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Guide Price at £500,000 to £525,000
A well-proportioned 4 bedroom stone built detached house with a south facing garden, situated on a popular tree lined cul-de-sac. Built in 2001, offering accommodation on two levels with two reception rooms, a study, 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Benefits from gas central heating, double glazing and a security alarm. On the ground floor, there is an ‘L’ shaped reception hall with a cloaks cupboard and an under-stairs cloakroom with a WC and wash basin. The lounge is a generous size with a light and airy feel, having a south facing aspect with French doors onto the garden. The lounge houses a focal cast iron log burner within a polished surround. A separate dining room has a solid wood floor and adjoins the utility room. There is potential to create an open plan dining kitchen by ‘opening up’ the kitchen, utility room and dining room, subject to any necessary consents. A third ground floor room acts as a home office/study. The kitchen has a range of fitted units, finished with splash-back tiling and a tiled floor. Included within the sale in an integrated double oven, a five-ring gas hob, extractor, dishwasher, fridge and freezer. The utility room has further fitted units, a sink, plumbing for a washing machine and a side external door. On the first floor, there is a lovely landing with a storage cupboard and a ceiling hatch, providing access to a useful loft for storage. The master bedroom is a generous size with modern fitted wardrobes, a pleasant rear outlook and the benefit of an en-suite bathroom. The en-suite has a white bath with a shower attachment, a wash basin and WC. There are three further bedrooms along with a family bathroom, again with a white suite, including a bath, separate shower enclosure, wash basin and WC. Outside, is a lawned front garden with an adjoining driveway, leading into a double garage with two up and over doors. The garage houses the gas central heating boiler. Side access leads into a south facing rear garden with a lawn, planted borders and a flagged patio. Brinkburn Vale Road is well-placed for local shops and amenities, highly regarded local schools, various recreational facilities, public transport and access to Dore Train Station, the motorway, Sheffield City Centre, the universities, hospitals and the Peak District. No chain. Freehold.