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5 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Rocky Bank Road, Devonshire Park, CH42


Property Description

Key features

  • Five Double Bedrooms
  • Fab Shower Room
  • Gorgeous Bathroom
  • And En Suite Bathroom
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Family 'Granite' Kitchen

Full description

Should you judge a book by its cover? When it comes to property, often what the property looks like from the outside is what you get within. And that's certainly the case in question here. Smart, well cared for, well maintained exterior from top to toe, with a little feature flowering wisteria to add relief, reflects the very comfortable and nicely presented family spread of rooms within....

But as usual, don't take our word for it, rather come and take a look for yourselves. View the neatness, the comfort, the smart bathroom and kitchenware and associated finishes, along with the most private of gardens to the rear of the house. And after that, suitably impressed we hope, place your offer in the comfort that there is no onward chain implication that could hold up your move.

Briefly then, a summary of the accommodation to support the floor plan below (to follow): these late Victorian houses here within Devonshire Park come with side entrances. This entrance has a smart, composite front door, a vestibule with the prettiest of stained glass doors and a traditional hall. A hall that enjoys a fairly newly laid, rich solid oak floor. Packs of space here too with a 'box room' that could be come the kids X-box room or general wellies or pram holding bay room.

A little lower down and you'll find a rather nice shower room. Now, with a family of three girls, clearly one first floor bathroom wasn't enough to keep the morning demands and queues at bay, so this suite was installed too. More than that, the first floor bathroom has been refurbished recently and makes for quite a show piece, that, coupled with the fact that the loo is separate, are added attractions. Then, for the lucky ones who get to commandeer the two top floor bedrooms (one standard double size and one enormous 'through' bedroom), there's the luxury of an en suite bathroom too.

Back to our so called ''brief' resume of the house description, and to the two front reception rooms. Big room, great family rooms, whilst to the rear of the house is a smart kitchen breakfast room. Smart for its choice of tiling and for the speckled solid granite work surfaces: nice tiles, nice work surfaces, nice view. Look for the difference in the two kitchen photos from the hall - the difference is the foldaway breakfast bar for two. A handy addition for the two of you once the family have flown the nest, or maybe good for the little ones to keep an eye on at tea time. Last but not least is the fantastic utility room off the kitchen, somewhere to throw all the noisy stuff and washing.

In spite of the three 'wet room' areas, there is in fact a store room at half landing too, should you feel the need for another shower room facility. In any event the main bathroom with its separate loo are decent sizes and service the three double bedrooms at first floor, adequately.

For clarification, the largest of the three bedrooms is currently set out as a living room. The second front bedroom has a selection of ceiling down lights and the third (rear) has a private and open aspect view.

Up again and to the top of the house with a double bedroom and full bathroom en suite and to the very largest of bedrooms. Large enough in fact, to sub divide if necessary, but a room that makes a terrific games room, guest suite etc, with a view from the front over to Oxton.

Great indoor family accommodation - the family hub of the house, the kitchen, as well as two separate reception rooms; good bathroom/loo facilities on each floor; an enviable sized utility room to allow for the very smartest and tidiest of kitchens and with five double bedrooms over two floors - room enough in the house to have your own space, even with a large family.

Outdoors - This is a bit of a surprise too. A surprise for the landscaped design and mixed use of materials: block paving, timber railway sleepers, slate; a surprise mainly for its privacy too for its not overlooked from the rear at all, not even at ground level. Well screened, there are a few private patio spots to enjoy. To the front, the main focal point will be the wisteria and of course, there's off road parking.

Locator - Devonshire Park is serviced by good public transport within an easy walk. Shops too are maybe a ten minute walk and access to the tunnel for work in the city is about five by car - easy. For Sat Nav: CH42 7LB.

These particulars, whilst believed to be accurate are set out as a general outline only for guidance and do not constitute and part of an offer or contract. Intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements or representation of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their accuracy. No person in this firms employment has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in respect of this property. We have not tested any services nor appliances and cannot give any assurances or warranties as to their condition or reliability. All measurements are approximate having been taken with an electronic measuring device.

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28 July 2016


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