To the front of the property is a pretty lawned garden with driveway parking for two vehicles. There’s also plenty of on-street parking for visitors. The front elevation is a typical 1930s home with lovely, curved bay windows, and a traditional entrance porch and door, plus stained-glass windows.
Upon entering the home, there’s a welcoming hallway with wood flooring, traditional style radiator, and pull-out understairs shoe storage.
The front reception room is a generous space with original floorboards, and a large bay window providing lots of light. As a result of the recent rear extension, this room is larger than you would expect from properties in this location.
On through to the rear of the property you will find an impressive dining, family room and kitchen. The anthracite grey bi-fold doors span the whole of the rear to the property, perfect for summer entertaining. There’s a light tiled floor throughout, plus a stunning, quality kitchen, with granite worktops and side panels. This space comprises handleless wall and base units in light grey gloss, with an integrated fridge / freezer, a large central island with clever hidden storage, room for 3 barstools, as well as the Zanussi oven and hob, plus rising Neff extractor.
From the kitchen, there’s also a utility room with space for a second fridge / freezer, plus the washing machine and tumble dryer. In addition, there’s further storage to hide everything away which you might not want on show in the open plan kitchen space. Next to the utility room, there’s also a downstairs WC / cloakroom.
Back to the hallway and you will find a hidden door under the stairs to an additional reception room, originally being half of the garage space. This makes an excellent private study, feeling almost separate from the rest of the home, however it would also make an ideal playroom, being able to easily hide away the children’s toys of a night time.
The first floor of the property is equally as impressive as the ground floor. The front two rooms benefit from a vaulted ceiling, and all 3 rooms boast a bay window.
Bedroom 1 is located to the front, and is a generous double room, with a large-curved bay window spanning almost the width of the room. Due to the vaulted ceiling, there’s also access to a loft level storage space. Bedroom 2 is a similar sized room to bedroom 1, also benefitting from a large-curved bay window. This room overlooks the rear garden, and again has plenty of space for lots of storage. Bedroom 3 is located to the front of the home, being a single room.
The bathroom has been sympathetically designed for the age of the property, comprising a roll top bath with rainfall shower above, wc and sink, plus white metro wall tiles, and black slate tiles to the floor.
To the rear of the property, there’s a generous garden, with decked steps leading from the kitchen / entertaining space. Otherwise mainly laid to lawn, there’s also stepping stones leading to the recently laid patio to the rear, which is perfect for taking advantage of the sunniest part of the garden. Furthermore, there’s side access direct to the front of the plot.
This is a truly lovely home in a very desirable part of Old Town. The Lawns is a short walk from the property, as are all of the amenities which Old Town offers, including a wide variety of independent shops, bars and restaurants, as well as schools and leisure facilities.
Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the size and quality of this fantastic property.
Council tax band: NotSet