A&S Estate Agency are delighted to present to the market this immaculately presented three bedroom Victorian end terrace house with extensive garden and the potential of a building plot to the side.
The property has been fully refurbished, is gas centrally heated and has uPVC doors and windows throughout. It comprises of an entrance hall, two reception rooms and a kitchen to the ground floor and three bedrooms plus a family bathroom to the first floor whilst also benefiting from a converted basement giving additional living space. It also has an additional brick skin between the neighbouring property meaning that there is no sound transfer from next door.
There is a driveway offering off-road parking for several cars and this area has previously had planning permission for an additional house.
Beyond the driveway is an extremely large private rear garden whilst to the front there is a planted area.
Noted in the Doomsday Book, Alvaston lies to the South East of Derby and the property has shops and amenities within walking distance. There are excellent public transport links whilst the road network gives easy access to neighbouring towns and cities along with the M1 motorway and East Midlands Airport.
Upon entering the property through the main door you are immediately greeted by the welcoming entrance of the hallway with its tiled floor. The hallway has stairs leading to the first floor along with three internal doors taking you to;
[4.34m x 3.81 m max] This room has timber flooring and high coved ceilings giving a sense of space and light and has been immaculately decorated. There is a feature bay window and traditional fireplace with timber surround.
[3.61m x 3.40m]The basement of this property is accessed via a doorway beneath the stairs and has been converted to provide additional habitable space. Currently used as a music room this would make a perfect cinema room or children’s play area with another option being a fourth bedroom.
[3.85m x 3.82m max] This spacious second reception room has a tiled floor and again benefits from a high ceiling. It has been neutrally decorated to a good standard and has uPVC French Doors which lead you to the exceptionally large rear garden. Also off of this reception room is a doorway leading to;
[3.03m x 2.28m] The fully fitted kitchen includes a built in oven with hob over and extraction cleverly disguised within the chimney breast. The units are timber with a black worktop over whilst the uPVC window overlooking the rear garden throws light into the room.
The staircase to the first floor leads to a doorway on the right into;
[3.56m x 3.81m max] Bedroom 1 is a sizeable room with a large uPVC window. It has a traditional fireplace built into the chimney breast and currently features freestanding bedroom furniture. As with the other rooms in the house it has been decorated to a good standard and benefits from a high ceiling adding to the sense of space.
The family bathroom is half tiled around the bath, w.c. and wash hand basin whilst it is fully tiled to the separate shower cubicle and adjacent wall. The floor is tiled and there is a towel rail adjacent the bath.
[2.92m x 2.74m] This bedroom is extremely light and airy thanks to the uPVC window overlooking the rear garden. It has a traditional fire within the chimney breast and a built in wardrobe with sliding mirror doors.
[2.57m x 2.27m] A step down takes you into the third bedroom with a large uPVC window again overlooking the rear garden. To the end of the room is a traditional fire set within the chimney breast whilst to either side is built in storage space, with the boiler housed in the left hand space.
The property benefits from the extremely large private rear garden, which is double width of neighbouring houses.
To the front of the property there is a small planted area whilst to the side is a driveway which is wide enough to enable a further house to be constructed, subject to the necessary permissions, which have previously been granted but have subsequently lapsed.
From Derby – Take the A6 into Alvaston until the shops are reached on the left hand side. Turn left into Wye Street and follow the road until the property can be seen on the left hand side, easily identifiable by our ‘for sale’ sign.
From Alvaston Town Centre – Take the A6 towards Derby for approximately 500 metres before turning right into Wye Street. Follow the road until the property can be seen on the left hand side, easily identifiable by our ‘for sale’ sign.