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Clifton Street, Beeston, NG9 2LS
Offers in the region of £250,000, 3 bedrooms, terraced house

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Property Description

This beautifully presented, centrally located terraced house has bags of appeal and excellent accommodation on three floors, with a stylish interior and a super, south facing back garden. The owners have made many improvements showing attention to detail and in keeping with the period of the property. These include fitting double glazed wooden sash windows, restoration of original floorboards and tanking the cellar to provide dry storage. The boiler was replaced in 2020 and the roof was replaced in 2014 using original slates. At the same time, the attic was fully refurbished including the installation of double glazed Velux windows. As well three spacious bedrooms, the house also has a first floor bathroom, a square lounge and a very well fitted dining kitchen with an adjacent utility room. The garden is particularly nice and has been planted with a wide variety of plants, shrubs and flowers. Directly to the rear of the house is a paved patio seating area , beyond which is a lawn and a second sheltered seating area.
Clifton Street is a lovely road, situated in the centre of Beeston and within a minute's walk of the many shops, cafes, bars and restaurants provided by this thriving and lively west Nottingham suburb. There is a choice of supermarkets and the Arc Cinema has recently been opened. Very good transport links are provided by regular bus and tram services into Nottingham, as well as a mainline railway station. The house is for sale with vacant possession and no upward chain. We expect a lot of interest for this property and strongly recommend an appointment to view.
Lounge 3.66m (12'0) x 3.66m (12')
The house is entered into the lounge through a solid wooden front door with a borrowed light panel above. This very nicely proportioned room has exposed wooden flooring and a front facing double glazed sash window. The room has a radiator and a central chimney breast with an adjacent storage cupboard that also contains the electric consumer unit and meter. There is a TV and telephone connection point, a picture hanging rail and an original door through to a small lobby.
Lobby .81m (2'8) x .94m (3'1)
The lobby has a slate floor and a door opening to the staircase leading to the cellar.
Cellar
This is a two compartment space with solid flooring, a radiator and lighting.
Dining Kitchen 3.66m (12'0) x 3.66m (12')
This is really nice square room has an excellent range of high quality white gloss fronted cabinets at base level with drawers and cupboards and matching wall hung cabinets above. There are ample acrylic wooden effect working surfaces and an inset single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. In addition, there is an integrated upright fridge freezer and an original built-in full height crockery cupboard. Standing in the original range space is a free standing range cooker with a five burner gas hob and double oven and grill with a plate warming drawer. The room has slate floor tiling and slate decorative detail on the walls above the work surfaces. There is a sealed unit double glazed window to the rear and a cupboard containing a Baxi central heating boiler that also supplies immediate hot water. A door leads to the utility room.
Utility Room 2.13m (7'0) x 1.73m (5'8)
The utility room has a wall hung double cupboard and a work ledge with plumbing beneath for an automatic washing machine and dishwasher. There is a side aspect double glazed window and a solid back door with tiling to the walls and a continuation of the slate tiling from the kitchen.
Landing
A carpeted staircase rises to the first floor landing which is also carpeted. Situated beneath the stairs is a large storage cupboard that previously housed a hot water cylinder and now doubles as both storage and an airing cupboard with slatted drying shelves.
Bedroom 1 3.66m (12'0) x 4.8m (15'9)
This is a very spacious room with a pleasant outlook to the front via a double glazed window. The room has exposed wooden flooring throughout and a chimney breast with an original hearth. There is a picture rail and a large double panelled radiator, together with TV and telephone connections.
Bedroom 2 3.66m (12'0) x 3m (9'10)
A really lovely sized double room with a view to the rear garden. The room has a fitted carpet and radiator, above which is a double glazed window. There is coving to the ceiling and a central chimney breast.
Bathroom 2.16m (7'1) x 1.68m (5'6)
Very nicely fitted with a white suite that comprises a pedestal wash hand basin and low level flush WC as well as a tiled panel enclosed bath with Victorian style bar taps and an independent Mira shower above. The area surrounding the bath is fully tiled and there is an extractor fan and inset ceiling spotlights. Above the sink is a shaver socket and there is a rear facing opaque pane sealed double glazed window. The floor covering is a plank effect vinyl and there is a radiator.
Bedroom 3 4.34m (14'3) x 4.8m (15'9)
From the landing a further turning and carpeted staircase rises to the top floor bedroom. This spacious and comfortable room has double glazed Velux windows to the front and rear, a fitted carpet and a radiator. There is a small dormer alcove and an access hatch to some loft storage space. The room also has a television aerial connection point.
Garden
The south facing rear garden is presented in a cottage style garden and extending to approximately 60 feet in total. Surrounding a shaped lawn area are extremely well stocked flowerbeds with a number of plants, shrubs and specimen trees. At the far end of the garden and bounded by a brick wall with raised beds is a patio seating area to take advantage of the evening sun. Immediately to the rear of the house is a further paved area with a timber garden store and a side access gate. (Please note that the neighbouring property at number 8 has a right away across the patio to its garden.) At the front of the house is a small fore garden with a dwarf wall and privet hedge forming the front boundary with engineering blue brick path and hard standing.
EPC Efficiency
The current rating is D - 67with a potential rating of B - 85
Council Tax Band B
Local Authority: Broxtowe Borough Council
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Local Area Information
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"C P Walker and Son was always friendly, businesslike and overall very pleasant to deal with, from my first viewing of the rented property, through periodic quarterly inspections up to the final inspection which was done when handing back the keys. On the few occasions during the tenancy that a fault arose in the rented property, they were very responsive to ensure each fault was put right as quickly as possible. [Tenant of 4 years]"
Martin