Welcome to this extended three-bedroom semi-detached family home situated in a highly desirable location in Spondon. Just off the main Locko Road, the house is near to amenities but away from the main traffic route. As well as this, local transport links include the M1, A50, A38, and highly ...
Welcome to this extended three-bedroom semi-detached family home situated in a highly desirable location in Spondon. Just off the main Locko Road, the house is near to amenities but away from the main traffic route. As well as this, local transport links include the M1, A50, A38, and highly regarded and sought after local schools. The location offers excellent access to a range of amenities, including shops, public transport links and not being too far from rural countryside and the popular Locko Park.
Approach to the property is via a good size driveway which fits four vehicles, and you are met by a large brick-built porch, which gives a rustic feel in keeping with the rest of the property. You will also pass a garage to the front, which the vendor informs us has foundations deep enough for upwards extending. The immediate area is well kept, with an established community in a friendly neighbourhood.
Once inside, there is a spacious, bright and inviting hallway with oak laminate flooring. From here entrance can be gained to the first floor via a carpeted staircase, and also the kitchen diner, via a cottage style door.
The kitchen diner is especially grand, and semi open-plan, it is perfectly designed for the modern family. To the left is the kitchen area, with a range of base and wall units, above a laminate worksurface which houses a chrome sink with mixer tap, as well as a breakfast bar. There is a feature tiled splashback, and integral appliances include a an oven, 4 ring gas hob, extractor fan, dishwasher, and fridge. The area is lit by downlighting, as well as natural light through the ample sized UPVC window.
Through a wide opening to the right, you will find the dining area, with ample space for a large dining table, and currently the area is also being used for an office space as well, which evidences the rooms size and flexibility. Notable are the French doors to the rear garden, perfect for watching children play outside, or bringing the outside in. As well the spotlights to the ceiling there are two wall candles. As well as access to the utility, the space gives way to the lounge via cottage style French doors which, left open feel open plan, though they can make the lounge cosier when closed, giving the best of both.
The lounge is rustic and homely, as well as spacious. There is an inset brick, feature fireplace containing a gas fire, below an oak beam. The room has oak flooring, an especially large bay window, and coving to the ceiling, a room for refined taste.
Back through the kitchen diner, there is another cottage style door through the downstairs WC, utility, and garage. The utility houses a washer and dryer, and access can be gained both to the rear garden, and the garage. The WC is appointed with a white suite comprising: low flush WC, wall mounted hand wash basin, and extractor fan.
Up the plushly carpeted stairs, running onto the landing, there are cottage style doors giving way to three spacious bedrooms and the bathroom.
The master bedroom is especially large, and has a bay window to the front elevation, as well as fitted wardrobes with spotlights above, and as with all of the bedrooms it boasts wood effect laminate flooring, and coving to the ceiling. Notable with the second bedroom are the wall length fitted wardrobes, and the third bedroom has enough size for bedroom furniture without comprise on logistic space. The layout upstairs is well considered, and a great use of the available space.
The bathroom is light and bright, giving a sense of cleanliness with the white 3-piece bathroom suite, and large white vanity unit below the sink. The floor is tiled, and the walls half-tiled below neutral décor. Features include a rain-forest shower head above the bath tub, as well as a chrome finished Edwardian style mixer tap with another shower head for in-bath use, which also matches the basin taps. There are also shutter blinds on the UPVC window to the rear elevation, and a pull-out shaving mirror.
To the rear of the property is large flat garden, with lawned and patio areas as well as established greenery. The garden is low-maintenance without compromise on style or usability. To one side is a boundary wall, and the other a 6ft boundary fence.
Tenure: Freehold EPC Rating: D Council Tax Banding: C
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