Upon arrival at this property you are greeted with a variety of modern takes on traditional 1930s style. The composite front door pays homage to what would have been in its place once upon a time and the window facing to the side has a stain glass pattern, replicating the original design. There is laminate flooring, stairs to the first floor and a door through to the lounge/diner.
20' 9'' plus bay x 15' 3'' max (6.32m x 4.64m)
Originally two rooms, an impressive space has been created by opening through into one. As you would expect with a 1930s home, there is a bay window to the front and more natural light is provided by two further windows to the side. The laminate flooring continues through this space which has a great deal of storage thanks to an under stairs cupboard and a fitted unit. Set in the old chimney is a coal effect gas fireplace and glazed double doors lead through to the kitchen.
9' 10'' x 15' 0'' max (2.99m x 4.57m)
At the rear of the house, you find a kitchen which does not disappoint! There is a wide range of wall and floor units with marble effect work surfaces over and tiled splash backs. Set into the work surfaces are both an electric hob with cooker hood over and a sink drainer unit overlooking the rear garden thanks to one of two windows to the rear. In addition there is an eye level electric double oven, integrated dishwasher and space for both a washing machine and tumble dryer. A cupboard houses the gas central heating boiler and there is tiled flooring, a chrome radiator and a double glazed door to the garden.
First Floor Landing
Climbing to the first floor, there is another window with traditional pattern stain glass. There is access to the boarded loft space, each of the three bedrooms and the shower room.
20' 9'' x 9' 0'' max (6.32m x 2.74m)
The largest of the bedrooms comes complete with a dressing area featuring a large fitted wardrobe and airing cupboard as well as room for other pieces of furniture. The bedroom area itself over looks the rear garden and wood laminate flooring runs through the whole of this space.
Completing the master suite is a luxury bathroom comprising a large walk in shower, bath with mixer tap, WC and wash hand basin. An obscured window faces to the side, there is an extractor fan and a heated towel rail. The walls are fully tiled and there are inset LED down lighters.
12' 5'' including bay x 9' 6'' max (3.78m x 2.89m)
Another fantastic sized bedroom, again with ample fitted wardrobe space and laminate flooring. This bedroom has a bay window facing the front with a roof top view of a diverse assortment of homes from various periods.
6' 8'' x 5' 5'' (2.03m x 1.65m)
The final bedroom also faces the front and has wood laminate flooring. it is not uncommon for house of this period to convert their roof spaces, utilizing this bedroom as part of the landing.
This space has tiled walls with the shower cubicle benefiting from a feature fitted splash back. In addition there is a wash hand basin with mixer tap, WC and a heated towel rail. There is an extractor fan and a window with obscured glass to the side.
To the front of the house and leading to the side is a tarmacadam driveway providing off street parking for several cars. Along one side is an attractive flower bed with a range of plants.
The rear garden is enclosed by a wall and fencing and offers a good degree of privacy. The external space has been designed with minimal maintenance in mind and as such you have two paved patio areas divided by a gravel area. At the foot of the garden is a fenced area with two garden sheds that are both provided with power from the house. Side access is provided with a gate from the driveway.