To the front of the property there is a bricked wall with iron railings along the top. There is a front bay window and a traditional bricked frontage. Down the side of the house there is access to the garage and rear garden.
22' 8'' x 2' 11'' (6.9m x 0.9m)
As you enter the front door of the house you find yourself in the porch. In this space you will find period wall tiling and tiles to the floor, this is just the beginning of the features this house has to offer. A stained glass door gives access into the main hallway space. There are three doors from the hallway, these give access into the lounge, sitting room and dining room onto the kitchen. There is a handy under stairs cupboard and more features throughout, such as paneling, cornice and arch detailing.
12' 0'' x 10' 11'' (3.67m x 3.32m)
The front lounge is a brilliant size and has a front bay window, high skirting boards, picture rail, ceiling rose and cornice running throughout. The room is in need of re decoration to bring it back to modern tastes, but a fantastic main reception room.
13' 0'' x 8' 10'' (3.95m x 2.7m)
The next reception room is the sitting room, this has a rear window which looks down into the back garden. There is a feature fireplace set into the chimney breast and much like the rest of the house, there are plenty of period features and once this room has had some new decoration and floor coverings, it will make a lovely second reception area.
14' 1'' x 8' 10'' (4.3m x 2.7m)
Located at the end of the hallway, the dining room is yet another fantastic sized reception room, with a chimney breast which has been opened up to act as a nice feature, a side bay window which brings in a good amount of daylight and provides more floor space to the room. This room then continues on into the kitchen diner.
15' 3'' x 8' 10'' (4.65m x 2.7m)
Located through the dining room, the kitchen diner is a great size and has a large side window which floods the room with light. There is an arched door on the left hand side, this opens out onto the back garden and is a piece of history with the house as its totally original. The kitchen space is generous and is in need of a new fitted kitchen to bring it back up to modern standards.
The back garden is going to be a key selling feature of this property, firstly because compared to the other houses around here, the garden must be three times as big and is totally private. The second reason would be that there is a garage and off road parking. If you are familiar with the area you will know how much value off road parking adds to a property.
12' 1'' x 14' 4'' (3.69m x 4.36m)
The first of the bedrooms is the large master bedroom to the front of the property. This room is the full width of the house so you can imagine what a great size this is. There is a period fireplace n the chimney and this acts as a stunning feature to the room, especially as it has the original floor tiling below the grate.
13' 0'' x 8' 6'' (3.95m x 2.6m)
The second bedroom is another double size room and has a rear window which looks down onto the back garden. In need of some TLC to bring it back to modern standards.
11' 4'' x 5' 9'' (3.46m x 1.74m)
The bathroom is located off the landing area and has some cupboards in the corner which could be removed if you decided to fit a combi boiler. The bathroom size is very spacious however there are some works needed to make this a usable room. Currently it has a bath, wash basin and toilet along with a side window.
8' 10'' x 8' 11'' (2.7m x 2.73m)
Continuing down the landing, the third bedroom is another double sized room which has been stripped of its wallpaper and ready for a refurbishment. There is a side window which brings light into the room and a small corridor will need to be installed to create separate access to the fourth bedroom.
8' 6'' x 8' 11'' (2.6m x 2.72m)
The fourth bedroom is located at the far end of the first floor and has a side window looking directly onto the back garden. A good sized room which like most of the house is in need of refurbishment.
This is a stunning period property with all the charm and features you would wish for and expect in a house of this age/style. We know that the roof needs attention, along with a full refurbishment inside the property. The house is freehold and with the garage and off road parking, would truly make a fantastic family home. Properties similar to this on Knoll Street have sold recently for £210,000 without parking so we roughly anticipate a re sale figure of around £215,000 once all works have been completed.
Benefitting from a garage and small parking space (please note the parking space is to be used by the home owner only, and is located in front of the garage which will only be suitable for a small vehicle. The car must be parked close to the garage gates and not blocking the passage way in any way. We suggest all interested ask their legal representative to confirm this is the case).