Guide Price at £450,000 to £475,000.
A generous size, extended, two double bedroom detached bungalow with a south facing rear aspect and an attractive outlook. Well designed with features including two reception rooms, an extended master bedroom, a larger size bathroom, and a spacious loft with scope for conversion, subject to any necessary consents. Benefits from gas warm air heating, double glazing, and a security alarm. May suit some modernisation. Commands an enviable position with gardens to three sides, a double side-by-side driveway, and a larger garage with an electric door. Carpets included. No chain. Freehold.
Double entrance doors open into a reception hall, making an immediate positive impression, having a double cloaks cupboard, an adjoining unit housing a Johnson and Starley gas warm air boiler, and a ceiling hatch with a pull-down ladder to the loft. The loft extends across the width of the property, which will appeal to the family market, as there is ample room for two bedrooms and a bathroom, subject to consents. Off the reception hall, there is a cloakroom with a wash basin and a WC. The lounge is a lovely, light, and airy room with rear windows and patio doors, opening onto a south facing terrace, with a pleasant outlook. There is a focal gas fire and surround, and an archway into the dining room, with a front window. The dining room adjoins a fitted kitchen with base and wall units. Included within the sale is an integrated oven, a grill, a hob with an extractor above, and a built-in fridge and freezer. There is plumbing for a washing machine. A door leads into the integral garage.
Both bedrooms are positioned at one end of the bungalow. The master bedroom was extended many years ago, offering a generous size room with fitted wardrobes, dual aspect windows and a wash basin. The second bedroom has a double fitted wardrobe and overlooks a lawned side garden. The bathroom is a lovely size with a bath, a separate double shower enclosure, a wash basin, WC, and bidet.
Outside, there is a lawned front garden, extending to the side, with well-stocked borders, and a path into a lawned, south facing rear garden. Adjoining the lounge is a flagged terrace. At the front, there is a block-paved side-by side driveway, leading into a larger size garage, with an electric door, power, and lighting.
Silverdale Glade is a popular cul-de-sac well-served by local shops and amenities, highly regarded schools, Ecclesall Woods and Millhouses Park, further recreational facilities, public transport, and access to the city centre, hospitals, universities, Dore Train Station, 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)|