Please enter your starting address in the form input below.
Please refresh the page if trying an alernate address.
Guide Price at £350,000 to £375,000
An attractive 1930’s 4 bedroom semi-detached house situated at the top end of Carter Knowle Road. Deceptively spacious accommodation on four floors, measuring an impressive 1,960 sq.ft including the garage. Improved by the present owners in recent years, retaining period features complemented by modern decorative tones, new floor coverings, a fabulous new open plan dining kitchen to take advantage of the rear views towards Brincliffe Edge, and a new bathroom suite. Benefits from gas central heating run off a combination boiler, double glazing and a security alarm. On the ground floor, there is a reception hall with a paneled staircase and a matching cloaks cupboard. The front bay window lounge is well-proportioned with popular Farrow & Ball decorative tones and a focal log burner. Glazed French doors lead into an open plan dining kitchen, refurbished in 2018, to create a modern light and airy room, which acts as the hub of the home. Stylish new units have been fitted with quartz work-surfaces which incorporate a breakfast bar. Included within the sale is an integrated double oven, an induction hob, extractor and dishwasher. The kitchen is finished with fashionable splash-back tiling and an oak effect floor, which extends into the dining area, with hand-made fitted units to both alcoves and rear patio doors. The ground floor is completed with an under-stairs closet. On the first floor, there are two well-presented double bedrooms, a front single bedroom, a family bathroom, which was refurbished in 2018 with a white suite, including a shower above the bath, a vanity wash basin, WC and modern tiling, along with a separate WC. Stairs rise from the first floor landing to the second floor, comprising of a lovely double bedroom, which was converted in 2006, with two Velux windows with views and storage in the eaves. Outside, there is a block-paved driveway to the front and side, leading to a single garage. Beneath the garage is a workshop with dual aspect windows. In the basement of the house is a further room, having a radiator and patio doors onto the garden. There is potential to convert further and extend, subject to consents. The rear garden is generous in size, mainly laid to lawn, with planting, a terrace and patio and a timber summer house. Number 374 is well-placed for local shops and amenities on Ecclesall Road, reputable schools, local parks and recreational facilities and access to the city centre, hospitals, universities and the Peak District.