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Park Street, Beeston, NG9 1AH
Offers in excess of £400,000, 4 bedrooms


Key features

  • Outstanding semi-detached house
  • Four double bedrooms
  • Stunning open kitchen and dining room
  • Sitting room and cinema room
  • Beautiful rear garden with Koi pond
  • No onward chain

Property Description

Simply stunning. From the moment you walk into the entrance hall of this semi-detached home, you will be aware of the care and attention to detail that has gone into creating this beautiful house. Solid oak floors cover the ground floor rooms and the kitchen has been opened up into the dining room to form a fantastic social and entertainment space. The Sitting Room to the front now, has a relaxed feel with a log burning stove on the hearth, whilst the cellar has been fully tanked and insulated and is re-purposed as a home cinema room. The list of upgrades and additions to this property is long, but it includes a re-fitted kitchen with integrated AEG appliances, a beautifully appointed bathroom with porcelain tiles and natural pebbles, Bathstore fittings and under floor heating, Sonos feeds to installed speakers, replastered walls and ceilings, gas combination boiler, 3500 gal Koi pond, a Mechanical Ventilation Heat Recovery Unit in the loft vents and new damp proof course.
The accommodation is arranged over three floors and provides four double bedrooms as well as the aforementioned, bathroom, sitting room and kitchen. An additional lavatory is found on the ground floor and outside is a really well planned and private garden and off street parking for two cars. We are excited to offer for sale this high quality house, in a most popular part of Beeston, within walking distance of the town centre shops, restaurants and bars. Very good access to Nottingham city centre is provided by the tram, via the QMC and NG2 Business Park and the A52 and M1 are within a short distance. The property will be sold with no upward chain and viewing is highly recommended. Energy Performance Rating is E - 52
Entrance Hall 1.93m (6'4) x 3.66m (12')
A solid wood entrance door with a glazed and etched glass style panel above leads into the entrance hall. This has solid oak flooring and a carpeted staircase with an exposed wooden hand rail and turned wooden spindles to the first floor landing. There are two Edwardian style radiators, light dimmer switches and a burglar alarm control panel. The hallway has original cornice and bi-folding wooden doors that lead through to the dining kitchen. There is a small coats alcove with additional fitted shoe storage below.
Sitting Room 4.8m (15'9) into bay x 3.66m (12')
Located at the front of the house and having tall ceilings with original ceiling coving, this room has an angled bay with double glazed windows and solid oak flooring. There is a central chimney breast with a wooden fire surround, a stone hearth and a log burner. The room has wall speaker points as well as digital and terrestrial television sockets, telephone points and five amp lighting sockets. There is also a large Edwardian style reproduction radiator.
Cinema Room 3.51m (11'6) maximum x 3.53m (11'7)
Formed from the original cellar of the house which has now been completely tanked and insulated, this room has feature exposed ceiling beams and engineered wood flooring. There is a white wall for a projector screen with surround sound music and ceiling spot lights together with brushed chrome skirting level lights.
Ground Floor Lavatory 1.12m (3'8) x 1.42m (4'8)
This has a low level flush WC and a wooden shelf with a circular wash hand bowl with an independent waterfall style tap. The room has a wall hung Baxi combination boiler installed approx. 3 years ago, solid oak flooring and a double glazed window with opaque panes to the rear. There is an extraction unit and adjustable LED ceiling spotlights.
Open Plan Kitchen and Living Room 9.7m (31'10) overall x 4.98m (16'4) at widest
This is a fantastic open space at the rear of the house with plenty of light allowed through numerous double glazed windows and two sets of double glazed doors that open to the back garden. In addition to this, a large wooden framed double glazed velux style window makes the most of the south facing aspect of the rear of the house. Arranged in two distinct areas, there is a large dining space with plenty of entertaining room. To either side of a central chimney breast which is now used for display purposes and has a slate hearth, there are Edwardian style radiators and speaker connections. The dining area has LED spot lighting inset to the ceiling and an open space with a breakfast bar and seating for three people. The kitchen is beautifully fitted with an extensive range of white gloss fronted units with chrome bar handles, drawers and pull out larder cupboards with shelves. There are deep pan drawers and a range space that now houses a five burner AEG hob with a stainless steel back plate and glass and stainless steel extractor canopy above. Additional integrated appliances include an oven and eye level grill and a combination microwave oven, a wine cooler fridge and wine bottle storage, a dishwasher and washing machine. There is a 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink unit with a contemporary style tap, solid wooden work surfaces and lighting under the units. There is additional kick board lighting as well as inset chrome adjustable spot lights and an extraction unit.
In the utility area of the kitchen, which has two double glazed windows to the side looking on to the decked seating area, there are tiled window sills and wire spot light tracks overhead.

A carpeted staircase rises to the first floor landing that splits to the rear and front of the house. There are stripped and exposed varnished wooden floor boards deep skirting boards and exposed handrails and turned spindles. On the main landing, a large double glazed window looks to the side of the house and there are inset adjustable ceiling spot lights as well as spot lighting on wire tracks. There is a large single radiator and chrome light dimmer switches together with a control unit for the under floor heating in the bathroom.
Bedroom 2 3.96m (13') x 3.66m (12')
The first floor front bedroom is a lovely sized room with twin double glazed windows and a stone mullion to the front of the property. There are exposed and varnished wooden floor boards, together with original ceiling cornice and a large single radiator.
Bedroom 3 3.76m (12'4) x 3.96m (13')
This is a really well proportioned double bedroom that is currently used as a dressing room and which has dual aspect windows facing to the front and rear. The room has a fitted carpet and to either side of the chimney breast are twin up and down wall lights. There are spot light tracks and plenty of space for wardrobes and bedroom furniture
Bathroom 3.56m (11'8) x 3.28m (10'9)
Sumptuously appointed with porcelain tiling throughout and a natural pebble shower area with a rain head shower, independent lighting, a large double ended bath with a waterfall tap, tiled ledge and tiled side panels, a low level flush WC and a large unit with cupboards and solid wooden surface and an additional wooden toiletries ledge with a full width rectangular mirror and a circular wash basin with waterfall tap. There is a vertical chrome towel rail, ceiling spot lights, sound system speakers integrated into the ceiling and air recirculation unit. The bathroom has under floor heating.
Second Floor Landing
A second staircase with a fitted carpet runs to the top floor which has a galleried landing with exposed spindles and a polished wooden hand rail. The landing area has an interesting angled ceiling with space for floor to ceiling book shelves, engineered wood flooring and a radiator. There is an access hatch to the loft space as well as adjustable ceiling spotlights.
Bedroom 1 3.81m (12'6) x 2.84m (9'4)
This room is used as the main bedroom and has views to the rear over a number of adjoining gardens. The room itself has solid wooden flooring, a radiator and twin fitted bedside lights. There are two double glazed Velux windows with integrated blackout blinds, a further double glazed window and adjustable ceiling spotlights. There is access to a good amount of eaves storage.
Bedroom 4 3.66m (12') x 3.96m (13')
Situated at the front of the house, this final double bedroom has exposed and polished wooden floor boards, a double glazed window with interesting roof lines and part sloping ceiling. There are inset ceiling spotlights and radiator.
It is clear that as much care as been taken with the garden as with the interior. On the side return of the house, there is a raised wooden deck seating area with an open pergola and deck lighting. From this deck, a gate opens to a concealed log store and then through a further double gate onto the drive. There is external sensor lighting and a garden tap with multiple hose connectors.
A step down from the deck leads to a slate chip area with sleeper retainers and Gabion baskets. There are a number of raised beds each with sleeper retainers and a variety of shrub and bamboo beds. A second raised deck seating area is situated at the rear of the garden, again having an open wooden pergola, inset lighting and step lights. The main attraction of the garden, along with its privacy, is the Koi pond. Filled with3500 gallons, filtered and able to be heated using an efficient Air Sourced Heat Pump, the pond can be home for a number of large Koi and provides a soothing and relaxing distraction whilst enjoying the garden. The front garden has quite a large brick block paved drive that allows for off street parking of two vehicles
Council Tax Band is D
Local Authority: Broxtowe Borough Council
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