A spacious, extended 3 bedroom detached bungalow, built in the 1920’s, set within beautiful lawned gardens. Well-proportioned with a ground floor rear extension, having gas central heating run from a combination boiler, majority double glazing and a security alarm. Requires general improvement and updating and offers excellent potential to create a beautiful bungalow with nearby facilities, or even a larger project to create a dormer bungalow or a family house, subject to any necessary consents. No chain.
In brief, the accommodation includes an entrance lobby with a quarry tiled floor, leading into a generous size reception hall. A ceiling hatch provides access to the loft, offering scope for a conversion. There may also be the potential to develop upwards to create a house, all subject to consents. The lounge measures and impressive 20' x 18'10 with a high ceiling, dual aspect windows and a focal electric fire and stone surround. The dining kitchen has fitted units, a gas cooker with a hob, which is included within the sale, along with provision for other appliances. Dual aspect windows create a light and airy feel. Off the kitchen is a useful pantry as well as a door into a lean-to lobby with uPVC double glazing, and a door into a storeroom, which houses the combination boiler.
The master bedroom has been extended at the rear, with patio doors onto the garden. The fitted furniture is included within the sale. There are an additional two bedrooms, offering some versatility if you do not need three bedrooms. The front double room has dual aspect windows including a front bay. The middle room has a side window, fitted wardrobes and a vanity wash basin. The accommodation is completed with a bathroom, having a bath, a separate shower enclosure and a vanity wash basin. An adjoining cloakroom has a WC.
Outside, the bungalow is set back from the road, set behind an immaculate lawned front garden, with well-stocked borders to provide seasonal colour, finished with block-paved paths leading to the front entrance door. A concrete, cobbled effect driveway has double gates and extends to the bottom of the rear garden, where there is a double garage, hence providing ample off-street car parking. Adjoining the garage is a shed. Both the garage and the shed have mains power. At the rear, is another beautiful lawned garden, with planted borders and patios.
Number 192 Abbey Lane is well-placed for local shops and amenities on Hutcliffe Wood Road or in Millhouses and Woodseats, local schools, 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||6.5%||£167,050||2.5||0.8|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£174,203 (17)||£218,514 (59)||£339,000 (20)||£409,167 (6)|
|Flats||£82,143 (7)||£118,867 (9)||£194,113 (4)||£300,000 (1)||-|
|All||£82,143 (7)||£155,048 (26)||£216,965 (63)||£337,143 (21)||£409,167 (6)|