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Guide Price at £485,000 to £510,000.
CONTACT HAUS TO ARRANGE A VIEWING. A spacious 5 bedroom and 2 bathroom semi-detached house with a fabulous south facing lawned garden and a woodland backdrop. Built in 1939, offering well-proportioned accommodation on 3 floors, including a loft conversion with a double bedroom and en-suite. Retains period features complemented by modern touches. Benefits from gas central heating and majority double glazing. Offers scope to update and add value in places including the potential to extend and create a popular open plan living kitchen with direct access onto the garden, subject to consents. Gated driveway and detached garage. Freehold.
On the ground floor, double oak doors open into an entrance lobby with a period tiled floor. A further door with stained glass panels leads into a reception hall, retaining feature oak panelling and a matching staircase, creating a homely feel. There is a useful under-stair closet. The front, bay window lounge is a generous size room with a focal coal effect gas fire and surround. The rear dining room has a focal log burner set within a Grindleford stone surround, three radiators within cabinets, fitted shelving and a French door into a lean-to garden room. The garden room has a slate tiled floor, access into a potting shed, and access onto the south facing garden. The breakfast kitchen adjoins the dining room and again is of a larger than average size with a range of fitted units, finished with splash-back tiling. Included within the sale is an integrated double oven, a gas hob, and an extractor above. There is plumbing for a dishwasher and space for a breakfast table and chairs. One of the wall units houses the Glow-Worm gas central heating boiler. A door leads into a utility room with further units and provision for further appliances. The ground floor is completed with a cloakroom with a WC.
On the first floor, there are four bedrooms, one of the front rooms being a master, bay window, double room with a vanity wash basin. The rear bedrooms have a fabulous garden and woodland outlook. The bathroom has a white suite with a bath, a separate shower enclosure, wash basin and WC. Stairs rise to a second floor with a spacious bedroom and en-suite shower room. The bedroom has Velux windows to the front and rear, a range of fitted storage units and shelving. The en-suite has a shower enclosure, a vanity wash basin and WC. The rear Velux windows in the bedroom and en-suite have fabulous views.
Outside, the property is set back from the road behind a beech hedge with a lawned front garden and a Cherry tree. A block-paved driveway provides parking for two vehicles with additional parking to the side of the house, behind gates, in turn leading into a detached garage. A gate leads a stunning, generous size, south facing lawned garden. The garden has matured planted borders, hedging for privacy, a Willow tree, small pond, greenhouse, and garden shed.
Ringinglow Road is an extremely popular road, well-placed for highly regarded nearby schools, shops, and amenities, whilst having the open countryside on your doorstep. There are excellent public transport links and access to the city centre, hospitals, universities, and the Peak District.