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Guide Price at £160,000 to £175,000
An attractive and well-presented 3 bedroom stone fronted terrace house, situated on a popular cul-de-sac in Walkley. Accommodation on 3 floors with a light and airy feel, retaining period features complemented by modern finishing touches. Benefits from gas central heating run from a combination boiler and double glazing. Lovely lawned rear garden and surrounding views. Carpets included.
On the ground floor, there is a beautiful front lounge having a polished wood floor, stylish wallpaper to some of the walls and a focal chimney breast with some exposed brickwork and a cast iron log burner. The dining kitchen has a range of fitted base and wall units with solid wood work-surfaces, finished with splash-back tiling, a laminate floor, modern decorative tones and feature wallpaper to one wall. There is provision for a cooker and plumbing for a washing machine. A rear window has a pleasant garden outlook and a stable style door allows access. An internal door opens into the cellar head with space for a fridge freezer, with steps leading down to the cellar.
On the first floor, there are two bedrooms and a bathroom. The front double bedroom has a polished wood floor, stylish decor and a useful under-stair closet. The rear bedroom is a single room with a cupboard housing a Worcester combination boiler. The bathroom has a white suite with a shower above the bath, a wash basin, WC, white splash-back tiling and fashionable period styled tiling to the floor. Stairs rise from the first floor landing to an attic double bedroom, well-presented and having a radiator, a double glazed rear dormer window and access hatches into the eaves.
Outside, there is front walled garden with a wrought iron finish and matching gate. A shared passageway leads to the rear, with a gate leading into a lovely rear, garden. The garden has a lawn, planted borders, a flagged patio set beneath a pergola and a brick outhouse for storage (second from the left with the brown door).
Kirkstone Road is a popular cul-de-sac, well-placed for local shops and amenities, local schools, recreational facilities, public transport and access to the city centre, hospitals, universities and the Peak District.