GUIDE PRICE £625,000 - £650,000
Situated in a row of lovely Victorian Terraced houses, set back off the street with a front garden, and St Luke's Primary School which is an outstanding Ofsted School on the other side. This house has been well thought out and presented from the traditional front door which leads to the inviting hallway.
The lounge with its box bay window, cornicing, stripped wood floorboards and feature fireplace fitted with a wood burning stove, is a lovely room, if one wanted it could be opened up to the dining room next door, which also has, lovely period features including a feature fireplace with a wood burning stove as well as original french doors that open to the side return, flooding the room with light.
Past the white painted stairs with under stairs storage and guest cloakroom is the exceptional kitchen, black high gloss is contrasted with Maia stone work tops freshly painted white walls and several windows that look out the side return, as well as the bi-fold doors that span the entire rear wall bringing the garden in, creating a charming entertaining space with space for a table. The sellers have thought about extending the kitchen into the side return and have had plans drawn up to create an even better entertaining space..
On the first floor landing there is a sky light giving the hallway natural light, the family bathroom is a modern white suite with shower over bath W.C. and sink, there are two windows and two stripped wood doors to the room as it was originally two rooms. Behind the bathroom is bedroom four, with rear views and peaceful out look to the gardens of Freshfield Street. Towards the front of the house is bedroom three with built in wardrobes, and bedroom two spans the entire width of the house is generous in size with built in wardrobes and feature fireplace.
On up to the loft conversion which has good head height and fantastic far reaching views from the Velux windows to the front, this is the new main bedroom with the luxury of an ensuite and built in wardrobes, there is a door to the recently re-felted flat roof, with the window floods the room with light.
In the garden there are raised flower beds the main part of it is slate tiles designed to be low maintenance and is stylish too! The garden though it faces North is open to the West so enjoys afternoon/evening sunshine.
Parking in the area is really good. Parking Zone U.Reference: 232482