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Woodland Grove, Beeston, NG9 5BP
Offers in the region of £450,000, 3 bedrooms, detached house


Key features


Property Description

We are delighted to offer this highly attractive, Wisteria clad, detached 1930's built property that lends itself to further extension to either the rear or side and to remodelling internally, subject to the required planning permissions being obtained. Located in a most popular, established cul de sac within walking distance of the Lanes Primary School and Chilwell School, this property will be ideal as a long term family home, as it was for the present owners. The accommodation offered by the house currently comprises three bedrooms, two reception rooms and a kitchen and there is a garage at the side. Of particular note are the beautiful front and rear gardens which have been meticulously kept by the owners. The interior retains many original features including including fireplaces, feature ceiling beams and picture rails, but also offers an incoming buyer the opportunity to put their own stamp on it. The house has double glazed windows and gas central heating from a modern boiler and there is a fitted burglar alarm system.
Woodland Grove is very well placed for the excellent amenities that are offered by Beeston centre including supermarkets and a number of independent shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. Regular bus services run into Nottingham and the Tram calls at the QMC, Nottingham University and the NG2 Business Park.
The Energy Performance Rating is E - 52. This property will be sold with vacant possession and no upward chain and viewing is strongly recommended..
Hallway 1.22m (4'0) x 2.13m (7')
The house is entered through the main door which is glazed and has leaded detail. The entrance hall, which is located at the side of the house, has an original picture hanging rail, a fitted carpet and a single panel radiator with a carpeted staircase to the first floor landing. Being at the centre of the house the hall splits to both the front and rear reception rooms.
Lounge 3.45m (11'4) x 5.59m (18'4)
This is a lovely bright double aspect room to the front of the house and has a large bow window with double glazed panes and leaded detail, as well as a side aspect double glazed window with a curved radiator in the bay. The focal point of the room is a Claygate brick fireplace, which could be opened up into a real fire. This has a brick hearth and display ledges to either side with additional display alcoves and an Oak mantel above. Further features of this room include timber panelling to the ceiling and an original Delft rail. There are two wall light points to either side of the chimney breast, a fitted carpet and an air conditioning unit. This room also has a gas point to the fireplace, television and telephone connections.
Dining Room 3.38m (11'1) x 3.68m (12'1)
This is another good sized room, adjacent to the kitchen and it has an angled bay with a double glazed window that takes full advantage of the view onto the garden. There is a central chimney breast with a gas fire point and a decorative fire surround and hearth with a wooden mantel above. This fireplace could also be opened to reveal a real fire. Fitted to one side of the chimney in an alcove, is a storage cupboard with book shelving above, whilst a second alcove is ideal for a tall dresser. The room has an original picture hanging rail and coving to the ceiling, two radiators and a fitted carpet. A door leads through to the kitchen.
Kitchen 3.68m (12'1) x 2.74m (9')
The kitchen is fitted in a range of wooden fronted cabinets at base level with drawers and acrylic work surfaces above, together with matching wall hung cabinets with bookshelf ends. There are ceramic tiled walls and a double glazed window with leaded detail looking onto the rear garden. Currently there is plumbing for an automatic washing machine and for a dishwasher, a fridge and a four ring gas hob with a matching oven beneath and pull out extractor canopy above. In addition there is a small microwave recess, a single radiator, vinyl flooring and a telephone connection point. There is a small lobby that leads to a walk-in larder which has shelving and a side aspect window. Beneath the stairs is an additional built-in storage cupboard.
Rear Lobby
A further door gives access to the rear external lobby. From the rear lobby a half glazed wooden door leads to the side garden and drive and to the back garden. This in turn leads to the ground floor cloakroom.
Cloakroom 2.44m (8') x .86m (2'10)
The cloakroom has a radiator, a low level flush WC and a Baxi Duo tec boiler supplying central heating and instant hot water.
From the entrance hall, a carpeted staircase rises to the landing which is a horseshoe shape with a side aspect double glazed window with leaded detail and coloured glass. The landing has a carpet and picture rail and access to some loft storage space.
Bedroom 1 4.75m (15'7) x 3.61m (11'10)
Situated to the rear of the house this is an excellent sized double room with a large double glazed window to the side aspect. The room has a picture rail and double radiator, a built-in wardrobe cupboard and further built-in shelved cupboard. There is a fitted carpet.
Bedroom 2 3.45m (11'4) x 3.38m (11'1)
This bright room has three windows including a corner window to give maximum light to the room. Each of these windows are double glazed and there is a range of fitted bedroom furniture to include a double wardrobe, overhead lockers and a further double wardrobe and adjacent dressing unit with numerous sets of drawers and a cupboard. The room has a picture hanging rail and fitted carpet.
Bedroom 3 2.51m (8'3) x 2.13m (7')
Located to the front of the house, this is a single bedroom with a corner double glazed window, a fitted carpet and a fitted double wardrobe with small bedside table and set of drawers. This room also has a telephone connection point and a single panel radiator.
Shower Room 2.57m (8'5) x 1.83m (6')
This good sized room currently has an over sized shower enclosure that has fully tiled surrounding walls and an independent shower and glass shower screen with chrome fittings, but could easily be returned to a bath. There is a pedestal wash hand basin, slate tile effect vinyl flooring and a double glazed opaque pane window to the rear. The shower room has a radiator and a large airing cupboard with slatted drying shelves and a heated towel rail.
WC 1.75m (5'9) x .86m (2'10)
Standing adjacent to the shower room there is a low level flush WC, a radiator and side aspect opaque pane double glazed window as well as slate effect vinyl flooring.
Garage 5.49m (18'0) x 2.69m (8'10)
This is a solid brick built detached garage with double doors at the front and a pedestrian door at the rear with a window onto the back garden. There is plenty of eaves storage and light and power. Currently there is a vent for the tumble dryer and a small work area.
Undoubtedly one of the major features of this property are the attractive front and rear gardens that face west and east respectively. The front garden stands behind a stone wall with additional natural screening. To either side are privet hedges and the main area of garden is a shaped lawn with particularly well stocked surrounding flower borders hosting a variety of plants, shrubs and roses. A block paved path leads to the covered front door and continues to the rear garden. To the other side is a brick block paved drive providing off road parking and leading to the detached garage. Between the house and the garage a garden gate gives access via another block path to the rear garden. Extending to approximately 65 feet and with an excellent width of about 45 feet. The majority of garden is currently laid with two areas of lawn both of which are surrounded by flowerbeds with a wide variety plants, shrubs and flowers. Fruit trees include and apple and a plum and there is natural privet hedging to each of the boundaries. Behind the dining room is a block paved patio, a greenhouse and a sheltered area behind the garage. There is external courtesy lighting.
EPC Efficiency
The current rating is E - 52 and the potential rating is B - 81
Council Tax Band C
Local Authority: Broxtowe Borough Council
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