2 bedroom terraced house for saleWaller Street, Leamington Spa, CV32
- Victorian End Terrace
- Bay Fronted
- Excellent Potential
- Desired Location
- Two Reception Rooms
- 2/3 Bedrooms
- Generous Garden
A bay fronted Victorian end-terrace, situated in a desired north Leamington location, which would offer the buyer the potential to make their own choices in terms of layout, fixtures and fittings. The property is entered into an entrance hall which leads to a bay fronted sitting room, a dining room and to the kitchen at the rear. This allows side access to the garden, access to the cellar and to the bathroom at the rear which in turn leads to the downstairs WC. What was formerly the master bedroom has been separated into two rooms utilising a stud wall, whilst the bedroom behind this has become the master double bedroom. At the rear of the property, the third bedroom has been converted to a WC. Outside there is a small foregarden and a generous south-easterly facing rear garden.
Location - Waller Street is an attractive street of largely period terraced homes, in a desired north Leamington location and positioned away from a main road. The property is conveniently positioned less than ½ a mile away from the Parade, at the heart of Leamington Spa town centre, which offers a wide range of cafes, restaurants and retail outlets. For convenience there is a choice of local shops within a ¼ of a mile. The property is also well positioned for excellent communication links, there is a bus stop within ¼ mile and Leamington Spa railway station is approximately one mile away.
On The Ground Floor -
Entrance Hall - Entered from the arched storm porch, via a panelled door with inset partially obscured glazed panels. A high level window above has leaded lights, with some inset stained glass and partially obscured panels. The entrance hall has original panelled doors radiating to the sitting room, dining room and to the kitchen at the rear, whilst stairs rise to the first floor. There is a picture rail, a dado rail, a ceiling mounted light point and a panelled radiator plumbed to the gas central heating system.
Sitting Room - 13'9" into bay x 11'3" (4.19m into bay x 3.43m) - Having double glazed bay window to the front aspect, whilst the focal point of the room is a feature fireplace with wooden surround, marble hearth and gas fire. There is a ceiling mounted light point, picture rail and a panelled radiator plumbed to the gas central heating system.
Dining Room - 13'2" max x 9'5" max (4.01m max x 2.87m max) - Having a double glazed window allowing a view towards the rear garden, whilst the focal point of the room is a fireplace, with composite surround and gas fire. Adjoining this there are some original integrated and shelved storage cupboards. There is a ceiling mounted light point, a picture rail and a panelled radiator plumbed to the gas central heating system.
Kitchen - 10'2" max x 8'1" max (3.10m max x 2.46m max) - Having a partially obscured double glazed door to the side aspect, a double glazed window to the side aspect, whilst panelled doors radiate to the bathroom and to the access to the cellar. The kitchen has been fitted with a complementary range of base and eye level fitted cabinets, finished in a wood effect, with a concealed extractor and concealed fridge freezer. Above the base units there is a marble effect roll top work surface with an inset 1½ bowl sink and drainer, with a chrome mixer tap over, whilst there is also an inset four burner gas hob, with integrated oven and grill beneath. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine, a ceiling mounted light point, a panelled radiator plumbed to the gas central heating system and a ceramic tiled floor.
Bathroom - 6'11" x 5'5" (2.11m x 1.65m) - Having a Velux window to the rear aspect and a door leads to the WC. The bathroom has been fitted with a two piece suite, which includes a pedestal sink with chrome taps over, a panelled bath with chrome taps over and a wall mounted Triton T80si electric shower over. There is a ceiling mounted light point, tiled splashbacks and a panelled radiator plumbed to the gas central heating system.
Wc - 7'0" x 2'9" (2.13m x 0.84m) - Having a double glazed window to the side aspect, a white low level flush WC and a ceiling mounted light point.
On The First Floor -
Landing - Having original panelled doors radiating to three bedrooms and an access hatch to the loft space. The dado rail continues from the lower ground floor, there is a wooden balustrade to the stairs and a ceiling mounted light point.
Bedroom One (Rear) - 13'1" x 9'5" (3.99m x 2.87m) - Having a double glazed window allowing a view of the rear garden, whilst the focal point of the room is an original fireplace. There is a ceiling mounted light point and a panelled radiator plumbed to the gas central heating system.
Bedrooms three and two were formerly a master bedroom which has been divided into two separate rooms.
Bedroom Three - 11'8" x 5'2" (3.56m x 1.57m) - This has a small double glazed window to the front aspect and a sliding door leading to bedroom two. There is a ceiling mounted light point and a panelled radiator plumbed to the gas central heating system.
Bedroom Two - 11'8" x 8'6" max (3.56m x 2.59m max) - Having a double glazed window to the front aspect, whilst there are two double wardrobes with folding doors with hanging space, shelving and high level cupboards above, these are positioned either side of where the fireplace was and the recess between now fits a double bed. There is a ceiling mounted light point and a panelled radiator plumbed to the gas central heating system.
Wc - 10'3" max x 8'2" max (3.12m max x 2.49m max) - This room was formerly a bedroom and is regularly where a bathroom is positioned, in a two bedroomed period terraced property. There is a double glazed window to the rear aspect, a push button operated low level flush WC and a pedestal sink with chrome taps over both on a macerator system. There is a ceiling mounted light point, a panelled radiator and a corner airing cupboard, with louvred doors, containing the boiler for gas central heating and hot water, with slatted shelving above.
Cellar - Entered from the kitchen down a flight of stairs. This space continues to the front of the property, it has a ceiling mounted light point, a wall mounted gas meter, a wall mounted electric meter and fuse board. The main chamber has a ceiling mounted light point and an area at the front that was formerly a coal shoot.
Front - The property is separated from the pavement behind a foregarden, which is surrounded by metal railings and entered via a metal gate. The foregarden is paved and leads to the storm porch.
Rear - The rear garden is generously proportioned and south-easterly facing. The main open section of the garden is approached via steps up and has central areas of patio, with an adjoining area of pea gravel, all of which are surrounded by well stocked herbaceous borders. Attached to the rear of the house there is a large timber garden shed, which can be accessed from the side and has windows to both the side and rear aspects, whilst it has wall mounted shelving, lighting, electric power outlets and a work bench. Within the garden shed there is a covered access to a well, utilised historically as a water supply. An area of block paving runs down the side of the property and garden shed, linking to the steps up to the rear section of the garden, passing a raised flower bed, retained within a railway sleeper wall.
General Information -
Tenure - Freehold.
Services - We understand that all mains services are connected to the property. We have not carried out any form of testing of appliances, central heating or other services and prospective purchasers must satisfy themselves as to their condition and efficiency.
Fixtures And Fittings - Specifically excluded unless mentioned in these sales particulars.
Council Tax - Band D - Warwick District Council.
Ref - SD/DMB/595/1
Directions - From the Agent's office travel up the Parade in a northerly direction, crossing over two sets of traffic lights, at the third turn right onto Clarendon Avenue. Continue straight on at the mini roundabout, then at the junction with the traffic lights turn left onto Clarendon Street, travelling in a northerly direction. Turn right into Villiers Street, then turn left, travelling north into Upper Hill Street, this turns into Waller Street, shortly after the right hand turn to Villiers Street. Number 1 is the first terraced house on the right hand side. Postcode for sat-nav CV32 5UR.
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