£282,000 Offers over
A truly stunning first floor conversion set within a handsome, traditional A-listed blonde sandstone building in a much admired Terrace. This home offers a luxurious, contemporary living space, cleverly mixed with some striking period features. A real sense of space in these bright and airy living areas is sure to impress. Created by Alexander Thomson in circa 1875, this beautiful terrace is set back from the main road and screened by mature trees, yet is only a stone’s throw from all local amenities in the vibrant West End. Great Western Terrace has its own association which manages the external areas to a high standard, and this Terrace also enjoys excellent residents and visitor parking.
The internal accommodation comprises; magnificent 26’8 open plan living area with two large windows to front, plenty of space for a sitting area and separate dining area, and a modern fitted kitchen with integrated appliances. Notable features include the ornate cornicing and beautiful hardwood flooring. There are two large double bedrooms that both look out to the rear and a stunning family bathroom with white three piece suite, Jacuzzi bath and over-bath shower. The hallway has a feature glazed unit allowing for plenty of natural light to flow into this area, and there is a storage cupboard and utility cupboard off. A Ramsay ladder gives easy access to a useful loft space providing valuable extra storage.
Modern radiators and LED lights on the skirting boards add to the feel of this wonderful home.
The specification of the property includes gas central heating, partial double glazing and security controlled entrance.
EER band D
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