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Guide Price at £500,000 to £525,000
A spacious, extended 5 bedroom semi-detached house built in 1929, situated on a highly sought-after private road with a lovely family feel. Accommodation on three levels measuring an impressive 2,189 sq.ft, extended at the rear in 2005. Benefits from gas central heating run off a combination boiler and double-glazing. Offers potential to improve in certain areas and add value. The accommodation in brief includes an entrance lobby and reception hall with oak doors and flooring, and access into a cloakroom with a wash basin and WC. The lounge is larger than average in size with a continuation of the oak flooring, a focal multi-fuel stove and French doors onto the garden. The dining room has a similar theme with a front bay window and offers versatility as it can be used as a formal dining room, a snug, study or a family/play room. The breakfast Kitchen has been extended to create a light and airy room with Velux windows and French doors onto the garden. There are a range of fitted units including an oven range, hob and extractor, which along with an integrated microwave oven are included within the sale. A utility room completes the ground floor accommodation. On the first floor, there is a landing benefitting from having a Velux window above, allowing the light to flow. The first floor houses three double bedrooms and a family bathroom with a white suite. On the second floor, there is an impressive master bedroom, generous in size, with high ceilings and a pleasant outlook. Doors lead into an adjoining room, offering scope for an en-suite, subject to any necessary consents. A fifth bedroom has a rear Velux window. Outside, Meadow Bank Road is a private road with a central “village green”, creating a community feel with annual events for the residents, and on-street parking. The front garden is well-stocked with a block-paved path extending to the side with a gate, into a generous size, enclosed rear garden with a south-west facing aspect. Meadow Bank Avenue is well-placed for local shops and amenities, including a growing café culture, local theatres and parks, recreational facilities, schools and access to the city centre, hospitals, universities and the Peak District. Freehold.