* INDIVIDUAL DETACHED HOUSE * TRADITIONAL 1930'S BUILD * 4 BEDROOMS * EXTENDED TO REAR * LARGE MATURE GARDENS * SOUTH FACING ASPECT * DRIVE, GARAGE & CARPORT * HIGHLY REGARDED LOCATION * CLOSE TO VILLAGE CENTRE * NEIGHBOURING CLIFF TOP WALK * Read more
* INDIVIDUAL DETACHED HOUSE * TRADITIONAL 1930'S BUILD * 4 BEDROOMS * EXTENDED TO REAR * LARGE MATURE GARDENS * SOUTH FACING ASPECT * DRIVE, GARAGE & CARPORT * HIGHLY REGARDED LOCATION * CLOSE TO VILLAGE CENTRE * NEIGHBOURING CLIFF TOP WALK *
This unique and traditional detached family home was constructed back in the 1930's upon one of Radcliffes most highly regarded residential roads, situated within a short walk from both the village centre and the neighbouring picturesque cliff top walks. The house itself has been extended over the years to the ground floor providing accommodation approaching 2,000 sq.ft. including three good sized reception rooms to the ground floor, fitted breakfast kitchen, utility and cloakroom/wc and small cellar. On the first floor a feature galleried landing leads to four well proportioned bedrooms, main bathroom and a separate wc. We are informed by the current owners there is a large open plan loft space with the potential for conversion subject to necessary planning consents and building regulations.
Not only is the house situated within a fantastic location but also occupies a large and established plot, set back from the road with a front garden and drive leading to the car port and small garage. To the rear there is a large south facing and private garden, well established with mature trees and shrubs laid out to lawn, flowerbeds, patio and a traditional large summerhouse and greenhouse at the bottom of the garden.
A RECESSED PORCH WITH ORIGINAL SOLID OAK DOOR OPENING INTO THE:
Entrance Hall - 3.66m x 2.51m (12'0 x 8'3) - A spacious hallway having parquet flooring, turning staircase with balustrade rising to the first floor galleried landing with tall obscure glazed picture window and storage cupboard beneath, wall light points, further window to side and door to:
Cloaks Cupboard - 2.51m x 0.91m (8'3 x 3'0) - A walk-in cloaks cupboard with obscure window, shelving, clothes rail, coat hooks, electric meter and fuse board.
Family Room - 3.78m x 3.66m (12'5 x 12'0) - A versatile reception room currently used as a home office and further sitting room, having feature living flame gas fire with marble hearth and ornate surround, sliding patio doors opening out onto a paved terrace and rear garden.
Lounge - 8.33m x 4.27m max (27'4 x 14'0 max) - This large reception room has been extended to the rear and has a set of internal sliding doors creating an open plan space to the dining room. Having feature open fireplace with stone surround and tiled hearth, window to side, TV and cable connections, aluminium sliding patio doors with three sections leading out to the rear garden.
Dining Room - 4.27m x 3.43m (14'0 x 11'3) - Having solid oak flooring, window overlooking the rear garden, secondary door providing access to the rear of the garage.
Kitchen - 3.66m x 3.66m (12'0 x 12'0) - Fitted with a range of cabinets and drawers, gloss granite effect work surfaces with tiled surround extending into a small breakfast bar, stainless steel sink, further glazed display cabinets, shelving and original double tall larder cupboard, built in full size dishwasher, recess for cooker inset to chimney breast with extractor above, window to front, ceiling downlights, tiled floor, doors through to side lobby and:
Utility - 1.55m x 1.47m (5'1 x 4'10) - Providing space and plumbing for white goods, fitted out with shelving to be used as a pantry, tiled floor and obscure window to front.
Side Lobby - 2.06m x 1.52m (6'9 x 5'0) - Having external door leading out to the carport, tiled floor, store room with shelving and light, further doors to garage, boiler room and:
Cloakroom Wc - 1.40m x 0.86m (4'7 x 2'10) - Having wc, corner wash basin, tiled floor and obscure window to side.
Former Boiler Room / Cellar - A door and set of steps lead down to a half cellar which used to house the boiler now re-positioned in the garage, however the hot water cylinder with immersion remains and the cellar can be used for further storage.
Galleried Landing - Having window to front, access to four bedrooms, bathroom, separate wc, store room/linen cupboard and a loft hatch with drop down ladder accessing a large loft space providing useful storage and potential for conversion to further accommodation if required (subject to any necessary planning, building regs and survey).
Storage Cupboard - 2.29m x 0.81m (7'6 x 2'8) - A walk-in storage cupboard at the end of the landing with window to side, fitted with light, shelving and clothes rail.
Bedroom 1 - 3.78m x 3.66m (12'5 x 12'0) - A double bedroom with window to rear.
Bedroom 2 - 3.78m x 3.61m (12'5 x 11'10) - Having window to rear, fitted with built in double wardrobe.
Bedroom 3 - 3.78m x 3.43m (12'5 x 11'3) - A third double bedroom with window to rear and built in double wardrobe.
Bedroom 4 - 3.45m x 3.00m inc shower (11'4 x 9'10 inc shower) - A fourth bedroom capable of taking a double bed. Fitted with wash hand basin inset to vanity unit, large walk-in shower with tiling, sliding glazed screen and electric shower fitment, chrome heated towel rail, window to side and skylight window.
Bathroom - 3.66m x 2.13m (12'0 x 7'0) - Partly tiled and part timber panelling to the walls, fitted with a four piece suite including bidet, wash hand basin, bath with mixer tap and separate shower, obscure window to front, combined wall light and shaver point, double linen cupboard with shelving
Separate Wc - 2.03m x 0.94m (6'8 x 3'1) - Having wc and obscure window to side.
Outside - The property is situated in one of Radcliffe's most sought after residential streets just off the left hand side of Shelford Road surrounded by other similar individual and predominantly detached properties with large and well kept gardens. Grandfield Avenue is located within a short walk to the centre of the village with its shops, schools and amenities as well as having access at the top of the road onto a beautiful cliff-top walk and far reaching views across the Trent Valley and access to the memorial gardens and recreation ground.
Frontage - The house is set well back from the road affording a lawned frontage with well stocked borders and a low level brick wall with pillars and timber gates and pathway leading to the front door. A driveway provides car standing and leads to a covered car port with space for bins and coal bunker. The car port has outside lights, tap and access to the side entrance lobby, garage and gate with path leading to the rear garden.
Garage - 4.95m x 2.44m (16'3 x 8'0) - Having double opening timber fronted doors, window to side, separate doors to the side entrance lobby and dining room, power points, lighting and recently installed Worcester gas central heating condensing boiler.
Rear Garden - A fantastic feature to the property is its position and substantial plot including large south facing rear garden, well established with mature plants, trees and shrubs, paved terrace outside the family room patio doors, areas of shaped lawn with well stocked borders and flower beds, paved pathways leading down to the bottom of the garden where there is a further area housing greenhouse, substantial timber framed shed/summer house. The garden is completely enclosed by mature hedgerows and affords a good degree of privacy backing onto other large gardens at the rear.
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 F.
Viewings - By appointment with Richard Watkinson & Partners.