Guide Price at £365,000 to £385,000
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. Benefits from gas central heating run from a combination boiler, double glazing and a security alarm. Attractive outlook. Freehold. No chain.
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.
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.
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. There is easy access for enthusiastic walkers, climbers and cyclists to Stanage and also easy access to the Rivelin and Mayfield valleys.
|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)|