Mannamead / £165,000
3 Bedroom Mid Terraced House
- Period built mid-terraced cottage built circa.1825
- Characterful homely accommodation
- Gas central heating, Part uPVC double glazing
- In need of updating, Offering great potential
- Porch, Hall
- Spacious lounge/dining room, Kitchen/Breakfast room
- Storeroom with boiler, Walk-in under stairs cupboard
- 3 Bedrooms, Bathroom/wc
- Outbuildings, Long southerly facing garden
- No onward chain
THE PROPERTY A much loved cherished home for 35 plus years, period built and thought to date back circa.1825. Originally understood to have been built as a Miners Cottage and being one in this short terrace in a tucked away position and once there feeling like you are living in the countryside. Characterful and homely retaining a variety of period features, three fireplaces and old slate flagstone floor in the boiler room and under the stairs.
The property upgraded in the past which has included uPVC double glazing to most windows, a renewed front porch and the roof has been overhauled in the past.
The property clearly does require a programme of updating, improvement and refurbishment to bring it up to a modern uniform standard and as such offers great potential. The property stands on a generous size plot having a courtyard area to the rear with three outbuildings including an outside wc and a long southerly facing front garden.
LOCATION Set in a tucked away position accessed via pathways either from Lower Compton Road or from the end of Gleneagle Villas. A popular and established residential area of Mannamead bordering on Lower Compton. There are a variety of local services and amenities to hand and the position is convenient for access into the city.
STORM PORCH 4' 4" x 2' 10" (1.32m x 0.86m) Covered, with three uPVC double glazed windows. Panelled door with window light over into:
HALL Row of coat hooks. Staircase with carpeted treads rises and turns to the first floor.
LOUNGE/DINING ROOM 14' 3" x 12' 0" (4.34m x 3.66m) uPVC double glazed window overlooking the front garden. Impressive period fireplace with tiled slips and tiled hearth.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 11' 8" x 6' 10" (3.56m x 2.08m) Window to the rear and PVC part double glazed back door. Stainless steel sink unit. Work surface. Cupboard storage. 'Canon' gas cooker. Deep walk-in under stairs storage cupboard with slate flagstone, light point and housing the mains gas meter. Adjoining:
STOREROOM 4' 1" x 3' 9" (1.24m x 1.14m) Shelved with wall mounted 'Vaillant' gas fired boiler servicing central heating and domestic hot water and mains electric meter and fuse box.
LANDING Ceiling light point. Access hatch to loft. Doors off to:
BEDROOM 1 13' 0" x 8' 0" (3.96m x 2.44m) uPVC double glazed window to the front with long views down the garden and beyond. Period fireplace recess with surround and over mantel. Shelved cupboard to the right.
BEDROOM 2 8' 11" x 10' 6" max. 9'7" floor area(2.72m x 3.2m max 2.92m floor area) Window to the rear. Period fireplace with over mantel and cupboards to either side.
BEDROOM 3 10' 1" x 8' 0" max.(3.07m x 2.44m max.) uPVC double glazed window to the front with long views down the garden and beyond.
BATHROOM 7' 4" x 5' 0" (2.24m x 1.52m) Window to the rear. Suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, wc and panelled bath. Part tiled walls. Shelved cupboard.
EXTERNALLY A long southerly facing front garden laid mainly to lawn with a variety of bushes and shrubs.
A pedestrian walkway at the back with space for wheely bin storage and off this on the opposite side a run of three outbuildings including outside wc.
COUNCIL TAX BAND: B