Bay-windowed bungalow with a private back garden on a quiet cul-de-sac.
• The perfect blank canvas
• Convenient location
• Step-free access
• Spacious attic
These pretty double-fronted bungalows are highly sought after with their convenient location and step-free access. They were solidly built in the 1930s. To the front are two beautifully proportioned rooms with bay windows and high ceilings, one of which is now the master bedroom and the other the main reception room. To the rear are two more bedrooms, a bathroom and a kitchen/dining room. An attached garage gives the potential for additional living space (S.P.P.). A spacious attic with good height has been converted to a useful attic storage room in many of the neighbouring properties.
The back garden in this property is a lovely bright and private area where the hyacinths and primroses create a dash of spring colour. The historic granite back wall adds character giving this space a really tactile feel. The old coal shed and potting shed could be demolished to facilitate a larger kitchen extension with south facing windows.
This is the perfect blank canvas ready for a new owner to personalise to their own taste. It has original pine floorboards throughout. All four original fireplaces have been removed, but the chimneys are still there making it easy to install solid fuel stoves.
Gas Fired Central Heating
Footpath to Northumberland Avenue
Private back garden, not overlooked
Granite back garden wall
Approx. 3.65 x 1.40m / 12ft 0" x 4ft 7"
Wood laminate flooring. Wall lights. Attic access.
Approx. 7.35 x 3.06m / 24ft 1" x 10ft 0"
Bricked up chimney. Door to back garden. Two windows. Kitchen presses. Sink. Appliances included.
Approx. 3.96 x 3.80m / 13ft 0" x 12ft 6"
Bay window. Carpet over pine floorboards. Corner chimney fitted with gas fire. Phone point.
Approx. 3.96 x 3.70m / 13ft 0” x 12ft 2"