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Guide Price at £250,000 to £265,000
A lovely 3 bedroom freehold terrace house in Nether Green with a south-west facing lawned garden and an attractive outlook. Beautifully presented accommodation on 3 floors, retaining period features, complemented by modern decorative tones, a modern kitchen, and a fabulous tiled shower room. Benefits from gas central heating run from a combination boiler, some underfloor heating, double glazing, and a security alarm. Potential to convert the basement, subject to consents. Carpets included.
On the ground floor, there is a light and airy front lounge with neutral tones, feature wallpaper and a focal chimney with a decorative Victorian fire surround. The dining kitchen has a range of modern, white fronted fitted units, finished with grey splash-back tiling and a tiled floor with underfloor heating. Included within the sale is an integrated Smeg oven, a hob, extractor, a Smeg built-in dishwasher, fridge, and freezer. There is space for a table and chairs, a garden outlook, and a glazed panel door into an off-shot utility room. The latter has further fitted units, plumbing for a washing machine, a rear window, and a side external door. The utility room houses the gas central heating combination boiler. A door from the kitchen provides access to the front storage cellar, under the lounge, providing scope for conversion, like some of the neighbouring properties, subject to consents.
On the first floor, there is a landing, two bedrooms and a shower room. The front bedroom is a double room in size, with an exposed wooden floor, a useful under-stair closet and attractive views. The rear bedroom is a single room with a garden outlook. Both windows are beautifully presented. The rear bedroom adjoins a fabulous shower room, previously a bathroom, being fully tiled with stylish tiles, including underfloor heating. There is a shower enclosure, a range of fitted units, a wash basin and WC. Stairs rise to a second floor double bedroom having a feature brick, tiled wall, a storage cupboard, further storage within the eaves, a rear Velux window and a front dormer window. The latter provides a pleasant position for a desk with a surrounding outlook.
Outside, there is a forecourt with a gate and a shared passage with a gate leading into the rear garden. The rear benefits from being an ‘end of row’ garden, with a south-west facing aspect, having a lawn, decked terrace, planted border and a flagged patio.
Bramwith Road is an extremely popular road, well-placed for local shops and amenities, highly regarded schools, Bingham Park and Endcliffe Park, further recreational facilities, public transport, and access to the city centre, hospitals, universities, and the Peak District.