Guide Price at £395,000 to £415,000
An attractive 3 bedroom & 2 bathroom semi-detached house situated on an extremely popular road in Fulwood. Built around 1908 and extended later, offering deceptively spacious accommodation with a basement extension and conversion, and a generous size occasional attic room with scope for full conversion, subject to any necessary consents. Benefits from gas central heating run from a combination boiler, double glazing and a security alarm. Attractive outlook. Freehold.
On the ground floor, there is an entrance lobby leading into a reception hall with stairs rising to the first floor. The front, bay window lounge has a light and airy feel, with neutral decorative tones, a laminate floor and a focal, cast iron coal effect gas fire, with a tiled hearth and exposed brickwork to the chimney breast. The dining kitchen has a range of fitted units, finished with splash-back tiling, a laminate floor and a focal fire and surround. Included within the sale is an integrated oven, hob and extractor, along with a built-in dishwasher. The dining kitchen again has a light and airy feel, space for a table and chairs, a rear window with attractive views and a doorway into an off-shot utility room. The latter has further fitted units, plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer and space for a fridge freezer. There is a quarry tiled floor, a rear window and side external door onto a balcony with an impressive outlook.
From the kitchen, there are stairs leading down to the lower ground floor, with a lobby, a rear conversion and a front workshop. The rear part was extended numerous years ago, then refurbished in 2008/09, to create a room with neutral tones, two radiators, dual aspect windows and a rear glass door onto the garden. There are a range of quality fitted units with solid wood work-surfaces and a sink unit. A storeroom houses the combination boiler. In addition, there is a modern en-suite with a shower above a smaller size bath, a vanity wash basin and WC. The basement is completed with a front workshop, beneath the lounge and hallway, with scope for further conversion, subject to consents.
On the first floor, there are two bedrooms, the front being a double room with fitted wardrobes, the rear having a New York style high ceiling with a ladder to a mezzanine. The bathroom has a modern white suite with a shower above the bath, modern fitted units with a wash basin and WC, finished with splash-back tiling. Steps provide access from the landing to an occasional attic room/s, generous in size with dual aspect windows and two radiators. There is potential to convert, subject to consents.
Outside, there is a front garden with an array of planting. A shared passage with a gate leads into a rear garden with planted borders including herb beds, a decked terrace and a spiral staircase to the balcony.
Tom Lane is a popular tree-lined road, well-placed for highly regarded local schools, shops and amenities, recreational facilities, public transport and access to the city centre, hospitals, universities and the Peak District.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||2.6%||£232,500||3.5||0.3|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£256,809 (11)||£280,796 (50)||£488,460 (26)||£548,425 (16)|
|Flats||£109,532 (11)||£220,710 (21)||£261,990 (5)||£462,500 (2)||-|
|All||£109,532 (11)||£233,119 (32)||£279,086 (55)||£486,605 (28)||£548,425 (16)|