3 bedroom terraced house for saleNorth Street, Derby
- Victorian Property of Style and Character
- Close To Darley Park and City Centre
- Character Features
- Noted Strutts Park Area
- Popular Location
- Gas Central Heating and Double Glazing
- Entrance Hall and Passage Landing
- Lounge, Dining Room, Breakfast Kitchen
- Three Bedrooms, Bathroom
- Front Garden, Private Rear Garden
An opportunity to acquire this three bedroom late Victorian palisade terrace occupying a convenient and sought after residential area close to Darley Park and the City centre.
We believe the property was built in the 1890's and is constructed of red brick beneath a roof of tile with the front elevation being of an attractive appearance revealed by ground floor bay window, stone lintels and sills, period style sash sealed unit double glazing and entrance door.
The property is slightly set back from the pavement edge behind a foregarden and pathway leading to the entrance door.
An internal inspection will reveal spacious, gas central heating and double glazing living accommodation, which in brief comprises, on the ground floor, entrance hall with staircase leading to first floor, lounge, dining room, breakfast kitchen, lean to store room, first floor passage way landing, three bedrooms and bathroom.
To the rear of the property there is a private enclosed rear garden.
The property's position is within easy walking distance of Darley Park, the River Derwent and the City centre, where the noted Cathedral Quarter boasts some fine period architecture and designer/boutique style shops.
Also within easy reach is the intu Shopping centre with a state of the art cinema and a large selection of retail outlets. Friar Gate provides some up-market eateries and bars. The property is situated in a catchment area for excellent primary and secondary schools, regular bus services are located a short walk away.
It also offers easy access to nearby trunk roads including the A6, A38 and A52, which in turn provide onward travel to other regional centres and the main motorway network.
Ground Floor -
Vestibule - With oak entrance door with inset windows with leaded finish, deep skirting boards and architraves, high ceiling, coving to ceiling, dado rail and featured half glazed internal door with leaded finish opening into entrance hall.
Entrance Hall - With deep skirting boards and architraves, high ceiling, coving to ceiling, dado rail, coat hangers, period archway and staircase leading to the first floor with handrail.
Charming Lounge - 4.42m into bay x 3.61m (14'6" into bay x 11'10") - With chimney breast with featured pine fireplace with cast iron surrounds and inset gas fire and raised hearth, deep skirting boards and architraves, high ceiling, coving to ceiling, picture rail, featured wall papered wall, featured sealed unit double glazed sash style bay window with aspect to front, radiator, internal oak door and featured double opening half glazed doors opening into dining room.
Dining Room - 3.91m x 3.81m (12'10" x 12'6") - With chimney breast with electric fire, deep skirting boards and architraves, high ceiling, coving to ceiling, radiator, PVCu double glazed window, oak door giving access to the kitchen, featured double opening half glazed doors opening back into the lounge and additional oak internal door.
Breakfast Kitchen - 4.50m x 2.72m (14'9" x 8'11") - With 1½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap, base units with drawer and cupboard fronts, tiled splash-backs, wall and base fitted units with matching worktops, built-in five ring gas hob with extractor hood over, built-in double electric fan assisted oven, plumbing for automatic washing machine, plumbing for dishwasher, concealed Worcester boiler, tiled flooring, panelled door giving access to cellar, half glazed door giving access to lean to store and PVCu double glazed window overlooking rear garden.
Lean To Store - Providing storage and door giving access to garden.
First Floor Landing - With deep skirting boards and architraves, high ceiling, coving to ceiling, dado rail, attractive balustrade, built-in storage cupboard with access point to roof (potential loft conversion subject to planning permission).
Bedroom 1 - 4.62m x 3.73m (15'2" x 12'3") - With chimney breast with featured period fireplace, deep skirting boards and architraves, high ceiling, coving to ceiling, radiator, double glazed sash style window with aspect to front and internal panelled door.
Bedroom 2 - 3.76m x 3.02m (12'4" x 9'11") - With chimney breast with fireplace with surround, deep skirting boards and architraves, high ceiling, radiator, PVCu double glazed window and internal panelled door.
Bedroom 3 - 3.45m x 2.84m (11'4" x 9'4") - With radiator, double glazed window to rear and internal panelled door.
Bathroom - 1.83m x 1.80m (6' x 5'11") - In white with bath with mixer tap/shower attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, tiled splash-backs, tiled flooring, heated chrome towel rail/radiator, double glazed obscure window and internal panelled door.
Front Garden - The property is set back from the pavement edge behind a fore garden with pathway leading to the entrance door.
Private Enclosed Rear Garden - There is a pleasant enclosed rear garden designed for low maintenance and enjoys attractive paving with raised flower beds, shrubs and plants.
Car Parking - There is on street car parking. Permit parking - one car is £25 per year, second car is £50 per year.
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