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Johns Road, Radcliffe on Trent, Nottingham


  • Detached House
  • Traditional Late 1940's Build
  • Modernisation Required Throughout
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Extended Ground Floor To Rear
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • Drive & Garage
  • Front & Rear Gardens
  • Sought After Location
  • No Upward Chain



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This bay fronted three bedroomed detached family home was traditionally constructed in the late 1940's and is situated within a popular residential street within Radcliffe close to the schools and within walking distance of the village centre.

The house requires general modernisation throughout although benefits from an extension to the rear providing a larger ground floor space which includes an entrance hall, cloakroom/wc, kitchen with pantry, two good sized reception rooms. On the first floor there is a landing leading to three bedrooms, a bathroom and separate wc.

Outside the property sits well upon a mature and good sized plot set back with an attractive frontage with double gates onto a driveway leading to a small single garage at the side. The rear garden is approximately 100 feet long, predominantly lawned with mature trees and hedgerows.

A brick built arched recessed porch has quarry tiling and a upvc obscure double glazed front door opening into the entrance hall.

Having a turning staircase rising to the first floor and obscure windows to side, coving, phone point, doors through to the lounge, dining room, kitchen and sliding door to the cloakroom/wc.

CLOAKROOM/WC (1.22m x 0.94m (4'0" x 3'1"))
Fitted with a two piece suite including a wc, corner wash basin with a tiled splashback, coat hooks, electric meter, fuse board and feature hexagonal leaded and stained glass port hole window.

DINING ROOM (4.09m into bay x 3.45m (13'5" into bay x 11'4"))
The dining room is situated at the front of the house having a large bay window, gas fire with tiled hearth and surround, tv and phone points and coved ceiling.

LOUNGE (5.99m x 3.45m (19'8" x 11'4"))
This large reception room at the rear of the house has been extended, tv point and two windows to side and a large set of sliding double glazed patio doors opening out onto the rear garden.

KITCHEN (4.80m x 2.24m (15'9" x 7'4"))
The kitchen has also been enlarged with the ground floor extension to the rear of the house. The room requires refurbishment and its currently fitted with a basic range of cabinets and drawers, windows to side and rear, sliding door to the pantry beneath the staircase with shelving, light and small window, a uvpc external double glazed door to side.

The first floor landing has an obscure window to side, access to three bedrooms, bathroom, separate wc and a loft hatch with a drop down ladder accessing an insulated open roof space good for storage and the possibility of conversion with over a 6' head height in the pitch of the hipped roof.

BEDROOM ONE (3.96m x 3.45m (13'0" x 11'4"))
The main double bedroom with a large window overlooking the rear garden and a coved ceiling.

BEDROOM TWO (3.66m x 3.45m (12'0" x 11'4"))
A good sized double bedroom with coved ceiling and window to front.

BEDROOM THREE (2.29m x 2.21m (7'6" x 7'3"))
This single bedroom has a coved ceiling and a window to front.

BATHROOM (2.21m x 1.68m (7'3" x 5'6"))
This traditional bathroom is partly tiled to the walls and fitted with a panelled bath and wash hand basin, combined radiator and towel rail, shaver point, obscure window to rear and the airing cupboard housing the gas central heating condensing and combination boiler.

Partly tiled to the walls and fitted with a wc, coved ceiling and small obscure window to side.

The property occupies a great position upon the highly regarded Johns Road surrounded by similar traditionally constructed properties.

The house benefits from an attractive front garden enclosed by mature hedgerows, laid to lawn edged with flowerbeds, a wrought iron pedestrian gate with pathway leads up to the porch and front door. A further set of wrought iron double gates open onto a driveway providing car standing space which in turn leads to the single garage built to the side of the house.

GARAGE (7.85m max x 2.64m (25'9" max x 8'8"))
This single garage has an up and over door and is partly built in brick with an additional timber framed lean-to addition at the rear with door leading to the rear garden. There is power and light in the garage.

A brick built arch with an inset wrought iron gate and pathway leads down the side of the house to the rear garden. There is a well established and large garden at the rear approximately 100 feet in length and predominantly laid to shaped lawn, a raised paved patio to the back of the house, a number of well stocked borders and flowerbeds containing a variety of mature shrubs and trees. The boundaries are laid out with tall hedgerows and fencing, a path continues to the foot of the garden where there is a brick built compost heap and small greenhouse.

Radcliffe on Trent has a wealth of amenities including a good range of shops, doctors, dentists, schooling for all ages, restaurants and public houses, a golf club, bowls club and regular bus and train services. The village is conveniently located for commuting to the cities of Nottingham and Leicester via A52 and A46, M1 South and A1 North plus East Midlands airport.

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

By appointment with Richard Watkinson & Partners.

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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