Only once in your life does an opportunity to purchase a property like The Laurels come along. Built in the 1930's and surprisingly modest in its accommodation, the real star is the stunning idyl that is the generous garden to the rear. Offering huge potential for further development (subject to necessary permissions) or equally for the green fingered homeowner.
The property features many original features including: Coloured leaded glazing, ceiling coving, tiling and Bakelite handles. Stone-built, the grand entrance is framed by Doric columns. The accommodation comprises: A wood panelled entrance hallway. To the left is a spacious through lounge with views of the garden. From the lounge is the dining room which also overlooks the garden. To the other side a hallway provides access to the rear garden and a fitted kitchen with large deep pantry. The first floor landing has a beautiful curved wooden banister and leads to: Two spacious double bedrooms, a single bedroom, a bathroom and separate w.c.. To one side of the property is a useful annexe. To the other a garage with up and over door. Outside to the front of the property is a spacious driveway providing ample off street parking. An additional piece of land has a pathway to St. Anns Lane.
The impressive rear garden is a secluded oasis. Surrounded by trees beyond the boundary the garden is packed with fuchsia and roses. A gardeners delight. For the developer the garden offers excellent potential for development subject to necessary permissions.
Offered with vacant possession and no onward chain.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|Block of flats||1.9%||£250,000||2||2|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£110,000 (1)||£151,945 (10)||£180,057 (14)||£290,990 (5)||£202,857 (7)|
|Flats||-||£174,890 (5)||£145,000 (2)||-||-|
|All||£110,000 (1)||£159,593 (15)||£175,675 (16)||£290,990 (5)||£202,857 (7)|