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Guide Price at £450,000 to £475,000
An attractive, deceptively spacious and beautifully presented 4 bedroom detached house situated on a sought-after cul-de-sac. Built in the 1930’s with accommodation on 2 floors with a light and airy feel, benefitting from gas central heating run off a combination boiler, majority double glazing, stained glass windows with secondary glazing, cavity wall insulation and a security alarm. Retains period features complimented by modern fixtures and fittings. There is the potential to extend and convert the loft space, subject to any necessary consents. Number 30 commands an enviable position with a lovely lawned rear garden, adjoining the picturesque grounds of the Kenwood Hotel. The ground floor comprises of a reception hall, making an immediate positive impression, having period features, stylish decor and useful under-stairs storage. The cloakroom houses a white suite with modern tiling. The lounge is a lovely, light and airy reception room, generous in size, with a focal coal effect gas fire and surround, along with a front bay window commanding an elevated position for privacy. The second reception room is currently used as a family room but offers versatility. It is a well-presented room with dual aspect windows, direct access onto the rear garden, and a focal coal effect gas fire with a polished granite surround. There is potential to extend at the rear. The third reception room is a dining room with a larger side window, enabling the natural light to flow through, enhanced by a polished solid oak floor. Fitted floor-to-ceiling units to both alcoves, creating a feature and useful storage space. A doorway leads into a modern fitted kitchen housing a range of white fronted fitted units with solid ash work-surfaces. Included within the sale is a range of integrated appliances to include a double oven, a 5-ring gas hob with an extractor above, a dishwasher, washing machine, fridge and freezer. The kitchen is finished with a continuation of the oak flooring, modern tiling and dual aspect windows, the rear window overlooking the garden. On the first floor, there is a landing with a ceiling hatch to the loft, which offers scope for conversion. There are three double bedrooms, the front being the master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a front bay window with an attractive outlook. The rear double bedroom has a focal decorative fire surround, fitted units, and like the third double room, a garden outlook. The fourth bedroom is a larger than average size front single bedroom with a bay window. The family bathroom has been refurbished with a modern white suite including a bath, a separate shower enclosure, vanity wash basin and WC, finished with stylish tiling and two side windows. Outside, the front garden has planting and raised beds for fruit and vegetables. A side driveway leads to a detached garage with a pitched and tiled roof, power and lighting. At the rear, is a larger than average size and well-kept garden with a lawn, borders housing an array of planting to offer seasonal colour, along with a pond, beds for fruit and vegetables, standard, espaliered and fan trained fruit trees, a greenhouse, shed and gate into the grounds of the Kenwood Hotel, which is screened from the property by mature trees and planting. Montgomery Avenue is well-placed, being situated on a quiet cul-de-sac, yet close to local shops and amenities with a growing café culture, schools, local theatres, recreational facilities and access to the city centre, hospitals, universities and the Peak District. FREEHOLD.