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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Langtry Grove, New Basford, Nottingham

Offers in Region of £230,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Edwardian 3 storey semi detached house
  • 3/4 bedrooms. Bedroom four/breakfast kitchen
  • First floor bathroom/WC
  • Spacious lounge with bay window & fireplace
  • Dining room & breakfast room both with fireplaces
  • Utility/WC, store, open porch & entrance hall
  • Basement providing additional storage
  • Gas central heating
  • Established gardens
  • No upward chain

Full description

An Edwardian semi detached house which has retained its character, offers versatile accommodation with 3/4 bedrooms with bedroom 4 being used as a breakfast kitchen. There is also a bathroom/WC, 3 reception rooms, utility/WC with adjoining store & basement, all standing within established gardens.

Accommodation - David James have the pleasure of offering for sale this traditional bay fronted three storey Edwardian semi detached house which has retained all its charm and character and offers versatile living accommodation, all situated within a quiet Grove, ideally placed for Nottingham city centre with regular public transport services available. The three/four double bedrooms with first floor bedroom four presently being used as a breakfast kitchen have the benefit of a bathroom and complemented by three spacious ground floor reception rooms as well as a utility and store, all centred around an impressive entrance hall protected by an open porch. The established gardens have an abundance of shrubs and also provides screening from the Grove.

An open porch with decorative arch and quarry tile floor provides protection to the main entrance which has an opaque glazed panelled door leading to the entrance hall which is an impressive introduction to this home with original Minton tiled floor, decorative arch, picture rail and both coving and centre ceiling rose. A staircase with open balustrade gives access to the first floor accommodation and the entrance hall extends all the way towards the rear of the property and in turn provides access to the rear garden as well as leading to all three reception rooms.

The main living room is an impressive room with walk-in bay window and traditional 9’10 high ceiling with original coving and decorative centre ceiling rose. The focal point is an open fire set within a 1930’s style fireplace with tiled surround with raised hearth and mantel.

The second sitting room which would originally have been used as a dining room enjoys views over the rear garden and again has a traditional 9’10 high ceiling with original coving and decorative centre ceiling rose. An open fireplace has a 1930’s tile surround with raised hearth.

The third reception room which would be normally used as a breakfast room also enjoys views over the rear garden and has a quarry tile floor, open fireplace and original full height storage cupboards.

The adjoining store and utility could all be combined to provide on large dining kitchen if required. The utility room has a pedestal washbasin, WC and provision and plumbing for an automatic washing machine.

The first floor two tier landing has an enclosed staircase giving access to the second floor which includes a useful storage cupboard beneath. Panelled doors lead off to all three bedrooms.

Bedroom one is a spacious double room extending the full width of the property and has two windows which incorporates a bay overlooking the front elevation. The room is presently being used as a dining room and has a picture rail and traditional high ceiling with original coving. The focal point is an open 1930’s style fireplace with tiled surround with raised hearth and mantel.

Bedroom two is also a double room overlooking the rear garden and has retained its picture rail, fitted wardrobe and open fireplace with tiled surround.

Bedroom four is a double room, presently being used as a breakfast kitchen, fitted with a range of base level units with matching rolled edge working surfaces with inset stainless steel sink. There is space for a gas cooker as well as room for a stacked fridge freezer. Features include a breakfast bar which is positioned to take full advantage of the rear views.

The bathroom/WC has a three piece white suite with mosaic tile splashbacks and incorporates a panelled bath with plumbed in mains pressure shower.

Double bedroom three can be found on the second floor which has a window to the side elevation and original decorative open cast iron fireplace.

The property benefits from gas central heating with a combination gas boiler providing instant domestic hot water and a basement divided into three areas provides additional storage.

Outside, the tree lined Grove has a variety of period homes and the front garden is screened by an original stone wall and established shrubs and consists of a small terrace with granite chippings. There is access down the side of the property to the rear garden which is a green oasis surrounded by established shrubs and trees including lawned areas, wildlife pond, two seating areas one with pergola above and both an original brick built outbuilding and a greenhouse.

To summarise, an Edwardian home full of charm and character situated within an established tree lined Grove, ideally placed for Nottingham city centre. The present layout could be easily altered to provide a truly spacious four bedroomed home, ideal for any family buyer.

Ground Floor -

Entrance Hall - 8.26m max x 2.51m max (27'1 max x 8'3 max) -

Living Room - 4.78m max x 4.01m max (15'8 max x 13'2 max) -

Dining Room - 3.94m max x 3.43m max (12'11 max x 11'3 max) -

Breakfast Room - 3.61m max x 3.56m max (11'10 max x 11'8 max) -

Utility/Wc - 2.41m x 1.37m (7'11 x 4'6) -

Store - 2.44m x 1.14m (8' x 3'9) -

First Floor -

Bedroom One - 5.36m max x 4.78m max (17'7 max x 15'8 max) -

Bedroom Two - 3.96m max x 3.43m max (13' max x 11'3 max) -

Bedroom Four/Breakfast Kitchen - 3.48m max x 2.84m max (11'5 max x 9'4 max) -

Bathroom/Wc - 2.44m x 1.83m (8' x 6') -

Second Floor -

Bedroom Three - 5.44m x 3.45m (17'10 x 11'4) -

Outside -

Garden - 25.91m max (85' max) -

This Property Is Legally Prepared - The vendor’s conveyancer could be in a position to send out draft contracts to the Purchaser’s conveyancer within 48 hours of a sale being agreed. This could save up to 25 days on the transaction time.

Disclaimers - These particulars are produced in good faith, are set out as a general guide only and do not constitute any part of a contract. No person in the employment of David James Estate Agents Ltd has any authority to make any representation whatsoever in relation to the property. All services, together with electrical fittings or fitted appliances have NOT been tested.

Marketing Materials - All the measurements given in the details are approximate. Floor plans are for illustrative purposes only and are not drawn to scale. The position and size of doors, windows, appliances and other features are approximate only. The photographs of this property have been taken with a 10mm wide-angle lens. No responsibility can be accepted for any loss or expense incurred in viewing. If you have a property to sell you may wish to take advantage of our free valuation service.

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17 May 2016

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