* DETACHED FAMILY HOME * TRADITIONAL 1950'S BUILD * EXTENDED * 4 BEDROOMS * LARGE FAMILY BATHROOM * KITCHEN OPEN PLAN TO DINING AREA * LOUNGE & FAMILY ROOM * LARGE REAR GARDEN * POPULAR LOCATION * Read more
* DETACHED FAMILY HOME * TRADITIONAL 1950'S BUILD * EXTENDED * 4 BEDROOMS * LARGE FAMILY BATHROOM * KITCHEN OPEN PLAN TO DINING AREA * LOUNGE & FAMILY ROOM * LARGE REAR GARDEN * POPULAR LOCATION *
A traditional bay fronted detached house, extended and improved over the years to produce a spacious family sized home being well presented throughout. The property offers four bedrooms, three being doubles and a family bathroom. On the ground floor an entrance hall with staircase, cloakroom/wc branching off, large lounge, family room opening out onto the patio and rear garden, fitted kitchen being open plan to the dining area. Other features include gas fired central heating and double glazed windows. The house occupies a great position within this popular residential area, set back from the close with a presscrete drive and the remainder of the garage providing a store/workshop. There is a delightful well established and good sized garden to the rear.
Accommodation - A recessed porch with a coach light and a couple of steps leading up to the obscure glazed timber panelled front door leading in to the entrance hall.
Entrance Hall - 4.22m x 2.39m (including stairs) (13'10" x 7'10" ( - A lovely spacious and central entrance hall having solid oak flooring, staircase rising to the first floor with balustrade, glazed door to cloaks cupboard with feature port hole window, coat hooks and electric fuse board, further door to understairs wc.
Wc - This cloakroom wc utilises the space beneath the staircase and is fitted with a modern two piece white suite with chrome fittings including a wc, circular wash basin set onto a mosiac tiled top with mixer tap.
Lounge - 5.28m into bay x 3.30m (17'4" into bay x 10'10") - This large reception room has a bay window to front and two feature port hole windows to the side, a lovely wood burning stove with tiled hearth and stone surround, coved ceiling, tv, cable and phone points.
Dining Room - 2.69m x 2.36m (8'10" x 7'9") - The dining room is open plan to the kitchen, has a continuation of the oak flooring, window overlooking the rear garden, an opening through to the family room.
Family Room - 3.35m x 2.77m (11'0" x 9'1") - This third versatile reception room is currently used as an additional sitting room having a coved ceiling and a set of sliding double glazed patio doors opening out onto the patio and rear garden.
Kitchen - 5.99m x 2.16m (19'8" x 7'1") - This galley style kitchen is open plan to the dining area and is extensively fitted with a range of wall and base cabinets and drawers finished with timber edged and tiled work surfaces with mosaic splashback and stainless steel sink, built-in appliances include a double eye level oven and grill, electric hob with extractor above, further appliance spaces available including plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher and vent for tumble dryer, tiled floor with electric underfloor heating, ceiling spotlights, Potterton gas central heating boiler, obscure window to side and further window and external door leading out to the rear garden.
First Floor Landing - The turning staircase rises up to the first floor landing with built-in storage cupboards with shelving, ceiling downlights, loft hatch, access to four bedrooms and the bathroom.
Bedroom One - 4.22m into bay x 3.30m (13'10" into bay x 10'10") - This double master bedroom has a large bay window to front with glimpses across Radcliffe and the Trent Valley and a run of built-in part mirrored wardrobes.
Bedroom Two - 3.96m x 3.30m (13'0" x 10'10") - A second double bedroom with two built-in storage cupboards, tv point and window affording a lovely outlook over the rear garden and far reaching views across Shelford Tops.
Bedroom Three - 5.79m x 2.31m (19'0" x 7'7") - This third double bedroom forms part of the two storey extension added to the side of the original house with split levelled floor space, ceiling downlights, windows to front and rear, tv point and a built-in double wardrobe.
Bedroom Four - 2.39m x 2.18m (7'10" x 7'2") - This was the original third bedroom now a fourth single room currently used as a study and craft room with built-in storage cupboard and window to front.
Bathroom - 2.74m x 2.39m (9'0" x 7'10") - A family bathroom, fitted with a modern three piece white suite with chrome fittings including a wc, panelled bath with glazed screen and chrome thermostatic shower over, wash hand basin set onto a counter top with double cupboard beneath, part tiling and tongue and groove panelling to the walls, ceiling downlights, shaver point and airing cupboard housing the water cylinder.
Outside - The property occupies a superb position within this quiet and popular residential close, set well back from the road with a presscrete driveway providing ample car standing space, in turn leading up to the porch with coach light, the remainder of the garage and edged with raised borders enclosed by shrubs, a brick wall and fencing.
Remaining Garage - 2.49m x 2.16m (8'2" x 7'1") - Part of the garage has been converted to enlarge the kitchen however their remains a useful store and workshop with timber framed bi-fold doors to the front, power points, lighting, work bench and electric meter, a timber gate and pathway with light leads down the side of the property to the rear garden.
Rear Garden - The rear garden is a fantastic feature to the property offering mature and established outside space with a raised patio screened at each side with timber panelling and a couple of steps leading down to the main area of garden laid to shaped lawn edged with well stocked borders with a winding path to the foot. At the bottom of the garden there are some raised beds retained by stone walling with a set of steps rising up to a further paved seating area with a number of mature fruit trees also housing a timber shed, wood store and timber framed gazebo, looking back down towards the house.
Radcliffe On Trent - 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.
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.