This handsome Victorian terrace property is located in a popular conservation area, within a level walk of the town centre, and just a stones throw away from the train station and the trendy Station Approach, with its array of restaurants, fishmonger and a bakery. The property is also just a short walk away from good local schools. The character and charm of the property starts as soon as you arrive at the door! Entering through a stunning stained glass front door, you arrive in the hallway; it boasts original floorboards and leads through to the open plan living/dining room. These rooms are flooded with light due to a dual aspect and offers many period and character features, including picture rails, original fireplace, bay window and stripped wooden floors. Beyond you will find a spacious kitchen, also with room for a dining table, this in turn leads to the utility room, W.C and useful storeroom. This storeroom offers all sorts of potential for a lovely kitchen extension or home office.
On the first floor you will find three double bedrooms with the largest of these benefiting from a bay window and feature fireplace, all are very light and offer painted wooden floorboards. There is also a family bathroom on this floor. On the second floor you will find the master bedroom, again with painted wooden floor, built-in wardrobe and dual aspect. This large room offers the potential to add an ensuite.
The property occupies an elevated position and offers a small front garden with mature shrubs and trees. The main garden lies to the rear and is divided into a number of sections, these include an area of lawn, patio, raised beds and a shed. The garden is mature and as a result, it is a very private sunny space. There is a rear gate that leads you on to Wallbridge Avenue.
EPC - E, Council Tax Band - C, Services - Mains electricity, Mains gas, Mains water, Mains drainage