Property ID : mudeford
Sold £400,000 - House
A unique opportunity to purchase a red brick, mid 19th century character cottage which lies within the Mudeford conservation area, offering three double bedrooms, a large lounge / dining room, good size gardens and is superbly located within a short walk to Mudeford Quay & Avon beach.
A part glazed front door leads into the enclosed entrance porch where a further glazed door leads through to the entrance hall.
From the hallway there’s a staircase rising up to the first floor accommodation, under stairs storage cupboard, doors lead off into the ground floor cloakroom, living room and kitchen.
The cloakroom has a wc, wash hand basin and a boiler is mounted onto the wall.
The living / dining room is of a superb size and benefits from double aspect windows to the front and rear, the living area has a feature sandstone fireplace with an inset ‘Living Flame’ gas fire, from the dining area there are UPVC double glazed casement doors opening out to the rear garden.
The spacious kitchen has a good range of wall mounted and floor standing units which are surmounted by roll top work surfaces, there’s an inset 4 burner gas hob with an extractor hood above, built in electric oven, inset stainless steel sink unit with mixer taps and a side drainer, space and plumbing for a washing machine and dishwasher, a large walk in pantry has shelving, access out to the side of the property is via a UPVC double glazed casement door.
The first floor landing has a hatch up to the loft space, a large airing cupboard houses the hot water cylinder and has shelving, doors lead from the landing into the bedrooms and wet room.
Bedrooms one, two and three are all good sized double rooms with bedroom one benefitting from built in wardrobes. The wet room is of a good size, has fully tiled walls, shower area with an electric shower system, low flush wc and wash hand basin.
The property stands on a generous plot, the rear garden has been mainly laid to paving for ease of maintenance with raised brick borders which are displaying a colourful variety of plants and mature shrubs, there’s a good sized greenhouse, double opening timber gates open out to Pauntley Road where areas’ of parking can be found.
The front garden is enclosed by picket fencing and has been mainly laid to lawn with front and side borders displaying a colouful range of plants and shrubs.
The potential to improve / extend S.T.P.P on this characterful home is endless, older style properties within this area are seldom available so early viewing is strongly advised.
EPC Rating : T.B.C | Council Tax : D | To Book Your Viewing, Call : 01425 277 000
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