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Endsleigh Gardens, Beeston, NG9 2HJ
Offers in the region of £275,000, 3 bedrooms


Key features

  • Traditional Hofton Built Semi-Detached
  • Three Bedrooms And Two Reception Rooms
  • Cosmetic Work And Re-Modelling Is Required
  • Large Rear Garden - Detached Garage
  • Quiet Beeston Centre Cul De Sac
  • No Chain - Viewing Recommended

Property Description

Ideally situated within a minute of Beeston town centre, this traditionally built Hofton and Son semi detached house has undergone some cosmetic changes internally. There is still a degree of work that will be needed to be done by an incoming occupier, but this should be seen as a chance to have your own choice of fixtures and decoration. Renowned for the generous proportions of the reception rooms and main bedrooms, these houses are always sought after and coupled with the excellent location, we anticipate very good interest. Endsleigh Gardens is a cul de sac just behind High Road and as such has fantastic access to a wide range of shops, cafes and health services, not to mention the regular bus services into and out of Nottingham and the NET Tram stop on Middle Street, stopping at the University of Nottingham, QMC and NG2 Business Park before arriving in the city centre. If you are a buyer willing to do some work to make a long term home, this is an ideal chance. For sale with no upward chain, viewing is recommended. EPC Rating is D - 47.
Hallway 3.78m (12'5) x 2.13m (7')
A covered entrance porch with an arched opening and quarry tiled floor leads via a solid front door with leased opaque panels to either side into the entrance hall. This is a wide entrance hallway with original herringbone patterned parquet flooring, a double radiator and a staircase rising to the first floor.
Cloakroom 1.02m (3'4) x 1.24m (4'1)
This is a fully tiled room with a wall hung wash hand basin, low level flush WC and a radiator. There is an extractor fan and tiled flooring as well as a side aspect single glazed window.
Living Room 5.13m (16'10) x 3.18m (10'5)
A very nicely proportioned room with doubled doors and matching full height windows to each side, opening onto the rear decking and back garden. The room has a striking central cast iron fireplace with ornate decoration and mantelpiece. There is a central open fire basket and a stone hearth. The room has an original picture hanging rail, a picture light, two radiators and a fitted carpet. There are television and telephone connection points.
Dining Room 3.99m (13'1) x 3.66m (12')
This front aspect dining room has an angled bay window with original leaded windows and a double radiator beneath. There is a central open fireplace with a tiled hearth and wooden fire surround. The room has a picture hanging rail and a ceiling light rose, together with exposed wooden floorboards. This room also has television and telephone connection points and a wall light fitting and dimmer switch.
Kitchen 3.66m (12') x 2.44m (8')
The kitchen is fitted with a good range of wooden fronted units with drawers and marble effect acrylic working surfaces. There are matching wall cabinets and a tall larder cupboard. The kitchen has a fitted 1 1/2 bowl sink with mixer tap, a four ring gas hob with a stainless steel extractor canopy above and a matching electric oven below. There is space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine and space for a tall upright fridge freezer. The walls have mosaic tiling in places and there is a Ravenheat combination boiler supplying central heating and domestic hot water. The kitchen has two original built-in cupboards providing additional storage and there is a chimney recess that is now used for storage and additional work surface space. There are double glazed French doors opening on to the rear decking, a vertical towel rail/radiator and tiled flooring.
A carpeted staircase rises to the first floor landing which has an opaque paned single glazed window to one side and some very useful shelved storage above the staircase. The landing currently has exposed wooden floorboards and an access hatch to the loft space.
Bedroom 1 4.7m (15'5) x 3.66m (12')
This is a lovely sized front bedroom with an angled bay window with original leaded glass and a double radiator beneath. The room has a central decorative cast iron fireplace with blue tiled hearth, picture hanging rail and exposed wooden floorboards. There is ample room for either fitted or freestanding wardrobes to either side of the chimney breast and a television connection point.
Bedroom 2 3.51m (11'6) x 3.2m (10'6)
Another nicely sized double bedroom, located to the rear of the house and having a single glazed window looking over the gardens. There is a single radiator, a picture having rail and a fitted carpet.
Bedroom 3 1.73m (5'8) x 2.24m (7'4)
Having been the original bathroom to the house, this room will need further work to re-establish it as third bedroom. Currently, there are tiled walls and a two piece bathroom suite, a fitted cupboard that contains wardrobe space and a vertical radiator. Adjacent to the room is a W/C which a buyer would most likely combine with the old bathroom to create a much bigger third bedroom.
Separate W/C .74m (2'5) x 1.35m (4'5)
With a side aspect single glazed opaque paned window and a low level flush WC.
Bathroom 2.49m (8'2) x 2.08m (6'10)
Originally the third bedroom to the house, the room has been completely re-fitted with a white three piece white suite comprising a panel enclosed bath with an overhead independent Mira shower, a low level flush WC and a pedestal wash hand basin. The walls have been fully tiled and there is wooden effect laminate flooring, a single radiator and a vertical chrome towel rail/radiator. The room has an extractor fan, and a frosted leaded single glazed window to the front.
At the front of the house is a concrete driveway and space for additional parking or a formal garden area. There is privet hedging to either side. Wrought iron gates to the side of the house leads to a further area of drive which in turn leads to a detached brick built garage with a pitched roof and double doors.
The size of the rear garden is undoubtedly a feature of this property and it is enclosed to its boundaries by privet hedge and timber panel fencing. To the immediate rear of the house is a large raised wooden deck area with inset lighting, external carriage lamps and a power socket. The majority of the remaining garden is currently laid with grass and there is a wooden built garden shed.
Council Tax Band is C
Local Authority: Broxtowe Borough Council
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