Peverell  /  £259,500

3 Bedroom Mid Terraced House

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3 Bedrooms
1 Bathroom
3 Reception rooms


Ref: R.5329

  • Substantial 3 storey house built c.1911
  • Characterful and Period features
  • Host of Modern Conveniences, uPVC double glazing, Gas central heating
  • Remodelled layout includes Professional Loft Conversion
  • Entrance Lobby, Hall
  • Good size Lounge, Generous size Dining Room
  • Spacious Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Large Master Bedroom (Potential to sub-divide to create 4 Bedrooms) 2 further Double Bedrooms
  • Modern Fitted Bathroom & Separate wc
  • Front Garden, Landscaped rear courtyard garden

THE PROPERTY A period built three storey home built circa.1911 retaining a variety of characterful and period features and these complemented by a host of modern conveniences. Major works have been undertaken by the present owners including the remodelling of the layout on the ground floor opening up the kitchen and breakfast room to create one large and spacious room and conversion of the loft undertaken professionally.

The property retaining many period fireplaces, panelled doors, ceiling mouldings and these complemented by a host of modern conveniences including uPVC double glazing, gas fired central heating, upgraded fittings in the kitchen and a modern bathroom.

Externally a front garden with purple slate and the rear landscaped with a wide area of contemporary decking having storage under, built in bench and enjoying a south westerly aspect.

LOCATION Kingswood Park Avenue being one of the nicest streets in this area of Peverell, lying close to Central Park and with a good variety of local services and amenities found nearby in Peverell, Hyde Park and on Mutley Plain. The position convenient for access into the city and nearby connection to major routes in other directions.

A low maintenance area at the front with decorative stone chippings and a period tiled path to the front panelled door. Ground floor accommodation with entrance lobby having dado rail with decorative panelling and tiling under, tiled floor and a panelled part glazed door into the hall, here with high coved ceiling, arch and corbels, stripped pine floors and staircase with carved and turned newel post, turned spindles and carpeted treads rises to the first floor. Useful run of under stairs storage cupboards. A good size front set lounge with box bay window and pine panelling under, period working fireplace with pine surround, cast iron fireback and tiled slips and a slate hearth. A wide archway to the dining room with impressive period fireplace having decorative stone surround, tiled fireback and hearth. Both rooms with coved ceilings, ceiling roses and picture rails. Off the dining room a useful lean-to porch.

In the tenement section an impressive open plan spacious light and airy kitchen/breakfast room in the kitchen with hardwood work surfaces and matching breakfast bar, Belfast style sink with chrome mixer tap, quality integrated appliances include four ring gas hob with electric oven under and illuminated extractor hood over. Three spaces and plumbing suitable for automatic washing machine, dishwasher and upright fridge/freezer. The breakfast room in matching style with timber floorboards, focal feature fireplace with restored period built-in cupboard and drawer storage set to either side.

Externally to the rear an 'L' shaped courtyard garden enjoying a south and westerly aspect taking advantage of sunshine, low maintenance with a wide decked terrace with built-in seating and storage under, pedestrian gate to rear service lane, outside water tap, lighting and ornamental shrubs.

At first floor level the landing with timber balustrading which rises to the second floor and four doors lead off to the main bedroom a large double room with wide box bay window and further window to the front, period fire surround with cast iron fireback, natural timber floor boarding, coved ceiling, ceiling rose and picture rail. Open plan built-in storage along one side. A second good size double bedroom with period cast iron fireplace. A modern contemporarily fitted bathroom with panelled bath, side set mixer tap and shower attachment, wall hung wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap, tiled splashback and illuminated mirror over and a separate tiled shower with thermostatic hand held mixer and overhead douche spray. An airing cupboard houses the 'Worcester' gas fired boiler servicing central heating and domestic hot water. A separate white wc.

A professionally converted loft with Velux windows on the landing, a spacious third bedroom with two Velux windows to the front and rear elevations enjoying long views. Sloping ceiling with four spotlamps, smoke detector and eaves storage area.




LOUNGE 15' 1" x 12' 9" (4.6m x 3.89m)

DINING ROOM 12' 10" x 10' 7" (3.91m x 3.23m)

LEAN-TO 5' 3" x 4' 9" (1.6m x 1.45m)

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 18' 1" x 10' 7" max. (5.51m x 3.23m max.)



BEDROOM 1 17' 2" x 15' 3" max. (5.23m x 4.65m max.)

BEDROOM 2 12' 11" x 10' 7" (3.94m x 3.23m)

BATHROOM 10' 9" x 6' 6" (3.28m x 1.98m)

W.C. 4' 3" x 2' 7" (1.3m x 0.79m)


BEDROOM 3 15' 4" x 14' 3" max. (4.67m x 4.34m max.)

EXTERNALLY Front garden and walled rear courtyard.



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