|
|All||£95,556 (16)||£141,087 (54)||£197,339 (140)||£306,492 (30)||£456,250 (4)|