• Asking price

    £450,000 Offers Over
  • Bathrooms

    2

  • Bedrooms

    4

Centrally positioned in a row of Victorian terraces, this handsome four-bedroom palisaded villa is brilliantly situated within the Stoneygate Conservation Area, boasting over 2000 square feet of living space.

Description

Centrally positioned in a row of Victorian terraces, this handsome four-bedroom palisaded villa is brilliantly situated within the Stoneygate Conservation Area. It exceeds 2000 square feet of living space over three beautifully curated storeys, and has been the subject of an exemplary renovation throughout, blending period features with excellent contemporary elements, some framing views to its private garden. The house is situated a few minutes’ walk from Queens Road and Allandale Road with its extensive range of boutique bars, restaurants and independent coffee shops. The house has been redesigned with great consideration and precision. The original footprint is exploited to maximum effect; the layout has been extended at the rear curating a modern and contemporary kitchen complete with dual aspect windows, French doors and VELUX skylights to the rear allowing an influx of natural light to take centre stage. Two distinct aesthetics blend harmoniously to create a truly special set of interior spaces.

The entrance sits back from the pavement behind a neat shrubbery whilst a wide entrance hall complete with original Minton tiled flooring delicately links the downstairs accommodation together with access to two principle reception rooms and an extended breakfast kitchen/diner. To the left hand side, a large principle drawing room boasts a wide sash-window to the front aspect, a log-burner fireplace centrally positioned proving as an excellent focal point couples with original picture rails and ceiling rose paying homage to the era the home was built in. A second reception room is centrally positioned on the downstairs floorplan and includes timber French doors providing convenient access and most appealing views onto the courtyard garden, complete with an open chimney brick-surround, oak-framed doors and original picture rails. Following a clever extension to the rear, a meticulously designed open plan living/dining split-tier breakfast kitchen follows a neutral colour-theme of soft grey and white is complemented with wood-effect flooring and modern spotlights. An extensive range of integrated appliances include fridge-freezer, dishwasher and five-ring gas cylinder hob with concealed extractor hood, sufficient eye-level wall and base units. The addition of VELUX skylights and four double-glazed windows to the side aspect make this space incredibly bright, airy and aesthetically pleasing. A conveniently positioned w/c completes the downstairs accommodation alongside access to a deceptively spacious cellar which subject to necessary consents could be altered to add to the existing living space.

With stairs rising to the first floor, three double bedrooms and a three piece family bathroom can be found. The larger of the three is positioned to the front of the plan, punctuated with a large sash window to the front aspect. Bedroom two is spacious in size offering a leafy aspect through secondary double-glazed sash windows whilst offering built-in cupboard space. A third and final bedroom is positioned to the rear of the landing (configured as an office currently.) Presented in excellent condition with a large sash-bay window and sufficient space for free-standing furniture. A stylishly appointed three piece family bathroom with separate w/c completes the first floor accommodation and follows a bold inclusion of a teal and white colour palette, pairing nicely together. A second flight of stairs ascends to a fourth and final master-bedroom complete with a modern three piece en-suite. Here, two large double-glazed sash windows are positioned to the front offering pleasant views onto the quiet residential road with a large three-piece en-suite shower room, completing the accommodation on offer.

To the rear, a low-maintenance and private North-facing courtyard style-garden offers immense privacy from nearby properties with an established Oak tree and mature shrubbery, complete with a separate patio paved area. Readily available on-street parking can be found directly outside the property. Priced competitively for an immediate sale, an early viewing truly is essential to appreciate the space and charm the property has to offer.

Vendor comments:

" We have loved living on Springfield Road. The house itself felt right from the moment we stepped through the door - high ceilings, well proportioned rooms, solidly built, and with character features. It was easy to make it feel like home, and we'll be missing the lovely neighbourhood and of course, all the shops on Queens Road! Whoever is lucky enough to move here, I am sure will be very happy. "

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