A fine Edwardian terrace house boasting a wealth of inherent beautifully preserved period features. Set in an enviable sought after address within a short walk of the City Centre. Lovely old stripped pine doors and floors, an abundance of period fireplaces, a splendid drawing room with wood burning stove and a 23' kitchen/breakfast room all help to create the warm and cosy ambience enjoyed by this classic home. Well presented throughout and with a south facing established city courtyard garden with open views and a great loft conversion this property is sure to create strong interest.
Entrance is gained via an original timber front door with leaded light glazing leading to
Inner vestibule with dado rail and original period tiled floor. Inner stained glass door and panel over provides access to:
With an abundance of character features including stripped pine floorboards, dado rail, original plaster arch, stairs to first floor, radiator and doors leading off to:
16' 2'' x 12' 4'' (4.92m x 3.76m)
This elegant drawing boasts many original features and lovely high ceilings which together with the generous bay windows makes this a very appealing and impressive room. An original fireplace benefits from a recently installed Contura wood burning stove which fits neatly into the space providing a warm and cosy ambience to the room. Other features include original ceiling cornice, deep skirting, stripped pine flooring and picture rails. Radiator.
17' 9'' x 11' 4'' (5.41m x 3.45m)
An original fireplace benefits from a recently installed wood burning stove. PVCu window and glazed roof section to rear elevation. Stripped pine flooring. Radiator. Picture rails.
23' 6'' x 10' 8'' (7.16m x 3.25m)
This through kitchen/breakfast room offers two distinct areas, dining and kitchen. The dining/breakfasting area offers oak flooring, period dresser with glazed cupboard and drawers, double door pantry cupboard and additional original storage cupboards. Original sash window overlooking the side elevation, radiator. The kitchen is fitted with a range of white painted base units with spaces for white goods and a freestanding oven space with fitted extractor hood over. Single glazed window to rear and to side. Timber door to rear garden with glazed panel above providing to assist with the flow of natural light into the room. White enamel sink unit with mixer tap over placed in a position to enjoy the outlook over the rear garden.
With access to roof space, radiator, doors leading off to:
13' 0'' x 10' 4'' (3.96m x 3.15m)
With a feature PVCu bay window that benefits from elevated views to the City Centre demonstrating the advantageous central position of this classic edwardian home. Light and sunny from it's Southerly facing position. Period cast iron fireplace. Stripped flooring, Picture rails.
With door leading to staircase to second floor, ballustrading, doors to:
White suite comprising panelled bath with electric shower, screen and splash back tiling. Pedestal wash hand basin. Low level WC. Chrome towel radiator. Tongue and groove half height timber panelling to walls. PVCu window to side elevation. Recessed storage shelving.
16' 2'' x 14' 0'' (4.92m x 4.26m)
A generous master bedroom with original large picture window having period ironmongery providing outlook to front elevation, picture rails, feature original fireplaces with timber mantle and tiled inserts. Radiator.
12' 3'' x 10' 6'' (3.73m x 3.20m)
Period cast iron fireplace, PVCu window to rear elevation with views to the city centre, radiator, original built in wardrobe and storage.
This spacious loft room offers plenty of natural light and a warm yet practical oak floor. There are two main velux windows to rear elevation offering city views and an additional smaller velux window inside the eaves storage to provide natural light to the storage area. Radiator. Further access to eaves storage area.
The property offers a small area of garden to the front together with original tiles leading to the front entrance door. The rear courtyard garden is Southerly facing and benefits from an elevated position that commands an excellent open outlook and really demonstrates how close this home is to the City centre whilst feeling quiet and reasonably secluded at the same time. There are areas of hard standing to enjoy a little alfresco dining, storage space for wood shed etc and a defined garden area with paving, mature plants and shrubs together it makes for a pretty and established city garden.
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