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259,000

Kirk Hill, East Bridgford, Nottingham

SSTC

Features

  • DELIGHTFUL CHARACTER COTTAGE
  • RECENTLY EXTENDED & MODERNISED
  • 2/3 BEDROOMS
  • LARGE DINING KITCHEN
  • MAIN BATHROOM + ENSUITE
  • LOUNGE WITH WOOD BURNER
  • OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING
  • LOVELY SOUTH FACING GARDENS
  • DRIVEWAY
  • EDGE OF VILLAGE LOCATION

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This delightful semi-detached character cottage has been extended and modernised over recent years by the current owner, producing a spacious home with a versatile layout ideally suited to those seeking a unique property situated on the outskirts of this popular Trent Valley village.

The cottage has accommodation comprising of an entrance hall with main staircase and access to the cellar, lounge with wood burner and opening to the rear conservatory, large dining kitchen with spiral staircase to the main bedroom. The first floor has two double bedrooms plus a study/third small bedroom, main bathroom and ensuite.

Other features include a balcony off bedroom one with steps down to the rear garden, oil fired central heating and electric underfloor heating in some areas, driveway and lovely south facing rear garden with large terrace and raised lawn. The property is sold with no upward chain.

ACCOMMODATION
A canopy porch with a solid timber door opening into an entrance lobby.

ENTRANCE LOBBY
With turning staircase rising to the first floor, latch door with steps leading down to the cellar, cupboard housing the fuse board and electric meter, wall light and further door to the lounge.

CELLAR (2.13m x 1.73m (7'0" x 5'8"))
The cellar is accessed off the entrance lobby having a small window with shutter, raised brick thrawls, shelving and light.

LOUNGE (3.76m x 3.56m (12'4" x 11'8"))
A cosy reception room with a feature wood burning stove inset to the chimney breast having an oak surround, power and cabling for wall mounted television if required, window to front, natural slate flooring, exposed beams to the ceiling, latch door through to the dining kitchen and opening to the conservatory.

CONSERVATORY (3.81m x 3.20m (12'6" x 10'6"))
Built to the rear of the property, the conservatory adds extra living space and overlooks the garden constructed with a reclaimed brick base and a timber conservatory structure with windows, French doors and a bandstand style roof structure, natural slate flooring, electric under floor heating, tv, phone and power points.

DINING KITCHEN (5.11m x 3.91m (16'9" x 12'10"))
A fantastic feature to the property is this large dining kitchen fitted with a range of modern cabinets and drawers finished with rolled top work surfaces having a tiled surround, downlights and a stainless steel sink, integrated appliances include a full size dishwasher and washing machine, glazed display cabinet and wine rack, a traditional oil fired Rayburn range cooker which also fuels the central heating and hot water systems. Natural flagstone flooring with electric under floor heating, exposed beams and downlights to the ceiling, two windows to front and two windows overlooking the rear garden, ample room for a dining table and chairs, a stable door leading out to the rear and a wrought iron spiral staircase leading up to the master bedroom.

MASTER BEDROOM (3.86m x 3.45m (12'8" x 11'4"))
This delightful master bedroom is accessed via a secondary wrought iron spiral staircase leading up from the dining kitchen to a large double bedroom and en-suite with the bedroom having a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, two windows to front and one to rear, wooden flooring with under floor heating, stable door opening out onto a timber decked balcony with balustrade and steps leading down to the rear garden. Further door to the en-suite shower room.

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM (2.44m x 1.52m (8'0" x 5'0"))
The en-suite is fully tiled to the walls and floor with tumbled travertine tiling and mosaics, wc, marble circular wash hand basin with mixer tap and a large corner shower cubicle with a curved glazed screen, various features including mixer valves, body jets and radio and a window to rear. Electric under floor heating, extractor fan, shaver point and feature ceiling lights.

LANDING
The main turning staircase rises up to a first floor landing with balustrade providing access to a further double bedroom and study/occasional bedroom three, loft hatch, window to front and latch door through to bedroom two.

BEDROOM TWO (3.81m into recess x 3.66m (12'6" into recess x 12')
A lovely second double bedroom with built-in airing cupboard with mirror fronted doors housing the cold header tank and hot water cylinder fitted with an electric immersion., window to front.

STUDY/OCCASIONAL BEDROOM THREE (2.13m x 1.70m (7'0" x 5'7"))
Currently used as a store room, this study/occasional single bedroom is located above the bathroom, wall lights, laminate flooring and a small window to rear.

BATHROOM (2.13m x 1.70m (7'0" x 5'7"))
The bathroom is partly tiled to the walls, fitted with a traditional white suite with chrome fittings including a wash hand basin, wc and a cast iron enamelled and panelled bath with electric shower over, exposed beams to ceilng,, obscure glazed window to rear and wood effect vinyl flooring.

OUTSIDE
The cottage is located upon the fringe of the village, one of a pair of character properties set back from the road with a small front garden retained by the original brick wall with copings and a timber gate leading up to the canopy porch and front door. The frontage is laid to gravel with bark chipped borders.

DRIVEWAY
To the right hand side of the cottage there is a drop kerb and tarmac entrance with brick pillars leading on to a paved hard standing/driveway with man hole to the septic tank, fencing for screening and a wrought iron gate leading round to the rear garden.

REAR GARDEN
The rear garden is a lovely feature to the property having been landscaped as a cottage garden with various areas and levels including a large paved terrace finished in natural slate with a brick built bbq and wood store, a low level retaining stone wall with raised borders all surrounded by mature shrubs and trees. A set of steps lead up to a further area of lawned garden again edged with flowerbeds and borders and a backdrop of mature trees and the road beyond, circular paved area provides another seating space with timber shed at the side, cascading waterfall feature and steps that lead up to a timber decked balcony with balustrade accessed off the master bedroom with outside lighting, pathway beneath to the rear stable door and canopy porch leading into the dining kitchen.

LOCATION
East Bridgford is a particularly sought after Nottinghamshire village, well equipped with local amenities including highly acclaimed primary school, local shops, two public houses and modern Health Centre. There are lovely walks along the river bank ideally accessed at Gunthorpe Bridge with its cafes, bars and restaurants. The village is ideally placed for commuting to the cities of Nottingham and Leicester, close to the A52 and A46. Further amenities can be found in the nearby market town of Bingham.

COUNCIL TAX
We are led to believe by Rushcliffe Borough Council the property falls into Council Tax Band C.

VIEWINGS
By appointment with Richard Watkinson & Partners.

Viewing
Please contact our Radcliffe on Trent Office on 0115 933 6666 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property or require further information.

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