£112,500 Offers Over
This is a traditional end of terrace house providing a n excellent balance of accommodation extending over ground and attic floors. The house was constructed in the late 1800's and is of random stone construction under a pitched roof overlaid with tiles. The rear roof elevation comprises dormer windows. The house affords easy access to schools, sea front, parks and harbour. In fact Sacred Heart Primary is positioned opposite the house. All other local amenities are readily accessible.
The house is offered for sale in good order throughout and the interior is attractively decorated. Windows are double glazed predominantly in uPVC casements with the exception of those windows that are of Velux style these being in timber casements. Central heating is by way of gas. There is an excellent range of accommodation which is configured over a foot print extending to approx 1,323 ft². The accommodation comprises: Entrance Vestibule with timber front door and tiled floor. Double glazed uPVC inner door. The Hall has access off to living room, dining room, kitchen and bathroom. The Dining Room is a good size reception room with window to front and with gas fire which in turn is fitted with a back boiler to heat domestic hot water and radiators. Off the dining room is a door to bedroom 3. This third bedroom has a rear facing window (through to porch) and is a good sized single bedroom. The Kitchen is fitted with a contemporary range of cabinets extending at base and wall mounted levels with integrated hob, oven and stainless steel extractor canopy and inset stainless steel sink. The kitchen has a tiled floor and the walls around the work surfaces are tiled. From the kitchen there is a timber and glass door as well as a window to the rear porch. The Rear Porch is of timber frame formation on a brick base and the roof over is poly carbon formation. The rear porch is single glazed. From the porch there are doors to the garden. The Bathroom, with window to rear comprises bath, separate shower stall, wash hand basin and w.c. The Living Room is a lovely space with windows front and rear. A feature of this room is the open tread timber stair to the first floor. Upstairs there is a bright landing which affords access off to 2 bedrooms and shower room. Bedroom 1 is a generous double with window overlooking the garden. Fitted wardrobes with further storage into eaves. Within the built in wardrobes there is the hot water cylinder. The second bedroom with window to rear is also a good size double. The Shower Room has Velux window to rear and is equipped with wash hand basin in vanity unit, shower stall with electric shower and w.c. The floor is tiled and walls are partly tiled. The garden at the rear is enclosed by timber paling fence and wall. The garden is predominantly down in lawn and there are steps to a paved patio. Potting shed. A timber gate opens onto a footpath at the side of the house which affords access in from Greenside. This is a deceptively spacious house and viewing is strongly recommended in order to fully appreciate the great balance of accommodation.
EER Rating: D (57)
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