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Guide Price at £475,000 to £495,000.
CALL HAUS TO ARRANGE A VIEWING. Thornfield is a gorgeous looking stone built 4 bedroom end property set within lovely lawned gardens and a woodland setting. Built in 1876, offering spacious accommodation over 3 floors with two reception rooms, a kitchen and bathroom extension, and a range of basements providing a potential fourth floor with scope for conversion, subject to any necessary consents. Retains period features and benefits from gas central heating run from a combination boiler and partial double glazing. Requires a scheme of general improvement, offering the buyer the potential to add value and create a fabulous family home. Set within a beautiful lawned garden with a gated driveway and a garage. Fabulous setting and views. No chain. Freehold.
On the ground floor, there is a reception hall with a solid oak floor, stairs to the first floor and a door to the basement. The lounge is a generous size with a focal coal effect gas fire and slate period surround, set opposite a bay window with secondary glazing and a garden outlook. The dining room has an oak floor, a window overlooking the garden with wood window shutters, a coal effect gas fire and surround, and a door into a useful store room, which has plumbing for a washing machine, and houses the Worcester gas central heating combination boiler. A stained glass door leads from the dining room into a kitchen extension. The kitchen has fitted units, splash-back tiling, an exposed stone wall, and windows to two sides including patio doors onto the garden. The cooker with a gas hob beneath the extractor, dishwasher and fridge freezer are all included within the sale.
On the first floor, there are two bedrooms, one being a double master bedroom with a bay window. Both bedrooms have fitted wardrobes and excellent views. The bathroom has a bath, a separate shower enclosure, a wash basin and WC. Stairs rise to a second floor landing with doors into two further double bedrooms, both having a Velux window and an arched window with panoramic views. The basement consists of two storage cellars and a central lobby with a store. There are stone flagged floors, a focal dated oven range and a vintage stone sink. One cellar, previously a Victorian kitchen, has a window and a door leading to the garden. There is scope to convert, subject to consents.
Outside, the property commands an enviable position, close to woodland, set behind a stone wall for privacy, with gated access to the entrance door and further double gates, which open on to the driveway for two vehicles and in turn, the garage. The main garden is mainly lawned with a south-east facing aspect and mature planted borders to offer seasonal colour. There is an apple tree, rhubarb, a vegetable bed, and a mature compost heap. A decked terrace is positioned beside the front door, overlooking the garden. The garden flows into a flagged patio with a shed and an old summer house.
Brincliffe Edge Road is an extremely popular road, well-placed for local shops and amenities including a growing cafe culture, restaurants, a theatre, recreational facilities including Chelsea Park, highly regarded local schools, along with public transport and access links to the city centre, hospitals, universities, and the Peak District.