- HIGHLY REGARDED AREA
- CLOSE TO THE M1
- WELL PRESENTED THROUGHOUT
- IDEAL FIRST HOME
High quality period style door with obscure double glazing and matching glazed panel over, gives access to the entrance vestibule area, with ceramic tile flooring and a broad opening through to the lounge.
3.40m x 4.14m (11'2 x 13'7)
As the photos and floorplan suggest, this is a delightful room, it enjoys a pleasant outlook courtesy of a beautiful period style, high quality sash window, providing a high degree of natural light and a pleasant view over the village. There is coving to the ceiling, central ceiling light point, broad chimney breast with chimney breast cupboards to one side. The chimney breast is home for a multi-fuel burning cast iron stove with glazed door, this is set upon a raised flagged hearth with matching surround. There is a beautiful Victorian style cast iron surround and deep mantel over. The room is decorated to a high standard and has a period style timber and glazed door leading through to the fabulous kitchen.
3.43m x 2.64m (11'3 x 8'8 )
With window giving outlook to the rear, the room is beautifully finished with particularly pleasing ceramic tiles reaching up to full ceiling height. This stylish effect is particularly welcoming, with porcelain tiled floor and inset ceiling spotlights. The kitchen has a range of wall and base units with a solid oak working surface with ceramic sink with stylish mixer tap over. There is integrated dishwasher, integrated pull out pan drawer and integrated washer dryer. There is also sufficient space for a fridge freezer. The room benefits from a useful storage cupboard underneath the stairs providing storage and housing the gas fired combination central heating boiler. Last but by no means least, is the beautiful AGA in anthracite grey which is electrically powered and has two warming ovens and the usual two chrome topped hob plates, providing heat to the room and is a particularly pleasant place to be.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
3.81m x 3.40m (12'6 x 11'2 )
With fabulous flooring and decorated to a high standard. The room benefit from built in wardrobes, period style window giving outlook to the front of the home, inset ceiling spotlights, period style central heating radiator and a further solid fuel burning stove upon a flagged hearth within a period stone surround, with cast iron and glazed door is a particularly beautiful feature.
2.49m x 2.64m (8'2 x 8'8 )
As the photographs suggest, the bathroom is particularly beautiful with a three piece white suit including cast iron ball and claw foot period style bath, period pedestal hand wash basin of Burlington manufacture and low level W.C, with polished timber seat. All with high quality fittings, there is also a period style central heating radiator, attractive flooring, inset ceiling spotlights and obscure glazed window.
To the side of the property, just a short walking distance away there are two good sized storage buildings providing storage space for solid fuel and also bicylces and the like. There is an unusual arrangement in terms of garden, this is via an access path to the side gives access to the lawned area. This garden area is not in the properties ownership however, it is clearly demonstrated and understood in the deeds that it has the right to use it. Generally speaking, it is maintained by a number of the residents of the row.
We are informed that the flues/ chimney for the burning stoves have all been lined and the property has been subject to a comprehensive renovation scheme over the last few years. The property has gas fire central heating, double glazing and carpets, curtains and certain other extras may be available by separate negotiation.