Guide Price at £425,000 to £450,000.
A fabulous, extended 3 double bedroom & 2 bathroom 1930’s semi-detached house. Improved by the present owners to offer a beautiful home, generous in size, offering accommodation over three floors with ground floor extensions to the side and rear. Measures an impressive 1,653 sq.ft. Retains period features complemented by modern fixtures and fittings. Features include a popular open plan extended kitchen with a separate utility room and a WC, two charming reception rooms, and three double bedrooms including a loft bedroom. Benefits from gas central heating with a combination boiler, double glazing, and a security alarm. South-west facing lawned garden. Block-paved driveway. Attractive views. Carpets included.
On the ground floor, there is an entrance lobby with an inner door with feature stained colour glazing, opening into a reception hall, which has a panelled staircase and a modern, grey tiled floor, which flows through most of the ground floor. The front, bay window lounge is a charming reception room, retaining panelling to the walls, with a focal log burner set upon a stone hearth. A front bay window commands an elevated position, creating privacy, natural light, and a pleasant outlook. The original dining room is now used as a family room, offering versatility, with a focal open fire, a continuation of the tiled floor, which flows in open plan design into a rear extension, acting as the hub of the home, ideal for everyday use and entertaining. It has a light and airy feel with rear windows, French doors onto a south-west facing garden, and three Velux windows. The extension has space for a dining table and a sofa and leads in open plan design into the kitchen area, which has a range of fitted units, finished with solid oak worktops, and brick-shaped splash-back tiling. The oven range is included within the sale, as is the extractor and the integrated dishwasher. There is space for a fridge and a separate freezer. Off the kitchen is a pantry, housing the Vaillant combination boiler. The side extension comprises of a utility room and a separate cloakroom with a modern WC and wash basin. The utility room has a further range of fitted kitchen units, a sink, and provision for further appliances.
On the first floor, there are two double bedrooms, a bathroom, a separate shower room, and a separate WC, ideal for families. Both bedrooms are well-presented, the front bedroom having pleasant views. The original third bedroom is now part of the landing with a door and a staircase to a double loft bedroom, generous in size, with two rear Velux windows and a storage cupboard.
Outside, there is a lovely front garden with rose beds, adjoining a block-paved driveway. There is a side storeroom and a gate to the rear of the property, which has a south-west aspect, a lawn, flagged patios to catch the sun at different times of the day, well-stocked planted borders, hedging for privacy, and two sheds, which are included within the sale.
Number 43 is situated towards the top of Montrose Road, well-served by local shops and amenities, 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||1.1%||£250,000||5||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£275,000 (1)||£280,526 (19)||£407,500 (18)||£432,778 (9)|
|Flats||£173,045 (22)||£241,068 (14)||-||-||-|
|All||£173,045 (22)||£243,330 (15)||£280,526 (19)||£407,500 (18)||£432,778 (9)|