Part of an historic 1800s property, this two bedroom semi detached character home comes to the market for the first time in over thirty years. Benefits include its convenient location, original features, double bedrooms, 100ft rear garden, garage and driveway plus the opportunity, if desired, to update and extend (stpp)
Set back from the road, it is believed the original property was built during the reign of George III either as one house or a pair of cottages. Excitingly, both semis are being offered for sale and this, the left hand half oozes Georgian charm. In the living room, the large floor to ceiling original brick fireplace, complete with bread oven is of particular note.
A multi-fuel log burner has been installed by the current owners and provides ample warmth to the living areas. Background economy 7 heating is also installed with underfloor heating available in other parts of the property
The rustic theme continues in the delightful kitchen with its range of wall and floor storage cupboards, 2.5 Belfast sink plus additional space for appliances including cooker, dishwasher and washing machine.
The garden room has glazed french doors to the garden
The underfloor heating is repeated in the downstairs family bathroom. Particularly spacious with double ended bath, separate shower, twin vanity sinks, low level wc and chrome ladder towel warmer.
On the first floor there are two double bedrooms, one to the rear overlooking the garden and to the front, the master bedroom benefits from a far reaching view to the domed roof tower of St Michaels Abbey.
Outside and to the front, there is driveway parking leading to the side garage and large rear garden beyond.
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