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Guide Price at £500,000 to £525,000
An attractive, extended and beautifully presented 1930’s detached house with fabulous panoramic views. Improved by the present owners to offer a stylish interior retaining period features complimented by modern fixtures and fittings. Accommodation on 3 floors including three reception rooms, a modern fitted kitchen and bathrooms, 4 bedrooms and an occasional attic room. The inside provides a homely, light and airy interior with Farrow & Ball decorative tones. Benefits from gas central heating off a combination boiler, double glazing and a security alarm. The ground floor comprises of an entrance lobby with a door into a reception hall, which is sure to impress, being generous in size with Farrow & Ball painted paneled walls and an oak effect floor. There is an under-stairs cloakroom with a wash basin and WC and access to a storage cupboard. The extended lounge is a lovely reception room having a focal multi-fuel stove and a rear bay with a window seat and a pleasant outlook. The dining room has designer wall-paper and a front bay window. The owners have removed the French doors from the dining room into the reception hall to create an open plan design, which works extremely well, creating excellent family space for everyday use and entertaining. The extended kitchen and family room have an open plan design. There are an extensive range of modern fitted units with granite work-surfaces, a breakfast bar and stone splash-back tiling. Included within the sale is an integrated double oven, an electric ceramic hob, extractor and fridge. The family area has direct access onto the rear garden and glazed panel French doors into a larger size utility room with fitted units, a solid oak work-surface and provision for appliances. A door leads into the garage. On the first floor, there is a generous size master bedroom with feature wall-paper, modern fitted wardrobes and a larger size en-suite with a freestanding Victorian style bath with an attached shower, a separate shower cubicle, wash basin and WC, finished with stylish tiling. There are two further double bedrooms, the front with modern fitted wardrobes, the rear with breathtaking views. The family shower room has a contemporary feel with a shower enclosure, a gloss fronted vanity wash basin, WC and slate tiling to the floor and walls. The fourth bedroom is a lovely room with a staircase rising to an occasional attic room, providing a games room/snug or home office. The attic has a solid oak floor, access into the eaves, two radiators and two rear Velux windows with far reaching views. Outside, is a well-stocked front garden with a block-paved driveway, leading into a larger size integral garage. At the rear, is a stunning landscaped lawned garden, generous in size, with an array of planting to provide seasonal colour, finished with flagged terraces and ornamental ponds. The summer house is included within the sale. Bradway Road is well-placed for local shops and amenities, reputable schools, recreational facilities and access to the city centre, Dore Train Station the motorway and the Peak District.