Viewings are now closed following A high level of interest now received on this property
Guide Price at £325,000 to £350,000
A fabulous, extended and beautifully presented 3 bedroom end terrace property with a driveway and a lovely south-west facing lawned garden. Built in the 1930’s, retaining period features, complemented by a ground floor rear family room extension in 2012, a spacious modern fitted kitchen and a white bathroom suite. Stylish decor throughout with features including a log burner in the lounge, bi-folding doors onto the rear garden, and a summerhouse. Benefits from gas central heating run from a combination boiler, double glazing, and a security alarm. Super location for highly regarded schools. Freehold. No chain.
On the ground floor, there a reception hall with Farrow & Ball decorative tones, sympathetic tiling to the floor near the entrance door, and an under-stair cloakroom with a modern, white, WC and wash basin. A cupboard houses the Worcester combination boiler. The front lounge is a lovely reception room, retaining period features, with popular decorative tones, a polished wood floor and a focal log burner. A front bay window creates a light and airy feel and fitted cabinets and shelving to both alcoves creates a homely feel. The original dining room and kitchen is now a larger size kitchen with an extensive range of modern, white, gloss fronted units. There are three electric kickboard heaters and granite effect work-surfaces with matching splash-backs. Included within the sale is an integrated oven, a gas hob, extractor and the dishwasher. There is plumbing for a washing machine and space for a fridge freezer. A tiled floor flows through an opening into a family room extension, adding valuable space, with two side windows, bi-folding doors onto the rear garden, which has a south-west facing aspect. The adjoining decked terrace creates an ideal setting for everyday use and entertaining.
On the first floor, there are two well-presented double bedrooms, a third single bedroom with feature wallpaper, and a bathroom having a white suite with a shower above the bath, a wash basin, WC, tiled walls, and a cushioned tiled effect floor. On the landing, there is a ceiling hatch with a pull-down ladder, providing access to a loft, offering some scope for conversion, subject to any necessary consents.
Outside, there is a front garden with planting, a driveway for one vehicle, and gated access to the side. At the rear, there is an impressive south-west facing garden with a decked terrace, a lawn, planted borders with railway sleepers, an apple tree, hedges to the sides for privacy, and a path to the summerhouse. The summerhouse is a generous size, carpeted, with power and an internet connection. The adjoining shed is included.
Trap Lane is an extremely popular road, well-placed for local shops and amenities, highly regarded local schools, recreational facilities, public transport, and access links to the city centre, hospitals, universities, and the Peak District.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||8.2%||£296,244||4.4||1.8|
|Block of flats||1%||£175,000||0||0|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£190,000 (1)||£247,500 (4)||£275,173 (28)||£429,059 (16)||£659,993 (7)|
|Flats||£95,025 (16)||£211,612 (13)||£599,650 (3)||-||-|
|All||£100,612 (17)||£220,056 (17)||£306,574 (31)||£429,059 (16)||£659,993 (7)|