Redwood Crescent, Beeston, NG9 1JF
3 bedrooms
Offers in the region of £230,000

01159 254 062

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This house has the makings of a super family home having been extended to the rear and now providing really spacious ground floor accommodation with three decent sized bedrooms at the first floor level. Some of the major improvements have been made to the property including the installation of double glazed windows and new central heating, rewiring and a newly fitted kitchen and bathroom. Cosmetically it is now down to the next owner to make the house their own. Redwood Crescent is located just to the south of Beeston town centre and within walking distance of the railway station and offers a close community with a central green area for children and seating. There are two three parking spaces to the front of the house and a good sized rear garden. For sale with no onward chain and vacant possession, we expect good interest in the property and as such, recommend an appointment to view. The Energy Performance rating is D - 67
Hallway 3.23m (10'7) x 1.83m (6')
A newly installed composite front door with twin double glazed panels leads into an entrance hall which has a radiator, a side facing window and original quarry floor tiles. There is a cupboard that contains a new electric consumer unit. The stairs rise to the first floor.
Lounge 4.78m (15'8) into bay x 4.09m (13'5)
This is a front aspect room of good proportion with a large walk-in bay and double glazed windows. The room has a central chimney breast with a stone fireplace and a new buyer would want to make a feature of this. The room has a radiator, thin decorative coving, a picture hanging rail and a door through to the kitchen dining room.
Kitchen Dining Room 5.49m (18') x 6.02m (19'9) overall
This is a very good open space with a mixture of quarry tiled floors, original wood flooring and a new solid floor in the extension area. There are newly fitted white fronted gloss kitchen units with light wood effect work surfaces above, drawers and matching cupboards. The room has a single drainer stainless steel sink unit with cupboards below and space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine. There is ample space for an American style fridge freezer, a breakfast bar area and two openings into the rear extension which could be a family room or dining room according to the wishes of the occupier. Double glazed doors and windows open onto the rear patio and garden and there is a further double glazed door and window to the side aspect. Adjacent to the kitchen is an old larder which has been converted to a ground floor lavatory but could be reinstated as a larder if required.
Stairs and Landing 1.98m (6'6) x 1.83m (6')
A staircase rises to the first floor landing which has a double glazed window to the side, a large loft access hatch with an aluminium drop down ladder.
Bedroom 1 3.38m (11'1) x 3.51m (11'6)
Situated to the front of the house and having a double glazed window with a radiator beneath, wooden flooring and a built-in wardrobe cupboard with a storage locker above.
Bedroom 2 2.92m (9'7) plus wardrobes x 3.51m (11'6)
This bedroom overlooks the rear garden and has a double glazed window, a radiator, a built-in wardrobe cupboard and a further double cupboard that contains a recently installed Worcester combination boiler and has ample storage space above and below.
Bedroom 3 2.59m (8'6) x 2.59m (8'6) maximum
This is a large single room at the front of the house with a deep wardrobe cupboard built above the staircase bulkhead, a double glazed window with a radiator beneath and overlooking the green. The room has original floorboards.
Bathroom 1.73m (5'8) x 1.52m (5')
The bathroom has been refitted with a suite that comprises a panel enclosed bath with fully tiled surrounding walls and an independent shower unit with glass screen. There is a pedestal wash hand basin with a mixer tap and pop up waste, vinyl floor tiling and a radiator. The room has a double glazed opaque pane window to the rear.
Separate WC 1.73m (5'8) x .74m (2'5)
Adjacent to the bathroom is a separate WC with a double glazed window to the rear, vinyl floor tiles and a low level flush WC.
Front Garden
The front garden has a paved parking area which could take two or three cars and is separated from the lawn area of the garden by a timber fence with concrete posts and gravel boards. A matching paved path leads to the front of house and down the side and there are timber fence panels to either boundary.
Back Garden
The back garden is roughly 50ft in length and is enclosed to both sides by timber fence panels with gravel boards and concrete posts with a concrete wall to the rear. The garden has a large paved patio area and slops down to an area of lawn with surrounding flower beds. Also within the garden there is a small extension to the rear which provides a secure garden storage shed or has potential to be included as a utility room within the house.
Council Tax Band B
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