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Derby Street, Beeston, NG9 2LG
£195,000, 3 bedrooms, house - terraced

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Key features

  • THREE STOREY VICTORIAN TERRACE
  • THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS
  • TWO RECEPTION ROOMS AND KITCHEN
  • DOUBLE GLAZED SASH WINDOWS
  • GREAT, CENTRAL BEESTON LOCATION
  • FOR SALE WITH NO ONWARD CHAIN
  • CURRENTLY LET AT £800 PCM UNTIL 10/9/2021

Property Description

Derby Street is located within a stones throw of the thriving town centre amenities that are provided by Beeston, including supermarkets, shops, cafes and restaurants, as well as the newly built Arc cinema that is due to open in the summer. The property itself is a good example of a late Victorian terraced house, with accommodation over three floors and a mix of period features and modern comforts. Two reception rooms are complemented by three really good sized double bedrooms. On the ground floor there are black and red quarry tiled floors in the dining room, kitchen and bathroom and double glazed sash windows have been installed. The reception rooms and first floor bedrooms have fireplaces. This property is currently let until 10th September 2021 at a monthly rent of £800. Derby Street has a Residents Parking Scheme. The Energy Rating is E and viewing is recommended.
Kitchen 2.57m (8'5) x 2.03m (6'8)
The kitchen is fitted with matching base and wall cupboards with drawers and acrylic works surfaces, a 4 ring gas hob with matching oven beneath and extractor canopy above. There is a separate unit with a 1.5 bowl sink with mixer tap and plumbing for automatic washing machine. To the side of the room is a double glazed window and a door that opens into the garden.
Living Room 3.66m (12') x 3.61m (11'10)
The property is entered through an original wooden front door with borrowed light panel above to the living room. The room has a double glazed sash window to the front, a central cast iron fireplace with basket and tiled hearth, an original built-in cupboard currently containing the electric and gas meters. There is also a double radiator and wooden laminate flooring. A door leads through to the dining room.
Dining Room 4.65m (15'3) x 3.66m (12')
A spacious room with black and red quarry tiled flooring, a central chimney breast with an inset fire and wooden over mantle. There is a small double radiator, a rear facing double glazed window and original full height pine built in cupboard for crockery, plates and cutlery.
Downstairs Bathroom 3.12m (10'3) x 2.06m (6'9)
The bathroom is divided into two sections with the first having a ball and claw foot, roll top bath that has a shower above. There is an Edwardian style wash hand basin, a radiator, tiling to the walls and quarry floor tiles. In the corner of the room is a cupboard that contains a central heating boiler.
The second area has a side facing window and a radiator, a low flush WC and floor tiles.
Landing
From the dining room, a carpeted staircase rises to the first floor and arrives at a small landing that has a second staircase tot he top floor bedroom.
Bedroom One 3.66m (12'0) x 3.61m (11'10)
Located at the front of the building, this double bedroom has a double glazed sash window, a radiator and a fitted carpet. There is an ornate decorative fireplace with tiled slips.
Bedroom Two 3.66m (12'0) x 3.61m (11'10)
The second bedroom is another double room and like the first, has a chimney breast with a decorative cast iron fireplace. There is a fitted carpet and radiator, together with a deep built-in cupboard and a rear facing double glazed window.
Bedroom Three 4.65m (15'3) x 3.61m (11'10)
The third bedroom is on the top floor and stretches the full depth of the house. At the front is a double glazed dormer, whilst at the other end is a bank of built-in eaves storage cupboards. The room has a fitted carpet and a double radiator.
Garden
At the front of the house is a small fore garden that sits behind a brick wall. The back garden is enclosed and private with a locked access gate. There is a small area of lawn with beds to the side, a paved pathway and a patio seating area.
Council Tax Band:
B
Local Authority: Broxtowe Borough Council
For details of current Council Tax charges, visit www.broxtowe.gov.uk

Please note that the photographs used were taken prior to the beginning of the current tenancy.

Local Area Information:
For information on schools and other local area information, visit www.neighbourhood.statistics.gov.uk/
NOTES


"Have had investment properties in Beeston for 15+ years and have previously used 3 other agents. Walkers through Rex and Jonathan have been the most open and straightforward about tenant problems / issues, which we have then resolved together. I have also found that my 'property vacant' time has gone down, which is valuable to me as a landlord. [Management Client of 6 years]"
Dave B