Guide Price at £350,000 to £375,000.
A lovely, larger style 3 bedroom terrace house within 100 yards of Endcliffe Park. Light and airy space on three floors with two reception rooms, a double-storey rear off-shot with a kitchen and a bathroom above, along with the benefit of having some of the floorspace above the passageway. Features include a beautiful lounge, a modern kitchen with some integrated appliances, a super bathroom, and an enclosed, end of row, lawned rear garden. Benefits from gas central heating with a combination boiler, supplementary underfloor heating to the bathroom, and double glazing. Carpets included. Fantastic location.
A side entrance door opens into an entrance lobby with stairs rising to the first floor. The front lounge is a light and airy room with in-trend, pale grey coloured walls, complemented by period features, a focal decorative fireplace, and bespoke window shutter blinds to the bay window. The dining room has a continuation of the wood effect flooring, fitted cupboards to one alcove, a glass rear door onto the garden, along with a doorway into the off-shot kitchen. The kitchen has a range of modern, white gloss, fitted units, finished with a tiled floor. One of the wall units houses the Vaillant combination boiler. Included within the sale is an integrated single oven, a dual microwave/oven, and an induction hob with an extractor above. There is plumbing for a washing machine and space for a fridge freezer. The ground floor is completed with a cellar head, off the dining room, with shelving and steps down to a cellar, which has scope for conversion, subject to consents.
On the first floor, there is a generous size front bedroom, having the floorspace over the passageway, a feature wallpapered wall, a closet, and two front windows with shutter blinds. The rear bedroom is larger than the norm, again with feature wallpaper, and a garden outlook. The off-shot bathroom has an impressive modern suite including a freestanding bath, a separate shower enclosure, vanity wash basin, and WC. The bathroom is fully tiled with underfloor heating and a chrome heated towel rail. Stairs rise from the landing to a second floor double bedroom, having neutral tones a walk-in closet, and a rear Velux window.
Outside, there is a forecourt, a gated shared passageway, with a further gate into an enclosed, end of row, lawned garden with planted borders, a patio, and a timber garden store.
Number 15 benefits from being towards the bottom end of Peveril Road, well-served by local shops and amenities on Ecclesall Road, highly regarded local schools, Endcliffe Park and Bingham Park, public transport, and access inks to the city centre, hospitals, universities, and the Peak District.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||2%||£320,000||4||0.7|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£225,000 (1)||£316,667 (3)||£300,104 (48)||£536,304 (23)||£828,846 (13)|
|Flats||£125,421 (19)||£225,853 (34)||£389,375 (8)||-||-|
|All||£130,400 (20)||£233,216 (37)||£312,857 (56)||£536,304 (23)||£828,846 (13)|