A beautifully presented and well maintained two double bedroom end of terrace period home, in a quiet and convenient location, with many improvements made by the current owners. Sitting Room, dining room, kitchen, conservatory, 2 bedrooms, new bathroom and south facing rear garden.
This wonderful home is located towards the end of Toronto Road, a quiet no-through road extremely well placed for access on foot to the city centre businesses and shops, and is within walking distance to the University and RD&E Hospital. Bus routes are close by, and St James Park and Central train stations are between 5 and 15 minutes’ walk away. There are several well-regarded primary schools nearby, and the green space of Belmont Park is easily accessed.
Built slightly later than most on the street this property benefits from a slightly larger footprint than many of its neighbours, with a kitchen and bathroom extending to the rear. Being end of terrace it also benefits from side access, allowing space to store bikes and bins. During the current term of ownership the property has undergone many improvements including but not limited to a new roof, remodelled bathroom, and redecoration throughout, and today is very well presented throughout.
An internal porch leads into the hallway where stripped and sealed floorboards extend through most of the ground floor. The sitting room has a bay window to the front and a feature fireplace with useful built-in storage either side. The dining room is open to the conservatory with plenty of space for dining furniture. A sliding door opens to the modern kitchen with a range of wood effect shaker style floor and wall units. There is an integrated gas hob and oven/grill, plus space for a freestanding fridge/freezer and washing machine, and store cupboard under the stairs. The conservatory adds further reception space and also currently houses a tumble dryer. French doors lead to the garden. The two bedrooms are on the first floor, again with stripped wooden floors. Bedroom 1 is of a good size with space for wardrobes. The bathroom is partially tiled with a thermostatic shower over the bath, and heated towel rail.
A side passage with a gate gives a useful external storage space and leads to the conservatory. The broadly south facing garden is sheltered and has an attractive herringbone brick terrace surrounded by deep beds planted with flowers and shrubs, bordered by brick walling. There is a store to the rear of the property that houses the gas boiler.
Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage. Gas Central Heating, Double Glazing.
Toronto Road can be found just off Old Tiverton Road leading north east from the city centre.