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Guide Price at £290,000 to £310,000.
A lovely 3 bedroom terrace house with a landscaped, south-east facing lawned garden, in S11. Stylish accommodation on three floors with a light and airy feel, benefitting from having some of the floorspace above the shared passageway, two reception rooms, a spacious attic bedroom, a modern off-shot kitchen, and a modern bathroom. Retains period features complemented by popular decorative tones, gas central heating run from a combination boiler, sympathetic wooden double glazed windows apart from the bay window, a re-covered roof in the past and new gutters in 2019. Carpets included.
On the ground floor, there is a front bay window lounge with period features, a chimney breast with an exposed brick recess, a tiled hearth, and a focal log burner. Shelving to one alcove creates a homely feel. The ground floor has stripped panel doors, including one into an impressive dining room, having a polished wood floor, a fabulous exposed brick chimney breast, shelving to one alcove and a south-east facing window with a garden outlook. The off-shot kitchen has fitted units with stainless steel effect work-surfaces, stone splash-back tiling and a slate tiled effect floor. Dual aspect windows create a light and airy feel and a side door opens onto a decked terrace and garden area. Included within the sale is an integrated oven, a gas hob, extractor, dishwasher, and fridge. The ground floor is completed with a cellar head, with steps leading down to a double cellar, offering scope for conversion, subject to consents.
On the first floor, there is a landing with feature wallpaper and panel doors, two bedrooms and a bathroom. The front bedroom is a double room which benefits from additional floorspace above the passage, high ceilings, a bespoke reproduction sash window and an under-stair closet. The rear bedroom is a single room with a garden outlook, adjoining a bathroom, which again is larger than many in size. The bathroom has a white suite with a shower above the bath, a wash basin, WC, modern splash-back tiling, a tiled floor and fitted units housing a Worcester combination boiler. Stairs from the first floor landing rise to a spacious attic double bedroom, having white coloured walls and ceilings, exposed roof timbers, fitted shelving and a glass balustrade to the stairs, storage units within the roof eaves and three Velux windows with blinds.
Outside, there is a small front garden with planting, a shared passage with lighting and a gate into the rear garden, which benefits from being an enclosed, end of row, garden with a south-east aspect, laid with a lawn, surrounded by well-stocked borders with a variety of planting, a decked terrace and a brick store.
Penrhyn Road is a popular road, well-placed for local shops and amenities in Sharrow Vale and Hunters Bar, highly regarded schools, recreational facilities, public transport, and access to the city centre, hospitals, universities, and the Peak District.