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Guide Price at £275,000 to £285,000.
A fabulous 3/4 bedroom end terrace house with a stunning basement conversion and a landscaped rear garden. Improved by the present owners in recent years to provide deceptively spacious accommodation over 4 floors, measuring an impressive 1,234 sq.ft. Light and airy space including a modern kitchen, two modern bathrooms, and a study area. Benefits from gas central heating run from a combination boiler and double glazing. Carpets included.
On the ground floor, there is a lovely front lounge having a focal cast iron gas stove set within a chimney with exposed brickwork. Fitted units and shelving to both alcoves create a homely feel. The dining room has a light and airy feel with a garden outlook. The dining room is finished with stripped, floor to ceiling, fitted units to one alcove, and a Karndean tiled effect floor, which flows into the off-shot kitchen. The latter has been skillfully designed with a high ceiling, with a Velux window, along with a side window and a side, glass, external door, again providing ample natural light. The fitted kitchen units have cream frontages and slate splash-back tiling. Included within the sale is an integrated oven, hob, and extractor. There is plumbing for a dishwasher. The American style fridge freezer is available by separate negotiation. The Ideal combination boiler was installed in 2019.
The basement was converted in 2018, adding considerable value, being skillfully designed and finished to a high standard. There is a snug/family room, which offers versatile accommodation as it could be used as a fourth bedroom, leading under the off-shot, into a cozy study area. The front part of the basement has a modern bathroom with a white suite and stylish tiling, with an adjoining utility room, having modern fitted units, a sink, and provision for some appliances. Both the utility room and the snug have double glazed windows.
On the first floor, there are two bedrooms and a bathroom. The front bedroom is a double room with a decorative Victorian fire surround and a useful under-stair closet. The rear bedroom is a single room adjoining a bathroom with a shower above the bath, a vanity wash basin, WC, and fashionable tiling. Stairs rise from the landing to an attic master bedroom, generous in size with windows to three sides, exposed roof timbers, and fitted storage cupboards in the roof eaves.
Outside, there is a brick walled forecourt, a shared passage, and a gate into the rear garden. The latter is the ‘end of a row’ garden, landscaped, with artificial grass and a flagged patio, along with a planted border and fencing for privacy. The garden benefits from an east facing aspect.
Tullibardine Road is an extremely popular road in S11, well-placed for local shops and amenities, highly regarded schools, recreational facilities including Endcliffe Park, public transport, and access to the city centre, hospitals, universities, train station, and the Peak District.