Guide Price at £350,000 to £375,000.
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A fabulous 1930’s brick built 3 bedroom semi-detached house with a beautiful interior. Occupying a wider plot on a popular cul-de-sac, improved by the present owners to offer a stylish interior over two floors. Features include a stunning open plan dining kitchen with bi-folding doors onto a lovely, lawned garden, designer wallpaper and modern decorative tones, a lounge with a focal log burner, a modern bathroom, a gated driveway, and a garage. Benefits from gas central heating run from a combination boiler, double glazing, and a security alarm. There is the potential to convert the loft and extend, subject to any necessary consents. The sellers have plans for a loft conversion, which will be made available to interested parties. No chain. Freehold.
On the ground floor, there is a reception hall making an immediate positive impression, having panel walls finished with Farrow & Ball decorative tones, period features, and a parquet wood effect floor, which flows in open plan design into an open plan dining kitchen. The front bay window lounge has neutral decorative tones, a light and airy feel, finished with a focal log burner and fitted units and shelving to the alcoves. The rear section of the ground floor has been re-configured to create an open plan living kitchen, acting as the hub of the home. The works were undertaken in 2017 and included a new kitchen with a range of grey coloured Shaker style fitted units, finished with quartz work-surfaces, matching splash-backs, and a breakfast bar. There is kickboard lighting, a pot sink, and a useful under-stair pantry with tiling and shelving. Included within the sale is an integrated Neff oven, a gas hob with an extractor above and a built-in dishwasher. Also included is a freestanding washing machine and a fridge freezer. The dining area has space for a table and chairs and bi-folding doors onto the garden.
On the first floor, there are two double bedrooms, a larger than average size third bedroom and a beautiful bathroom. The front double bedroom has designer wallpaper, fitted wardrobes and a bay window. The rear double room has neutral tones and a cupboard housing the Ideal combination boiler, which was installed in 2017. The third, front bedroom, is a larger size single room or a smaller double room with a cupboard above the stairs. The bathroom was refurbished in 2017 with a new white suite including a shower over the bath with a glass screen, a vanity wash basin, WC, brick shaped splash-back tiling and a period tiled effect floor. Dual aspect windows create a light and airy feel. There are a range of fitted storage units and shelving. A ceiling hatch with a ladder provides access to the loft, with plans for a conversion.
Outside, there is a lawned front garden with planted borders. Double gates open onto a flagged driveway for two vehicles, in turn leading into a single garage. A side gate provides access to a brick store, adjoining the garage, and a shed, both with power. The rear garden has a lawn, a flagged patio, and mature borders and screening for privacy, ideal for everyday use and entertaining.
Embankment Road gives you a cul-de-sac location, well-placed for local shops and amenities in Broomhill and Crookes, highly regarded schools, recreational facilities, public transport and access to the hospitals, universities, city centre, and the Peak District.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||2.6%||£159,950||2||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£135,000 (1)||£203,878 (9)||£271,471 (17)||£486,407 (7)||£597,778 (9)|
|Flats||£107,489 (14)||£199,667 (15)||£258,000 (5)||-||-|
|All||£109,323 (15)||£201,246 (24)||£268,409 (22)||£486,407 (7)||£597,778 (9)|