A well proportioned and conveniently situated mid terraced residence ideal for family purchasers.
* WELL PRESENTED MID TERRACED RESIDENCE
* POPULAR AND CONVENIENT LOCATION WITHIN TWO MINUTES WALK FROM YARDLEY WOOD ROAD
* ENTRANCE HALL * TWO RECEPTION ROOMS * MODERN FITTED KITCHEN * GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM
* 4 BEDROOMS * FIRST FLOOR BATHROOM * MAJORITY GAS CENTRAL HEATING
* UPVC DOUBLE GLAZING * SHALLOW FOREGARDEN * GOOD SIZED REAR GARDEN *
The property, built around 1910, although the exact date being unknown, is a two storey Edwardian mid terraced residence surrounded a pitched roof to the main house and flat roof to the shower room extension. The low maintenance foregarden comprises of a low height stone wall with a metal ornamental gate and concrete path leading to the front door. The rest is mainly slabbed for ease of maintenance with some attractive side borders. The rear garden can be accessed internally from the rear reception room door or side door off the covered passageway between the kitchen and ground floor shower room. External access is available via the shared tunnel entry with number 76 next door which then adjoins the covered rear passageway. It initially comprises of a large slabbed patio area across the width of the rear reception room. A step then leads up to the majority of the garden which comprises of a large rectangular lawn with borders on either side containing a variety of small bushes, shrubs and plants. To the middle left of the garden is a raised block paved and slabbed patio area with retaining wall. The very rear garden comprises of a large concreted area on which is a good sized light green metal shed with pitched roof. Also within the rear garden is a useful greenhouse which comes off the ground floor shower room wall with Perspex, panels, side door and pitched roof. The rear garden is bounded mainly by 6 foot close boarded wooden fencing. The property would ideally suit family purchasers. Early viewing is advised.
GROUND FLOOR ENTRANCE HALL
Having UPVC double glazed front door with obscured UPVC double glazed semi-circular window. Obscured leaded UPVC double glazed window to side. Dark wood stained original floor boards. Small cupboard housing gas meter. Central heating radiator. Ceiling coving. Wall mounted Honeywell central heating timer controller and room thermostat. Two telephone connection points. Double power point. Ceiling light. Stairs up to first floor level. Panelled wooden door opening into useful understairs storage cupboard having fitted wall shelving, wall light and ample storage space.
FRONT RECEPTION ROOM
Measuring 14'4" max into bay window x 13'11" max into chimney alcoves
Having panelled wooden door off hallway. Laminate flooring. Leaded UPVC double glazed angled bay window looking to front. Feature central ceiling beam. Ceiling coving. Central heating radiator. Living flame effect gas fire with brass grate, gold effect outer frame set within a marble hearth and inner surround and tiled wood outer surround with ornamental top shelf. Two double power points. Ceiling light. Two wall lights.
REAR RECEPTION ROOM
Measuring 17'3"max into bay window x 11'9" max into chimney alcove
Having panelled wooden door entrance hall. UPVC double glazed curved bay window with views onto rear garden and with side UPVC double glazed French door. Three feature ceiling beams. Central heating radiator. Living flame effect gas fire with brass grate and gold effect frame within a marble half inner surround with tiled wood outer surround and ornamental top shelf. TV Aerial connection point. Telewest connection point. Two double power points. Two ceiling lights.
Measuring 10'5 x 9"
Being fitted in a modern range of wall and base units in beech wood effect with dark grey granite effect roll top work surfaces comprising double stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap fitting and drainer to side. Single base unit cupboard under. Space and plumbing for automatic washing machine. Triple base unit with three cupboards and three drawers under. Pull out narrow metal rack drawer unit. Half base unit with one cupboard and one drawer under. Double wall unit cupboard. Five small shelves. Single wall unit cupboard. Two half wall unit cupboards. Two double wall unit cupboards. Integrated Bosch four-ring gas hob. Integrated chrome Homark electric oven. Double base unit with two cupboards and two drawers under. Shallower depth double base unit with two cupboards and two drawers under. Ceramic tiling in silver effect, grey and white to all work surfaces. Chrome chimney style extractor hood. Panelled wooden door off entrance hall. Two UPVC double glazed windows, one looking onto rear garden and one looking into rear cupboard passageway. UPVC double glazed back door onto rear passageway. Space for fridge freezer. Wall mounted Worcester Greenstar 24 gas central heating boiler. Three double power points. Wall mounted Xpelair extractor fan. Ceiling light. Door leading through to:
REAR COVERED PASSAGEWAY
Having locked gate leading onto shared tunnel entry with neighboring property. Slabbed floor. Georgian wired obscured glazed sloping ceiling. Wall light. Latched gate opening into useful brick built sore having ample storage space. UPVC double glazed window looking through to greenhouse. Ceiling light.
GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM
Measuring 8'.0"x 4"
Having obscured UPVC lockable double glazed door leading off rear covered passageway and being fitted in a suite in white comprising low flush WC. Pedestal wash hand basin. Wet room style corner shower enclosure with glazed shower screen and Myra mixer shower. Grab rail. Wall mounted Manrose extractor fan. Beige ceramic tiled floor. Beige ceramic tiling to full height on all walls. Obscured UPVC double glazed window looking to side. Chrome heated towel rail. Ceiling light with pull cord switch.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Having stairs up from entrance hall with original Newell end posts and balustrade. Sky light through to loft. Ceiling light. Double power point. Useful fitted storage cupboard having three doors and three shelves. Panelled wooden door opening into:
BEDROOM 1 (FRONT)
Measuring 12'7" x 11'2" max into fitted wardrobes to chimney alcoves
Having panelled wooden door off first floor landing. Leaded UPVC double glazed window looking to front. Central heating radiator. Two double power points. Ceiling light. A range of fitted wardrobes in light wood effect running across the full width of one wall and around the corner slightly to another wall.
BEDROOM 2 (REAR)
Measuring 16' max into bay window x 12'4"max into fitted wardrobes to chimney alcoves
Having panelled wooden door off landing. UPVC curved double glazed bay window looking to rear garden. Central heating radiator. Two double power points. Ceiling light. A range of fitted wardrobes in cream running across the full width of one wall and roughly 2/3 of the length of another wall.
BEDROOM 3 (FRONT)
Measuring 9'1" max into fitted wardrobes over stairwell x 9'2"
Having panelled wooden door off first floor landing. Leaded double glazed UPVC window looking to front. Central heating radiator. Double power point. Ceiling light. Fitted storage cupboard unit in cream fitted over stairwell wall.
BEDROOM 4 (REAR)
Measuring 10'4"max into fitted wardrobe to recess x 6'11"
Having panelled wooden door off first floor landing. UPVC double glazed window looking to rear. Central heating radiator. Double power point. Ceiling light. Fitted wardrobe/drawer unit with integrated mirror to wall adjacent to top of stairs in cream. Further fitted wardrobe unit in cream fitted into shallow recess.
FIRST FLOOR BATHROOM
Measuring 6'5" x 5'2"
Being fitted in a suite in white comprising panelled bath with mixer tap fitting and shower attachment. Wall mounted mixer shower. Low flush WC. Pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap fitting. Central heating radiator. Ceramic tiling to 3/4 height in white on all walls with blue tiled edging. Obscured UPVC double glazed window. Wall mounted Exelir extractor fan. Ceiling light with pull cord switch.
"Liam and the Robert Aston Team â€“ Thank you for all your help with the sale. This has been a huge journey for us and your professionalism is appreciated"