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Guide Price at £435,000 to £465,000
An extended and beautifully presented 1950’s brick detached house situated on a sought-after cul-de-sac in Bradway. Improved by the present owners to create light and airy space over two floors with 4 bedrooms, 2 shower rooms and 3 reception rooms, offering excellent family accommodation. Double storey side extension. Benefits from gas central heating, double glazing, cavity wall insulation and a security alarm. Set within immaculate lawned gardens with an array of planting, a block-paved driveway for 2/3 vehicles and a detached double garage with an electric door. Freehold.
On the ground floor, there is an entrance lobby with a tiled floor and a further glazed door into the reception hall. The hallway is larger in size with neutral decorative tones, two useful storage cupboards, one for cloaks, along with a modern cloakroom, having a white WC and vanity wash basin. The front lounge benefits from dual aspect windows, the front having an attractive garden outlook, a flow of the neutral decor and a focal fire surround. The dining room also has a focal fire surround, patio doors onto the rear garden and an archway into a third reception room. The snug offers versatility as it can be used as a family room, games room, home office or a music room. The dining room adjoins the breakfast kitchen, offering the potential to create an open plan design if required, subject to consents. The kitchen houses a range of fitted units, complemented by stylish splash-back tiling and a limestone tiled effect Karndean floor. Included within the sale is an integrated double oven, a ceramic hob with an extractor above, a washing machine and fridge. There is space for a table and chairs, a window overlooking the garden, a side external door and a useful pantry, housing the Worcester boiler.
On the first floor, there is a landing with a fitted airing cupboard and a ceiling hatch with a ladder providing access to a partially boarded loft. The master bedroom is a generous size with attractive views to the rear and a door into the side extension, comprising of a dressing room and a larger size modern en-suite shower room. There are an additional three bedrooms, all well-presented. The family shower room and en-suite have both been renewed in recent years to a high standard with modern suites and stylish tiling. The family shower room was previously a bathroom and could be changed to suit a buyer’s needs.
Outside, the property is set back from the road behind beautiful lawned gardens with dry stone walling and an array of planting to provide seasonal colour. There is a block-paved driveway for 2/3 vehicles leading into a detached, brick, double garage with an electric door. There is gated access to both sides of the property, into an enclosed, further well-kept, level, lawned garden with borders, a shed and an Indian stone flagged terrace.
Twentywell View is a popular cul-de-sac well placed for local shops and amenities, reputable schools, public transport, recreational facilities and access to the city centre, hospitals, universities, Dore Train Station and the Peak District.