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Guide Price at £210,000 to £225,000.
A fabulous, recently refurbished 3 bedroom property with an ultra-stylish interior. In 2020 the interior was taken back to brick, some of the space skillfully re-configured, re-plastered, decorated with modern, light, and airy tones, with modern floor finishes, complemented by a complete re-wire, some new double glazing to match to existing double glazed units, new gas central heating run off a combination boiler, a lovely open plan dining kitchen with new units and appliances, along with a stunning new bathroom. Lawned gardens. There is potential to extend and add a driveway, subject to any necessary consents. Carpets included. Freehold.
A side entrance door opens into an entrance lobby, having an oak, parquet, wood effect floor, which flows through the lounge and into the dining kitchen. The walls are white, creating a light and airy contemporary feel. The lounge is a lovely shape and size with a front bay window and provision for a wall-mounted TV. A useful storeroom has plumbing for a washing machine and houses the Ideal Logic combination boiler. The rear part of the ground floor comprises of an open plan dining kitchen with French doors, providing access onto a west facing newly laid patio, ideal for everyday use and entertaining, catching the afternoon and evening sun. There is a beautiful range of modern fitted kitchen units with wood effect work-surfaces and a breakfast bar, creating the hub of the home. Included within the sale is an integrated oven, a gas hob, and an extractor. There is a space for a fridge freezer, and space for a table and chairs.
On the first floor, there is a landing with a ceiling hatch to the loft, offering scope for conversion, subject to consents. The space has been re-configured to create two lovely, double bedrooms, a larger than average size third bedroom, and a stunning bathroom. All the bedrooms are decorated to a high standard and have new carpets. The bathroom is larger than many, extending above the stairs with building regulation approval, having a white suite with fashionable copper fittings. There is a shower above the bath with an industrial style glass screen, a wash basin, WC, finished with stylish tiling and a copper heated towel rail.
Outside, there is a lawned front garden with fencing and potential to create a driveway, subject to consents. There is side gated access and a larger size lawned rear garden with a west facing aspect and a newly laid flagged patio.
Annesley Road is an extremely popular road, well-placed for local shops and amenities, schools, recreational facilities, public transport, and access to the motorway, Dore Train Station, the city centre, hospitals, universities, and the Peak District.