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3 bedroom town house for sale

St. Nicholas Place, Milford Street, Derby

Sold STC £235,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Stylish Mews Home
  • Extended to the Rear
  • Gated Courtyard
  • Open-Plan Living Dining
  • Close to Darley Park
  • Kitchen & Utility
  • Strutts Park Conservation Area
  • Three Bedrooms
  • GCH, Double Glazing & Alarm
  • Landscaped Rear Garden

Full description

EARLY INTERNAL INSPECTION ADVISED ON THIS HIGHLY APPEALING AND STYLISH, MODERN THREE-STOREY MEWS-STYLE HOME, forming part of the highly regarded St. Nicholas Place in the Strutts Park Conservation Area within easy walking distance of Derby city centre and Darley Park. The adaptable and well-appointed interior has the benefit of gas central heating, double glazing, and alarm, and briefly comprises: -

GROUND FLOOR, outer Entrance Hall, Cloaks/WC, Inner Hall, and second Kitchen/Utility Area opening to the Garden Sitting Room. FIRST FLOOR, landing affording access to open-plan L-shaped Lounge Dining Room with Juliet balcony, and quality refitted Kitchen with integrated appliances. SECOND FLOOR, landing affording access to Three Bedrooms, and Family Bathroom. OUTSIDE, double parking to the front, with the former integral garage now utilised as a Utility and Store, together with pleasant landscaped enclosed rear garden.

The Property - A modern three-storey, mews-style mid-townhouse constructed by Birch Homes (now Miller Homes) to a high specification, and has been further improved and extended within more recent years. As a result, early internal inspection is highly recommended. Having the benefit of gas central heating, double glazing and alarm, the highly adaptable accommodation is approached via the outer entrance hall, with cloaks/WC, inner hall with useful internal access door to the utility room (part of the former integral garage), and secondary kitchen area opening to the extended garden sitting room with glazed roof and double french doors to the garden ideal for entertaining. To the first floor a landing affords access to the generous L-shaped lounge with Juliet balcony and rear dining room with Juliet balcony, and opening to the refitted kitchen affording modern contemporary living. To the second floor, a landing affords access to three bedrooms, and modern family bathroom. Outside, the property benefits from twin car standing to the front, and enclosed landscaped rear garden being approximately fifty-feet in depth. The former integral garage now comprises store to the front and the utility room to the rear, and can still be accessed via the up-and-over door to the front. However, it could easily be reconverted to a garage if so required.

Location - The property is situated within the sought-after development of St. Nicholas Place within the Strutts Park Conservation Area, close to Belper Road and within easy walking distance of Derby city centre and amenities, and Darley Park and River for picturesque walks. This is a highly secure environment with a gated entrance.

Directions - When leaving Derby city by vehicle, proceed north from Five Lamps on the Duffield Road before turning right into Belper Road, returning towards the city centre. At the bottom of the road bear left onto Milford Street to find the gated entrance to St. Nicholas Place on the right-hand side.

Viewings - Strictly by prior appointment with the Sole Agents, Gadsby Nichols. REF: R12654

Accommodation - Having the benefit of gas central heating, double glazing and alarm, the detailed accommodation comprises: -

Ground Floor -

Outer Entrance Hall - Having front entrance door and external light, oak flooring, and part-glazed door opening to the inner main hall.

Cloaks/Wc - Having modern white suite of low-level WC, and corner wash hand basin with tiled splashback, central heating radiator, double glazed sash-style window to the front, oak flooring, and two ceiling downlighters.

Main Hall - Having oak flooring, central heating radiator, stairs to the first floor, useful built-in cloaks cupboard, and useful internal access door to the former garage/utility room.

Open-Plan Kitchen, Garden Sitting Rooms - This area has been redesigned from the original layout to offer excellent living space ideal for modern contemporary living and entertaining, and comprises: -

Kitchen Area - 3.58m x 2.01m max (11'9" x 6'7" max) - Having built-in understairs store, modern white fitments comprising one double base unit, four single base units, integrated fridge, solid oak work surface areas, round-bowl stainless steel sink unit, one single wall unit housing the Main wall-mounted gas-fired combination boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating, oak flooring, UPVC double glazed window to the rear, and opening to the:-

Garden Sitting Area - 4.57m x 2.54m (15'0" x 8'4") - Having oak flooring, contemporary vertical chrome radiator, the rear extension area is set under a glass roof, with UPVC double glazed French doors to the rear garden.

First Floor -

Landing - Having stairs to the second floor, oak barrique laminate flooring, central heating radiator, wireless central heating thermostat, and intercom to the main security gates.

Open-Plan Living Dining Area - Affording modern, contemporary living and comprising: -

Lounge Area - 4.75m x 4.70m max 2.84m min (15'7" x 15'5" max 9'4 - Being of an L-shaped design, having double glazed double French doors opening to the Juliet balcony to the front, further double glazed sash-style window to the front, central heating radiator, TV point, oak barrique laminate flooring, and opening to the: -

Dining Area - 3.28m x 2.67m (10'9" x 8'9") - Having oak barrique laminate flooring, central heating radiator, double glazed double French doors to Juliet balcony to the rear, and opening to the: -

Kitchen - 2.67m x 2.01m (8'9" x 6'7") - Having been fitted with modern white fitments and chrome-effect fittings, comprising three single base units, one double corner wall unit, one double wall unit, integrated stainless steel five-ring gas hob unit with stainless steel and glass canopy over incorporating extractor hood and light, integrated stainless steel electric oven, integrated dishwasher, work surface areas with tiled splashbacks, double glazed window to the rear, one-and-a-half bowl single drainer sink unit, four ceiling downlighters, together with new work surfaces and tiles to the floor and walls.

Second Floor -

Landing - Having oak barrique laminate flooring, and three ceiling downlighters.

Front Bedroom One - 4.14m x 2.97m plus (13'7" x 9'9" plus) - These measurements are 'plus wardrobe and door recesses'.
Having oak barrique laminate flooring, full-width built-in wardrobes comprising two double and one single unit incorporating hanging and shelving, further built-in store cupboard, two double glazed sash-style windows to the front, TV point, and telephone point.



Rear Bedroom Two - 2.92m x 2.57m (9'7" x 8'5") - Having double glazed window, oak barrique laminate flooring, TV point, and central heating radiator.

Rear Bedroom Three - 2.77m x 2.11m (9'1" x 6'11") - Having Velux double glazed roof light, central heating radiator, TV point, and oak barrique laminate flooring.

Family Bathroom - Having modern white suite of panelled bath with shower mixer taps, low-level WC, wash hand basin, and corner quadrant shower cubicle with shower unit and tiled surround, ceiling light tunnel, four ceiling downlighters, ceiling extractor fan, and electric floor heating.

Outside -

Former Integral Garage - The garage space could easily be reconverted back to a garage of so required, but at present comprises: -

Store - 2.62m x 1.88m (8'7" x 6'2") - Situated to the front of the former integral garage and accessed via the original up-and-over door is a store to the front, and the utility to the rear, having electric light.

Utility Area - 3.00m x 2.59m (9'10" x 8'6") - Situated to the rear of the former garage, having work surface area with appliance space under, plumbing for automatic washing machine, one double wall unit, one single wall unit, and useful internal access door to the inner hall.

Parking - To the front of the property is twin car standing spaces, flanked by shrub borders.

Rear Garden - A particular feature to note is the enclosed rear garden, being approximately fifty-feet in depth, having been landscaped with full-width timber decking area, lawn, paved and gravel pathway, shrub borders, further raised flower borders, external water tap, external lighting, and external power point, with rear bin store and gate opening to the rear pedestrian access.



Additional Information -

Tenure - The property is freehold with vacant possession on completion.

Note To Purchasers - We understand that the service charge is currently £200 per annum for maintenance of the main electronic security gates to St. Nicholas Place, street lighting, and maintenance of the communal gardens.

Council Tax - From enquiries of the VOA Website, we understand that the property falls within council tax band D, with Derby City Council. However, we would recommend any prospective purchasers make their own enquiries with the local authority.

Do You Need A Survey? - If you are not buying one of our properties, but need a survey or valuation, please contact our offices for further information and advice on 01332 296396. We offer a range of surveys and valuations to cover all house types.

Ref: R12654 -


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