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Guide Price £350,000 - £375,000
An impressive 3 bedroom extended semi-detached house situated in Carterknowle. Beautifully presented over 2 floors with 3 bedrooms, single storey extension to the rear with open plan living, hive controlled gas central heating with a combination boiler, double glazing, and security alarm. NO CHAIN.
A 1930’s style front door opens into the tiled entrance hallway with period wooden doors and picture rails leading through to the living room and open plan rear extension. The bay fronted living room has a period style feature fireplace with wooden surround, tiled inset and raised hearth, neutrally decorated with period features. A downstairs WC with basin houses generous under stairs storage where the combination boiler is located. From the hallway a door leads through to a spacious, extended open plan living, dining kitchen which benefits from under floor heating and bi folding doors leading out into the rear garden, creating a light, airy space. The kitchen has wood effect wall and base units with contrasting black laminate worktops and black brick shaped tiled splash back. Integrated appliances include gas hob, electric oven, extractor and dishwasher. A separate utility room features more wall and base units with space for a washing machine, free standing fridge freezer and window overlooking the side of the property.
Stairs rise to the first floor which comprises of three bedrooms, one double to the rear and two bedrooms, one being a double to the front, all neutrally decorated with period feature picture rails and uPVC windows. The bathroom is partially tiled with a white suite, bath, WC, basin and corner shower with chrome effect ladder towel rail.
To the front of the property is a privet enclosed block paved and hard standing area, and to the rear is an impressive, enclosed garden, predominantly lawned with raised decking, hot tub, (included in the sale,) and garden shed. To the side of the property is under house storage, currently housing tumble dryer.
Swaledale Road is an extremely popular road with a community feel, well-served by local shops and amenities on Abbeydale Road, with a growing cafe culture, local schools, parks and recreational facilities, public transport, and access to the city centre, train stations, universities, hospitals, and the Peak District.