The Accommodation comprises:
(Please note that all sizes are approximate only).
Original decorative floor tiling and period part glazed panelled front door opening to the hallway.
Original decorative tiled floor, original ceiling cornice, staircase rising to 1st floor landing, double radiator, door concealing stairs to cellar, UPVC double-glazed door to the rear garden, doors off to all ground floor rooms.
Close-coupled toilet and washbasin. UPVC double-glazed window to the rear.
13'10" plus bay x 11'10"
Mock focal point fire-surround with electric fire. Period ceiling cornice and picture rail. UPVC double-glazed side window and UPVC double-glazed bay window to the front. Sliding doors inter-connecting to:
12'5" x 11'11" max
Accessed either directly from the hallway or via the sitting room. Inset shelving to the chimney breast, original alcove cupboards, picture rail, double radiator and large UPVC double-glazed window and tilt & turn door out to the garden.
13'10" plus bay x 11'10"
Attractive reproduction style fireplace with oak mantle surround. Period ceiling cornice and picture rail. Double radiator, serving hatch from kitchen, UPVC double-glazed bay window to the front.
12'5" x 7'11"
Single drainer stainless steel sink, base cupboards with drawers, wall cupboards and work-surface areas. Radiator, gas cooker point, plumbing for washing machine and UPVC double-glazed window overlooking the rear garden.
Cellar - Main Room
13'7" plus bay area x 11'10"
Good head height of about 6 ft 6 inches. Original quarry tiling to floor. Gas and electricity meters, Electricity fuse-board. UPVC double-glazed window providing some natural light via a light well.
Cellar - Store Room
9'11" x 3'7"
Originally the coal store and now providing additional storage space.
First Floor Landing
Stairs rising to 2nd floor. Doors off to bedrooms and family bathroom.
Accessed off a half-landing before reaching the main landing. Close-coupled toilet and corner washbasin. UPVC double-glazed window to the rear. Glow-worm gas central heating boiler (installed in 2016).
13'10" x 16'4" into recess otherwise 11'11"
Double radiator, original alcove wardrobes and 2 UPVC double-glazed windows to the front.
13'10" x 11'10" max
Double radiator, shelved alcove cupboard and UPVC double-glazed window to the front.
12'5" x 12'0" max
Double radiator, built in shelved cupboard and UPVC double-glazed window to the rear.
Second Floor Landing
Double-glazed skylight window to the rear, large recess storage area behind curtain, loft access and under-eaves storage area. Doors to:
11'8" plus dormer x 11'3"
Low level shelf and storage, shelving to dormer recess, radiator and UPVC double-glazed dormer window to the front.
12'0" plus dormer x 6'10" min 10'11" max
Radiator, under-eaves storage access, shelving to dormer recess and UPVC double-glazed dormer window to the front.
The property is set back from the road behind a traditional walled front garden. A wrought metal gate gives access on foot via an original paved pathway to the front door. The front garden is laid to lawn with established plant and shrub borders.
A tarmac surfaced driveway that is shared with the neighbouring house gives access to the side of the house. Adjacent to the house gable wall there is an area that is part gravelled and part concreted that gives space for 3 to 4 cars to be parked off road. This area is private to the house and is not shared.
The rear garden itself is generally rectangular in shape and is again enclosed by a traditional old brick wall. Access to the garden is available via a gate in the garden wall from the parking area or directly from the house itself. The garden is laid out with a shaped lawn and again has an array of mature plants and shrubs to the borders.
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Please note that Harwoods have not tested any appliances, services or systems mentioned in these particulars and can therefore offer no warranty. If you have any doubt about the working condition of any of these items then you should arrange to have them checked by your own contractor prior to exchange of contracts.