This delightful 1930s detached home not only presents delightful period features such as open fireplaces and stripped floor boards, but it also has excellent scope to extend (STPP) as it is set within a generous plot.
An entrance hall with stripped floor boards welcomes you into this charming home. From here are doors to all three bedrooms, reception rooms and bathroom and a loft hatch to the large attic space that lends itself for conversion (STPP).
The lounge continues the theme of stripped floor boards and features double glazed French doors to the garden, an original open fireplace with a tiled surround and hearth and ornate 1930’s plaster work to the ceiling.
Complementing the lounge is a dining room that also presents the classic features of a property of this age with cupboards built into the chimney breast and ceiling plaster work. A door leads through to the kitchen where a large picture window provides glorious views over the rear garden. These views can be enjoyed as you eat your breakfast as there is space for a breakfast table and chairs.
To the front of the property are two large double bedrooms, both with bay windows and tiled fireplaces and the third bedroom looks over the rear of the property through a double glazed window.
The rear garden extends to approximately 100ft in length and is mainly laid to lawn with planted borders, trees and shrubs. To the front of the property is a drive providing parking for several vehicles leading to a single garage at the side of the property.