Set in a short terrace of similarly styled properties, a traditional sandstone mid terraced villa originally dating from 1910 or thereby. The property offers townhouse style accommodation within six principal apartments formed over three original levels. A wealth of period detail is retained most notably original woodwork, plaster work and stained/leaded glass. Corum are of the opinion that early internal inspection is imperative to appreciate the extent and flexibility of accommodation on offer at this asking price and to avoid disappointment.
The complete accommodation extends to entrance vestibule, welcoming hallway with fireplace to side, bay windowed lounge with leaded glass features and focal point fire place, delightful family sitting/dining room with French doors leading to enclosed rear gardens, modern fitted kitchen, dedicated utility room and wc to the rear.
The original staircase leads through half landing to first floor, revealing three flexible bedrooms and refurbished main house bathroom. A further original stair continues to attic level revealing bedroom four and extensive eaves storage space.
The specification includes gas central heating and partial double glazing. The property sits within established garden grounds, gently sloping and well-stocked to the front with mature bushes and trees aiding seclusion and privacy. Gardens to the rear are surprisingly private and enclosed formed on a gentle slope and easily manageable. There is space to the rear of the dining/sitting room for alfresco dining and entertaining as required.