No. 91 is a 3 bedroomed mid-terrace period residence built c. 1930 and presented in immaculate condition throughout. There is a beautiful railed garden to the front providing off street parking and a manicured lawn with edged with flowers and shrubs. The rear garden has a south facing aspect ensuring a veritable suntrap from morning to evening. The whitewashed domestic outhouses, that offer fantastic storage that will delight any gardener, blend seamlessly with the surrounding white washed walls. There is lighting to the rear, potted plants, hanging baskets and shrubs that further enhance this beautiful garden that is also afforded great privacy.
On passing the front door, with lovely stained glass detail, one is immediately impressed by the high ceilings and room proportions indicative of the era in which the house was built. The front reception room has a bay window, quality timber flooring and characteristic coving. The feature fireplace has a wood burning stove that can effectively heat the ground floor accommodation, though the property has gas fired heating with rads throughout. Sliding doors lead to the second reception room what enjoys an open plan format with the kitchen. French doors lead to the rear garden. The kitchen has a ceramic tiled floor, and shaker style fitted units. There is a generous utility room off the kitchen. With an abundance of storage and counter space that also accommodates the washing machine and tumble dryer.
At first floor there are three generous bedrooms, two of which have feature fire places, and a stylish fully tiled contemporary bathroom with a luxuriant three piece white bathroom suite.
This is a wonderful home of flair and style that marries the charm of the era in which it was ...