Guide Price at £350,000 to £370,000.
A lovely stone built 3 bedroom semi-detached house commanding an enviable position overlooking Woodland and Ranmoor beyond. Beautifully presented accommodation on two floors with a conservatory extension, a fitted kitchen with integrated appliances and a modern shower room. Retains period features with complementary modern touches, creating a stylish and homely feel. Benefits from gas central heating run off a combination boiler, double glazing, a security alarm, and CCTV. Basement with scope for conversion, along with potential to extend the rear of the property, both subject to any necessary consents. South-east facing lawned garden with panoramic views of the countryside. Carpets included. Freehold.
On the ground floor, there is a reception hall with a glazed panel entrance door and window besides, creating a light and airy feel. The hallway retains period features complemented by a wood effect floor and a panel staircase with a door to the basement beneath. The front lounge is a lovely room with a high ceiling, a polished wood floor, a bay window with a woodland outlook, and a focal coal effect gas fire with a Victorian inset and a fire surround. There is a fitted unit to one alcove. The dining room is larger in size, having an open plan design into a rear conservatory with a south-east facing aspect. The dining area has a wood effect floor and a focal open fire within a brick surround. The conservatory is constructed with uPVC double glazing including a glass roof and French doors onto a patio and is finished with a tiled floor. The kitchen adjoins the dining room and has a range of fitted units, finished with a stone tiled floor and stone splash-back tiling with concealed lighting. Included within the sale is an integrated double oven, a microwave oven, a hob, extractor, dishwasher, washing machine, fridge, and freezer. A rear window and glass panel door look onto the garden.
On the first floor, there is a landing, three bedrooms and a shower room. The landing has a ceiling hatch to the loft. There are two well-presented double bedrooms, both with fitted furniture, the front having a woodland outlook, the rear looking onto the garden. In 2018, the rear bedroom was taken back to the brick, re-plastered and decorated. The third bedroom is larger than many third bedrooms, with fitted wardrobes. There is the potential to extend the kitchen and third bedroom if required, subject to consents. The shower room, previously a bathroom, has been refurbished in recent years, having a modern suite with a shower enclosure, a vanity wash basin, WC, stylish tiling, and a heated towel rail. A bath could be fitted if required.
The accommodation is completed with a cellar head, housing an Ideal combination boiler, which was installed in 2018. Steps lead down to a storage cellar with scope for conversion.
Outside, there is a terraced front garden with plants and a flagged terrace to sit out and take in the view. Steps rise to the front entrance door. There is gated access to the side, leading into a south-east facing rear garden. The garden is larger than usual, mainly lawned, with hedging, a flagged patio, seating terraces to take in the views, and a stone built outside WC.
Number 429 is well-placed for local shops and amenities, highly regarded local schools, recreational facilities including Bingham Park, 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||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)|