5 bedroom semi-detached house for sale
Lorne Grove, Radcliffe On Trent
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- Substantial Period Prop.
- 3 Storey Accommodation
- Beautifully Presented
- Five Bedrooms
- Many Character Features
- Bespoke Breakfast Kitchen
- South West Facing Garden
- Central Village Location
*Substantial Period Property *Three Storey Accommodation
*Beautifully Presented Throughout *Five Bedrooms
*Delightful Character Features *Fantastic Breakfast Kitchen
*South West Facing Garden *Central Village Location
We have pleasure in offering this beautifully presented and substantial Victorian Period property offering semi detached accommodation arranged over three floors plus cellars. The house itself retains a number of lovely character features and has been restored over recent year to an exceptionally high standard to create a fantastic family sized home.
In brief the accommodation provides two large reception rooms, superb bespoke and hand crafted breakfast kitchen with access to the cellars, utility room and ground floor wc. On the first floor there is an impressive master bedroom, second double bedroom, large bathroom with wet room style shower, feature bath plus a separate wc. The top floor of the property provides a further three bedrooms (five in all).
Externally the house is set back with a walled, gravelled frontage and double wrought iron gates open on to the driveway. The rear garden is of a good size with a gravel and paved terrace, lawned area and a south west facing aspect. All of which is situated in the heart of the village upon a quiet residential cul de sac and within walking distance of the local shops, schools and amenities.
An internal viewing is essential to appreciate the size and standard of the accommodation on offer, this can be arranged by appointment through the selling agents.
An arched storm porch with coach light, ornate tiled flooring and a broad timber panelled and etched glazed front door opening into the entrance hall.
Having exposed floorboards, original decorative arch, ceiling cornice and rose. A turning staircase with panelling and balustrade rises to the first floor, stripped pine panelled doors lead to the lounge, sitting/dining room and breakfast kitchen.
4.83m(15'10'') into bay x 4.19m(13'9'')
A substantial reception room having a large sash bay window to front, an imposing open cast iron fireplace providing a central focal point with timber surround and tiled hearth. Book shelves built into both recesses, tv aerial and phone point, original moulded cornice and ceiling rose.
4.70m(15'5'') x 4.27m(14'0'')
A second versatile reception room currently used as a sitting room but alternatively could be a more formal dining room with exposed and varnished floorboards, sash window to front and a set of double opening French doors leading out to the rear garden, cast iron period open fireplace again providing the focal point with timber surround and tiled hearth. Original coving and decorative ceiling rose, tv and cable connections.
5.66m(18'7'') x 3.86m(12'8'')
A fantastic feature to the property this family sized breakfast kitchen accommodates a large table and chairs, feature fireplace, Fired Earth terracotta tiled flooring, sash window to side. The kitchen itself is beautifully fitted with a range of bespoke and hand crafted solid wood cabinets and drawers finished in cream complimented by timber rounded edged work surfaces and polished granite either side of the range cooker.
There is also a moveable central butchers block island feature on coasters with pull out bin storage. A Range Master stove has two ovens, grill and five gas burners with a matching canopy extractor hood above and tiled splashback, Belfast sink has a period mixer tap, there is also a full sized Neff integrated dishwasher, tall larder cupboard with shelving and a dresser unit with plate rack and shelving, ceiling downlights, additional window to rear, door with staircase leading down to the cellars. Opening through to the utility room
A stripped pine panelled door opens from the breakfast kitchen has a brick staircase leading down to the cellars divided into two areas with full head height, lighting, former coal shute, gas and electric meters, modern trip switch consumer unit.
2.64m(8'8'') x 1.37m(4'6'')
A functional utility space doubling up as a rear entrance lobby having external door and window out to the rear garden. The utility room is fitted out once again with a range of bespoke and hand crafted cabinets matching those of the kitchen including a tall broom cupboard, three appliance spaces including plumbing for a washing machine, solid timber and rounded edged work top with a Belfast sink, a continuation of the terracotta tiled floor and door to ground floor cloakroom/wc.
Fitted with a period white two piece suite with chrome fittings and including a wc and wall hung wash basin with tiled splashback, small obscure window, quarry tiled floor.
The turning staircase and balustrade rises up to the first floor landing with part vaulted ceiling and Velux skylight, airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and slatted shelving. Doors to two double bedrooms, family bathroom, separate wc and a secondary staircase also with original balustrade rises to the top floor.
5.66m(18'7'') x 4.83m(15'10'') into bay
A beautiful and huge master bedroom with natural light flooding in through a large sash bay window and further smaller window to front, a high ceiling with original coving and decorative ceiling rose, feature cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth.
4.78m(15'8'') x 4.27m(14'0'')
A second substantial double bedroom affording a dual aspect with a window overlooking the rear garden with a further sash picture window to front, tv phone and cable connections, feature cast iron fire surround, coving and ceiling rose.
3.86m(12'8'') x 2.41m(7'11'')
The family bathroom has been upgraded, part tiled in mosaics to the wall plus a tiled floor running into a wet room style shower area with period chrome mixer shower fitment. There is also a pedestal wash hand basin and feature free standing roll top bath with claw and ball feet and a Victorian mixer tap and shower fitment, ceiling downlights and extractor fan, obscure window to side, loft hatch accessing the rear roof space.
Separated from the bathroom and fitted with a period white wc with oak seat, tiled floor and stained glass picture window.
2nd Floor Galleried Landing
A further galleried landing located upon the top floor of this three storey property having a balustrade, loft hatch with drop down ladder accessing the main roof space, window to rear, stripped pine doors lead to three further bedrooms on this upper level.
4.83m(15'10'') x 4.34m(14'3'')
A lovely third double bedroom affording a dual aspect with sash picture window to front and larger window overlooking the rear garden affording views over the centre of the village, feature cast iron fire surround.
3.96m(13'0'') x 3.81m(12'6'')
This fourth double bedroom is currently used as a nursery having a sash window to front.
2.87m(9'5'') x 2.67m(8'9'')
A fifth bedroom also capable of taking a double bed if required but better suited as a large single bedroom or home office/study if required with a sash window to front.
The property is situated within the heart of Radcliffe upon the ever desirable Lorne Grove predominantly surrounded by similar grand two and three storey Victorian period properties with No. 3 being set back from the road with a typical gravelled frontage, well stocked with mature shrubs, the frontage is enclosed by a brick wall with pillars and wrought iron railings, double gates open onto the gravelled drive providing off street parking. Gravelled paths lead up to the storm porch and front door and also continue to the right hand side of the property where a secure timber gate leads to the rear garden.
The walled rear garden affords a south west facing aspect with a gravelled courtyard area outside the sitting room French doors, paved patio with door leading into the utility room and outside tap.
Rear Garden Cont...
The remainder of the mature and established garden is laid to lawn, edged with well stocked flowerbeds and borders. The boundaries are enclosed by the original Victorian brick walls and there is a paved hard standing area ideal for a timber shed at the bottom of the garden.
On leaving our office in the centre of the village continue along the main road passing the shops proceeding into Bingham Road where after a short distance take the left hand turn into Lorne Grove where our property is one of the first to be then situated on the left hand side and identified by the For Sale Board.
Radcliffe on Trent has a wealth of amenities including a good range of shops, doctors, dentists, schooling for all ages, restaurants and public houses, a golf club, bowls club and regular bus and train services. The village is conveniently located for commuting to the cities of Nottingham and Leicester via A52 and A46, M1 South and A1 North plus East Midlands airport.
We are led to believe by Rushcliffe Borough Council the property falls into Council Tax Band C.
The descriptions and photographs on this brochure and website do not constitute all or part of an offer or contract. The measurements indicated are supplied for guidance purposes only and potential buyers are advised to recheck the measurements before commiting to any expense. Any apparatus, equipment, fixtures, fittings or services are untested by Richard Watkinson and Partners. Nothing herein contained shall be a warranty or condition and neither the Vendor nor ourselves will be liable to the purchaser in respect of any mis-statement or misrepresentation made at or before the date hereof by the Vendor, his servants or agents or otherwise.
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