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Guide Price at £215,000 to £230,000.
An attractive and well-presented 3 bedroom stone fronted house in Crookes. Light and airy space over three floors with period features complemented by modern decorative tones. Features include two reception rooms, a log burner in the lounge, an off-shot kitchen, a modern bathroom, and an end of row rear garden. 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 homely feel with popular decorative tones, an engineered oak floor and a focal cast iron log burner and fire surround. The dining room is also beautifully presented, finished with a focal Victorian decorative fire surround, floor to ceiling fitted units to one alcove and a rear window with a garden outlook. A doorway leads into an off-shot kitchen, having a range of fitted units, extending along one wall into the dining room. There are oak effect work surfaces, concealed lighting, a side window, and a side external door. Included within the sale is an integrated double oven, a hob, extractor. and a built-in washing machine. There is space for a fridge freezer with bespoke fitted surrounding units. The ground floor is completed with a cellar head with steps leading down to a front storage cellar.
On the first floor, there is a landing, a front double bedroom with a useful under-stair closet, a rear single bedroom, and a bathroom. The latter has a modern white suite with a shower above the bath, with a shower screen, a wash basin and WC, finished with splash-back tiling and a tiled floor. On the second floor, there is a double bedroom with Velux windows to the front and rear, and a range of storage units. There is the potential to extend the floorspace into the roof eaves, subject to consents.
Outside, there is a front garden with planting. At the rear, there is a west facing, end of row, garden with a block-paved terrace and space for a shed.
Bosville Road is a popular road, well-placed for local shops and amenities, highly regarded schools, recreational facilities, public transport, and access to the hospitals, universities, city centre and the Peak District.